When most people think of a party they think of loud music, crowds, maybe some dancing, altogether a good time. Unfortunately not every party is one to be celebrated.
This term, all of the Grade...[more]
Some people feel the need to take care of things – living things. It’s a motherly or fatherly instinct that passes over some people and manifests itself in others; some are content with the only life...[more]
Bovine phobia. For any student or staff who attended Air Band last year, they understand the implications of that statement. For those who do not, a brief explanation is in order.
It’s still November but already the campus has begun to glow at night with Christmas lights; there are illuminated trees and some houses have already been decorated. The joviality of the Christmas...[more]
Though the irritating heavens have stubbornly refused to bestow the campus with snow (except for tantalizing us with a 5.6673 second “snow fall” one morning last week, where flimsy “snowflakes”...[more]
As many of you have already noticed, winter has decorated our small island town with a thin coat of snow. It is only a matter of time until the real winter is upon us. It’s rumored that this will be...[more]
The bold ram of Privett House wears his festive hat this month, a symbol of the great unity between Privett and Hope as the two houses came together this past weekend to celebrate the approaching...[more]
Communication nowadays is so effortless: there’s text, email, Skype, Facebook – the list is endless. But no matter how many gizmos are whipped out every second of every day, nothing has managed to...[more]
Last year, students in my two AP English classes were sent adrift into international waters and tasked to respond to the Commonwealth essay competition. When I submitted my favourites in January, I...[more]