Mr. Neil Bryant is the new chemistry, model UN and debate teacher, and general knowledge enthusiast on campus. He is also the Assistant House Parent in Rogers and he coaches volleyball.
Last weekend the SAC hosted the annual Halloween dance. Mrs. Quinton, SAC sponsor and Sarah Pailin look alike, writes of the event:
The dance was a howl and lots of pictures were taken. Asha U...[more]
"If you like what you see, write a letter”: this was the way the Koksilah hike started, “Write a letter”, Ms. Richardson says, “Because they’re cutting it all down”. Before we even reach the parking...[more]
It is 2 am and I have never been so awake.
On Sunday 16th, the Steps Ahead dancers, led by Ms. Lorraine Blake, Brentwood’s Head of Dance, dedicated their heart and soul to Amelie McLean, who has...[more]
There is one place at Brentwood that is always serene. It is not the calm of the waterfront, which is often interrupted by the shouts of rowers. It is not the gym, which constantly produces the...[more]
For some people, going in canoes in bad weather for two and a half hours, then sleeping under a tarp with just a sleeping bag and a sleeping pad was a bad thing, and they didn’t like it at all. For...[more]
Science teacher, advisor, dedicated mom, and juggler extraordinaire, ladies and gentleman: Ms. Susanna Cheung was born in Hong Kong but immigrated to Calgary at the age of six months. This Alberta...[more]
A hallmark of the October atmosphere can be heard in line for dinner in Crooks Hall, between people who don’t really know each other as they sit in the plastic chairs in the Health Center waiting...[more]
I don’t know about you, but I for one require a few creature comforts in life—I like my heating central, my water hot and cold and running freely, and my cookies freshly baked and ready to pick up at...[more]