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5-Minute Hamlet

Mar 12, '15

While reading Hamlet, I often contemplated Shakespeare’s state of mind. How unsatisfied the man must have been, to write a play with such a frustrating protagonist. Hamlet, spends five acts talking about what he should be doing, and doing what he shouldn’t. And we, as a class studying Shakespeare, are studying what we should and doing what we...

Celebrating Freedom to Read Week

Feb 26, '15

Students stopped short at the library door this week when they saw the bright yellow caution tape draped across the door. What's going on? Are we allowed in? These were some of the reactions to our display marking Banned Books Week, as it is known south of the border. Their consternation was palpable. Banned Books Week is an annual event...

Collis and the Cardinal

Feb 04, '15

Last Thursday, Mr. Paul Collis, Head of English, Steeler Faithful, Soccer Coach, Senior Privett Man, and teacher extraordinaire, received recognition from Stanford University for his superb pedagogy. Paul was nominated by Stanford Freshman Sarah Manney, Alex ’15 for his “passionate instruction”. Congratulations to Paul on inspiring a Cardinal to...

Our Values have Lost Value

Dec 14, '14

The following text won the Grade 12 Fabrications Speech contest. Read on and you'll discover why. We live in a world with movie stars, All-Stars and World Star. Looking back to where we start, it seems like we have come so far. We all aspire to be part of the high life; A life of swag and luxury with the major highlights Being a fancy...

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