Review of “The Outsiders” by S.E. Hinton Calais Solis – Grade 8 Summary The Outsiders starts off in the city of Tulsa, focusing on a young man, Ponyboy and his Greaser-gang. … Continue reading Book Review: The Outsiders
Written By: Aurora Cåmpiøn Lies Are Bad. Mama’s good boy never lies, Let truth be heart, villainy dies. Straightens his shoulders, rises his eyes, Fairest judge of black and white. Years gone by, perception grows, Patches of grey stain his … Continue reading A Small Lie
By G.L. Aster Rustling beneath my skirts, my shoes tapped out a neat rhythm on the cobblestones beneath my feet. Left right left right. Heel–toe–heel–toe. I kept my head lowered demurely, hands folded neatly in front, not straying from the … Continue reading The Weeping Cherry Tree
by Eric Davenport On July the 1st, 1867, the fathers of Confederation united four British colonies in hopes of establishing a democratic government. Six provinces, three territories, and a hundred and forty-eight years later, that democracy has sadly been overtaken by a more … Continue reading A Lament for Canadian Democracy
IN OR OUT: WHO WILL MAKE THE PLAYOFFS? By Steven Hu The regular hockey season is coming to an end, and while some teams have their golden ticket for a shot at the Stanley Cup, other teams are making … Continue reading IN FOCUS: In or Out: Who Will Make the Playoffs?
Heartbeat By: QueenChaos I seem to have a problem; and this is what it is. I seem to be falling. Not literally, since that would be quite fine. At least, that would be better than the falling I’m doing now. … Continue reading Heartbeat
By Brubek Coltrane Jason stared at the flickering lights in front of him. All sorts of readings and displays danced before his eyes. Floating around the communications and sciences module, were several loose components and tools, but in terms of … Continue reading Remnants | 2