by Eric Davenport There is something eerie about the Vancouver Canucks, as if, come playoff time, some uncanny, omnipresent sense of unescapable defeat continuously weighs down upon our beloved team. On Saturday night, the Canucks blew a three-goal lead to … Continue reading The Esposito Curse
Once again, the Canucks failed to live up to high expectations. They were defeated by their division rival, the Calgary Flames early in the first round. What hurts the most about this loss was that the Canucks had dominated the … Continue reading IN FOCUS: How Did Calgary Pull off the Upset?
Clarity: a summer evening. Pale darkness, clear air—that scent of wet water from recent rain and lawn sprinklers, of wet grass. The soft hissing of sprinklers. The soft hissing of the weak fountain sprouts in the big pool. A full … Continue reading Summer Evening
The waves Crashing, breaking, caving The sand Drying, moulding, cracking The children Laughing, yelling, playing The lovers Kissing, walking, cuddling The polluters Smoking, throwing, drinking The broken hearted Crashing, breaking, caving The sad Crashing, breaking, caving The lost Crashing Breaking … Continue reading Waves
Written By Malika A. Infographic by Emily H. Because I’m invisible— I must toil tirelessly in the terribly untrusting sun. Because I’m invisible— I have no choice but to become a slave to everyone else’s needs. Because I’m invisible— I have … Continue reading Because I’m Invisible
Harry awoke floating upside down, surprisingly, for the most part, unharmed. The gravity generators were offline, and slowly, as his vision came back to him, he saw that there were others who were less than lucky. At least three were … Continue reading Remnants | 4
This past November, 18 senior school students received exciting news that they had been given the opportunity to partake in the Spring Break service trip, in partnership with Outreach360. Week by week, this group and three dedicated teachers (Ms. Logher, … Continue reading Where We’ve Been: Dominican Republic Service Trip 2014-2015
Coffee Night Recap by Maddy C It was a full house and the venue got incredibly hot, incredibly quickly. Coffee Night is where people can share their talents to a very intimate setting and audience. The acts ranged from singing, monologues … Continue reading Rapid Fire Recap: Coffee Night
By: Asha I look out my window past the trees, past the buildings and past the mountains; all I see is blue skies. When I was little that would excite me because I knew my mom would let me go … Continue reading Is Facebook Our Friend Or Big Brother?
Drafting quarterbacks is not easy. This position is hard to evaluate and no matter what, it is always a high risk pick. However, this position is essential for a team to succeed. Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston are the highest … Continue reading IN FOCUS: Marcus Mariota or Jameis Winston?