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Being Canadian in an American school

BY: STACEY BULMER What does it mean to be Canadian? It means knowing God Save the Queen and the Canadian National Anthem by heart. Keeping up with what’s going on in Parliament. Knowing what RCMP and OPP stand for. Knowing French as a second – or, in my case, third – language. Knowing who the […]

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Ignorance is not bliss

BY: KYNDAL NICHOLS “Religion that is pure and undefiled before God, the Father, is this: to visit orphans and widows in their affliction, and to keep oneself unstained from the world.” James 1:27 Caring for the orphans and the widows. One short phrase. Is this optional? I think not. As a Christ follower, He has […]

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Ask Polu: How should a senior approach senioritis?

BY: BYEONG (POLU) HOON YOO How should a senior approach senioritis? David and Goliath, senior and senioritis, is there a difference? Not really. The battle consists of attitude. If one recalls the battle between David and Goliath, David was the puny little human that seemed to have no chance of winning; however, he had faith […]

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How to Avoid frustrating the opposite sex

BY: HEATHER MALOY 1. Asking the same questions “Are you mad at me?” –a common question asked toward the opposite sex. One time? Not so bad. Six times? Bad. No one wants to hear the same question over and over, especially if the question has already been answered. The more questions one asks, the more […]

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