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  • Fashion Forward Spring 2016

    As we usher in spring-summer 2016 hottest trends such as negligees, magpie, and Bohemia, let’s not forget shimmer, lace, prints and embellishments. Designers such as Balenciaga, Roberto Cavalli, Alberta Ferretti, Prada, and Valentino unveiled this year’s spring-summer fashion. With gender duality in mind, Pantone unveiled the colours of the year, Serenity and Rose Quartz. All-white,…

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  • Students and Stress

    Stress is a term that we hear more and more often. Unfortunately, stress is not limited to adults. Students and children can also become victims of stress. Students spend quite a bit of their day at schools and as a result, teachers and staff may observe certain behaviours that may suggest your child is stressed.…

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  • Sex Ed in Schools

    It is the hope of this educator that the safety, health (physical and mental), and well-being of all students are being addressed in rich and dignified ways that not only honours and is sensitive to parental concerns, but ultimately prepares and equips our students for an ever changing world of tomorrow. It is as an…

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  • The Squad Initiation

    I walked out the door for another day of what seems to be a long hard year of high school. It’s not the classes that I think are hard, but my social ‘position’/‘rank’ at school.  There is this one group of girls who are very popular, swag, and let’s say well known in school. Pretty…

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  • A Simple Penny on Playing Card Experiment

    Born on January 4, 1643, in the United Kingdom, Sir Isaac Newton, philosopher, astronomer, mathematician and physicist remains one of the greatest science minds that ever existed. In 1687, Newton published what has been called the greatest influential book on physics, Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica. Newton died on March 31, 1727 in London. During his…

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  • Managing Life’s Stresses

    Our lives teeter between an unrelenting whirlwind of chaotic demands and unending and merciless torrent of unreasonable requests. Our lives consist of insatiable, forever wanting offspring to at times uncompromising spouses. Our lives dance to the whip of uncompromising taskmasters while we cower in fear from relentless hordes of collectors and never ending obligations. The…

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  • Remember Me?

    If I ever have to have a past, I'd prefer it to be multiple choice. Will you remember me like a God? Will you forget me like a fly on the wall? The people in white tell me, "There's nothing wrong with you." But you and I both know that there's plenty wrong with me.…

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  • Sapphire Eyes

    Why do I feel loved inside the hurricane? I am the kite you see in the sky, trying to escape from all real reasons. For all I need is to fall into your eyes… into the fire… into the wild and somehow all is right with the world. For the flame that once burned is…

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  • The Rainbow Butterfly

    There was once a sad butterfly. It stayed in the garden all day. One day a little boy went to the garden. The butterfly was very happy. He thought the little boy would play with him but he didn’t. The little boy did not see the butterfly. The little boy picked a flower and went…

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