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Mutually-Assured Destruction Resurfaces as an option for the US, in the Battle for Korean Regional Stability

Mutually-Assured Destruction Resurfaces as an option for the US, in the Battle for Korean Regional Stability

David Guo, Staff Writer

October 11, 2017


Filed under News, Opinions

Kim Jong-un is sending a message that could hardly be any clearer. He will not be stopped, not by sanctions, nor the quaint words of denunciation from just about anybody. North Korea’s recent rhetoric suggests it’s willing and capable in launching nuclear first-strikes on South Korea, Japan, and...

Meet The Teacher Night – September 19th 2017

Meet The Teacher Night – September 19th 2017

Max Rolfe, Staff Writer

September 27, 2017


Filed under News

On September 19th, parents had the opportunity to go to St. George’s School, located at 4175 W. 29th Avenue in Vancouver to meet their son’s teachers and advisors. The event put together by the Associate Principal, Mr. Collins, The IT Department, Catering and St.George’s Security took place between 6:0...

Aboriginal Reconciliation Remains On Canada’s Agenda

Aboriginal Reconciliation Remains On Canada’s Agenda

Tommy Kuo, Co-Editor in Chief

June 15, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

Aboriginals in Canada have experienced maltreatment and discrimination that were institutionalized by the early European colonists, the introduction of the Indian Act and the establishment of the Residential School system being some examples. The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms was passed...

Should you Send your Child to Private School?

Should you Send your Child to Private School?

Michael Hua, Nolan Lee, Staff Writer

June 7, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

In a world where practically everything is advancing, getting a post-secondary education is extremely important if one wants to lead a successful career path. Unfortunately, getting admitted into universities and post-secondary institutions has become harder than ever before. The required high sch...

BC Election Update

BC Election Update

Jay McCauley, Social Media Co-ordinator

May 15, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

The BC election officially started on April 11th, 2017. There were 87 seats up for grabs, an increase from the previous 85 seats. Incumbent Premier Christy Clark of the BC Liberal Party, John Horgan of the BC NDP, and Andrew Weaver of the BC Green Party were all vying to form government, with the latter...

Is Technology a Good thing or a Bad thing?

Is Technology a Good thing or a Bad thing?

Michael Hua

May 5, 2017


Filed under News, Opinions, Showcase

Our world as young and growing students is changing faster than ever before in every aspect; the way in which we communicate with others and learn in the classroom has gone from simple forms into complex technological ones. In retrospect, technology does reap several benefits that are essential in helping...

CAIS Rugby Championship

CAIS Rugby Championship

Adam Radcliffe, Editor in Chief

May 1, 2017


Filed under News, Sports

On Wednesday, April 19th, the senior boy’s rugby team departed from YVR airport. Their destination: Ottawa, to play in the CAIS national championship. The team arrived in Ottawa at 6:00pm and immediately went to their first practice. On Friday the boys played their first game against Sacred Heart Scho...

Canadian Teams Battle for the Cup Once Again

Canadian Teams Battle for the Cup Once Again

Isaac Dorner, Staff Writer

April 26, 2017


Filed under News, Sports, What's Trending

Heavy rain pounded down on the excited crowd that had snaked around the sports bars where the playoff games were being shown. The bar was filled with a rainbow of colours supporting their favourite teams. Minutes before the puck dropped, fans were screaming encouragements for their favourite teams. The...

A Typical (But not so typical) Vancouver April

A Typical (But not so typical) Vancouver April

Sandy Fogarassy, Opinion's Section Editor

April 18, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

The spring of 2017 has brought about plenty of rain to the metro Vancouver area. On top of an already late snowfall, the amount of rain the city has received is breaking long-standing records. The month of March took off with over 200 millimetres of precipitation, upwards of the 115 millimetre average...

University of Puget Sound Band Trip: An Interview With Mr. Rnic

University of Puget Sound Band Trip: An Interview With Mr. Rnic

Dennis Wang, Staff Writer

March 10, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase, Video

From February 23rd to 25th, 80 musicians of the St. George’s School Senior Band were at the University of Puget Sound (UPS) in Tacoma, Washington. The school band was invited to perform at the university by Dr. Gerard Morris, the UPS Director of Music. Since first meeting the SGS Band at the 2014 ...