The Student Voice of St. George's School

The Creed

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
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 ...

An Update From the University Counseling Department

An Update From the University Counseling Department

Dennis Wang, Staff Writer
March 2
Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

As we enter into term three, the grade 11 and 12s of the school are busy discovering their plans of life after Saints. The Grads this year have applied far and wide, in an “unprecedented” diversity of exploration. They are applying for programs all over the world, in new places such as Holland,...

Alley Outreach: another successful day

Alley Outreach: another successful day

Adam Radcliffe, Editor in Chief
March 1
Filed under News, Student Life, Video

On Saturday, February 25th, St. George’s, in coordination with Alley Outreach, embarked on their second hand-out of the year. I got to the school at 10:00am and with Jack, Johnny, Koshi and Ms. Konopaki we quickly got to work on organizing all the donations and food. In the hour following, we sorted ...

Richard Ivey Case Competition

Richard Ivey Case Competition

Sandy Fogarassy, Opinion's Section Editor
February 23
Filed under News, Showcase

This past weekend, students from the St. George’s senior school, and from across Canada, competed in the annual Richard Ivey business competition. Students are split off into groups and given a real-world situation, where they then need to come up with a plausible solution to the problem. After...

Poetry In Voice: The 5th Anniversary

Poetry In Voice: The 5th Anniversary

Trevor Li, Layout Editor
January 28
Filed under A&E, News, Showcase

This past Tuesday saw the 5th Annual St. George’s Poetry In Voice competition. 60 boys, each chosen as the best performers in their classes, gathered in Mclean Hall ready to perform their recitals. Poetry In Voice has somewhat become a tradition at St. George’s – a poetry memorisation and recita...

Each One Teach One – Windermere

Each One Teach One – Windermere

Nolan Lee, Sports Editor
December 13
Filed under News, Showcase

The Each One Teach One (EOTO) mentor-ship program pairs a grade 11 or 12 St. George’s student with a student from Windermere, Alder Wood, or Seymour. Every two to three weeks there are various activities. The program was first introduced to Saints in 2001 Mr. Brian Lee. Since then the program ...

This Hasn’t Happened in Five Years

This Hasn’t Happened in Five Years

Trevor Li, Staff Writer
December 7
Filed under News, Residential Life, Showcase, Sports, What's Trending

The Battle of Harker Hall is an annual basketball game where a team of boarding students face off the house parents. It is attended by all members of the boarding community (and often some esteemed guests as well). The 2016/17 game took place on the evening of Tuesday, December 6th, and marks the 7th ga...

Vancouver Gets Ready For A White Winter

Vancouver Gets Ready For A White Winter

Tommy Kuo, Staff Writer
December 4
Filed under News, Showcase

After its two-year hiatus, snow is finally returning to Vancouver. According to Environment Canada's weather forecast, the city will see "flurries or rain showers" tonight as the cold arctic air arrives, and snowfall later in the week.

Read more »

Tradition praised at Annual Georgian Games

Tradition praised at Annual Georgian Games

Jay McCauley, Staff Writer
November 29
Filed under News, Sports

On Friday, November 11th, the Old Boys’ Association held their Annual Georgian Games. This event follows the Remembrance Day Ceremony and Georgian Annual General Meeting. This year, there were close to 40 participants on the rugby pitch, 30 on the soccer pitch, and more than a dozen on the basket...

Think Twice Before Hitting Send

Think Twice Before Hitting Send

Trevor Li, Staff Writer
November 25
Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

The rise of prominent social media platforms has resulted in drastic changes to the way society functions. In a world where many students have some form of a social media account, poor decisions are just a click away. Jesse Miller is a social media awareness educator who has given talks on this field...