The Creed

My Conversation With the Tiger (Parents)

November 2, 2020

It was 9:30 p.m., and Vancouver, like most Canadian cities, was falling into a graceful slumber. Ms. Xu stood as a silhouette under the dim street lights waiting for her son, Jack, who was having his pre-calculus...

Is Our Student Body the Most Right-Wing in Vancouver?

October 31, 2020

On Wednesday, October 21st, students at St. George’s School had one of their rare interactions with the Canadian political process. Ballot boxes for the 2020 CIVIX BC Student Vote sat in Wallace Gym...

My Time at The Creed

My Time at The Creed
April 17, 2019

My time at The Creed has been eventful and has been an experience I never imagined having when I began my high school career. Since the third grade I have been interested in journalism, and even at...

WhiteSpot: Will the Heart of BC Last?

WhiteSpot: Will the Heart of BC Last?
March 14, 2019

When one steps into a WhiteSpot restaurant, a sense of belonging and companionship should instantly surge through them like a shock. I certainly felt this when my family and I slid into the Kerrisdale...

I Want to Love It, But It Won’t Let Me – A Review of Water St. Café

I Want to Love It, But It Won't Let Me - A Review of Water St. Café
March 14, 2019

VANCOUVER - Standing opposite the famed Gastown Steam Clock, The Water Street Cafe has an enviable location in a heritage building among the cobblestone streets of one of Vancouver’s storied neighbourhoods....

The School Store- A Complex View

School Store
May 31, 2018

            At St. George’s School, many consider the school store to be an issue for many reasons. Through discussions with fellow students...

Is St. George’s Attractive to Teachers?

May 31, 2018

Situated on the west side of Vancouver, St. George’s school has been ranked as one of BC’s top employers since 2014. The school employs over 200 teachers and many more staff. All of whom come...

Larceny and Old Lace – Worth A Watch?

Photographed by the Georgian
April 10, 2018

The first showing of “Larceny and Old Lace” started Thursday, March 8th, 2018 at St. George’s School. The play, is an adaptation of Arsenic and Old lace, a crime film from the 1940’s. This play...

Death of the Olympics? Reconsidering the Value of Hosting the Olympics.

The Opening Ceremonies of the Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics
February 25, 2018

Hosting the Olympics has always been an honour. The sight of enormous grandstands, the best athletes in the world and the patriotic crowds present a prestigious sense of accomplishment for host cities....


February 16, 2018

Everyday at noon all activity at St. Georges stops as students and even some teachers get out their phones to participate in the latest fad. HQ trivia is a game in which everyday at 12pm and 6pm hundreds...

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