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Larceny and Old Lace – Worth A Watch?

Larceny and Old Lace – Worth A Watch?

Max Rolfe, Staff Writer

April 10, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Student Life

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 is directed as a clever and well-crafted spoof of the theatre classic. Walking into the school on...

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

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

Tony Li, Staff Writer

February 25, 2018


Filed under Opinions, What's Trending

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. However, it appears that this prestige is no longer enough to attract bids to host the Olympics from ...

HQMania

HQMania

Louis Sujir, The Sports Writer

February 16, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

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 of thousands of people compete in a live trivia gameshow for a chance to win a share of the prize...

Dear Sports Franchises, It’s About Time.

Samuel Chen, Staff Writer

February 14, 2018


Filed under News, Opinions, Sports, What's Trending

  Recently, the Cleveland Indians announced that their infamous Chief Wahoo logo - a smiling cartoon of an indigenous chief - is going to be retired in the upcoming 2019 baseball season. This action finally takes place after decades of disagreement, protests, and backlash. Though many news anch...

Culinary Art and Flavourful Precision at Glowbal Restaurant

Culinary Art and Flavourful Precision at Glowbal Restaurant

Tony Li, Staff Writer

February 8, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

Vancouver’s new Glowbal restaurant declares itself to be “big, bold, and unapologetically chaotic.” Since its opening at the end of August in Telus Garden, the latest addition to the Glowbal Restaurant Group has established itself as one of the premier destinations for fine dining in Vancouver. Glowbal...

A Glowing Glowbal Experience

A Glowing Glowbal Experience

Christopher Ma, Staff Writer

February 6, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

Location: 590 West Georgia St, Vancouver BC (TELUS Garden) Price: $40 for one person (Dine Out Menu) Phone #: (604) 602-0835 Rating: ★★★☆☆   When it comes to good food, Downtown Vancouver is definitely the place to be. From fast food restaurants such as Five Guys, t...

Paying Student Athletes: A Student Perspective on the Controversy

Paying Student Athletes: A Student Perspective on the Controversy

David Guo, Staff Writer

November 15, 2017


Filed under News, Opinions, Sports

The NCAA’s relationship with college athletes has always been rooted in bitter hypocrisies, with its routine scandals over the years sounding almost quaint; coming, as they do, from a billion-dollar non-profit organization whose majority of players “live under the poverty line.” Nevertheless, people all around the world – students, alumni, and left-wing politicians ...

The Meaning of Thanksgiving: Why Holidays Are Losing Their Purpose

The Meaning of Thanksgiving: Why Holidays Are Losing Their Purpose

Tony Li, Staff Writer

October 12, 2017


Filed under Opinions, What's Trending

What comes to your mind when you think of Thanksgiving? Most people think of turkey dinners, pumpkin pies, and football games as things that make up Thanksgiving. When Canadian Governor Vincent Massey proclaimed in 1957 "A Day of General Thanksgiving to Almighty God for the bountiful harvest with...

MAD in the Battle for Korean Stability

MAD in the Battle for Korean 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, not by alliance deterrence, nor the words of denunciation from just about anybody. North Korea’s most recent rhetorics suggest it's willing and capable of launching nuclear first-strikes...

Aboriginal Curriculum in B.C High Schools

Aboriginal Curriculum in B.C High Schools

Liam Solomon, Staff Writer

October 11, 2017


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

A new phenomenon racing across B.C high schools is the addition of First Peoples History and Culture based curriculum. In 2015, it was announced that Aboriginal related studies will be part of the grade 8 and 9 English and Social Studies curriculum for the 2016-2017 school year. In 2018, grades 10 and...