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WhiteSpot: Will the Heart of BC Last?

WhiteSpot: Will the Heart of BC Last?

Jeevan Thiruchittampalam, Guest Writer

March 14, 2019


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

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 location just last Sunday. Two lovely hostesses greeted us with warm smiles and friendly jokes....

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

Derek Wu, Staff Writer

March 14, 2019


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

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. No doubt, founder Dominique Sabatino saw the potential for a successful little restaurant when...

The Echo Episode 2

The Echo Episode 2

Christopher Ma, Head of Media

March 8, 2019


Filed under Showcase, The Echo

The second episode of “The Echo.” Featuring interview with Mr Gary Kern regarding his soccer career as well as a discussion regarding stress from grades from Creed Staff Chris and Tom. Follow the link below and enjoy! https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-uxs2g-a91b94

Chiller Diller 2019

Chiller Diller 2019

Ben Steiner, Editor-in-Chief

February 28, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

For the third straight year, St. George’s students celebrated “Chiller Diller day.” Three years ago Arshan Bains, alongside the rest of the community and connections committee organized the inaugural day. Originally, the day was aimed to provide a break for students in the most stressful ti...

The Echo Episode 1

The Echo Episode 1

Ben Steiner, Editor-in-Chief

February 26, 2019


Filed under Showcase, The Echo

The premiere episode of "The Echo." Featuring interviews with Hayden Jackson speaking about the upcoming middle school play "The Coward," followed by Jai Chagaini on the recent Global Stewardship Conference, and the episode is finished off with Miles Bolton sharing his experience on the hockey teams...

Disconnect to Reconnect: Tech Detox Week

Disconnect to Reconnect: Tech Detox Week

Christopher Ma, Head of Media

February 21, 2019


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

  Whether it be for work, entertainment or merely expanding our knowledge, technology has become an essential aspect of our daily lives. However, this is not without negative consequences. Recently, a Common Sense Media poll found that 50% of teens in the US claimed that they "feel addicted"...

Another Year of Hamper Drive Success!

Another Year of Hamper Drive Success!

Brian Kim, Staff Writer

January 31, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

The 2018 Hamper drive was a tremendous success with over 250 hampers delivered on December 21st. and 22nd. However, the project wouldn’t have been so successful without the help from many student volunteers, parents, faculty, staff and various sponsors. The hard work and dedication put into the project...

Last Day of School Highlights

Tom Xu, Staff Writer

January 31, 2019


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

  On December 20th, St. George’s School welcomed its last day of instruction in 2018, and many members of the school were excited about the three-week break. The majority of the Saints community planned to spend their break travelling outside of the country to places such as Mexico, U...

An Evening of Jazz – The Best Way to Spend a January Night

An Evening of Jazz – The Best Way to Spend a January Night

Derek Wu, Staff Writer

January 31, 2019


Filed under A&E, News, Showcase

What better way is there to spend a cold and rainy January night, than settling in for a cozy, relaxing jazz concert? On the night of Friday, January 18th, the St. George’s Music Department presented its annual January concert, An Evening of Jazz. Led by Dr. Markel and Mr. Murray, the jazz e...

St. Georges Brings Home Gold

St. Georges Brings Home Gold

Brian Kim, Staff Writer

November 7, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

VANCOUVER -The St. George’s varsity soccer team travelled to New Brunswick on October. 8th to compete in the annual CAIS tournament. It was an extremely competitive environment as every team wanted to bring home the national title; however, Saints came out victorious. In the end, Saint’s midfielder...