The Creed

Saints Run for Hope: Terry Fox Run 2018

Saints Run for Hope: Terry Fox Run 2018

Christopher Ma, Section Head, Residential Life

September 25, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Cancer is a disease that has plagued humankind for generations, affecting millions of people every year. On April 2nd, 1980, a 22-year-old young adult who suffered from osteogenic sarcoma (bone cancer) with a goal of raising funds to cure cancer, began a long Marathon of Hope across Canada. He began...

iPhones or R.I.Phones?

iPhones or R.I.Phones?

Tom Xu, Staff Writer

September 21, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

In between the academic and co-curricular activities at St. George’s School, students often take out their mobile phones and check on news updates, sports or chat with friends. However, on September 12th, this habit seems a bit different because of the annual Apple Special Event where Apple unveils...

Macbeth Murders Grade 11s Socks Off

Macbeth Murders Grade 11s Socks Off

Kilian Fung, Staff Writer

September 20, 2018


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Bard on the Beach productions has gained a prestigious reputation of being a spectacular outlet for Shakespearean performances. Thousands of residents around the Greater Vancouver area flock to the main stage every single year, the English 11 students were no different. On September 10,11, the stu...

5 Years On: How Has Grade 7 Changed

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June 6, 2018


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In the summer of 2013 the Grade 7 neighborhood underwent a compete overhaul aimed at making classrooms “21st century learning” friendly. However, the changes made also include a rebuilding of the grade 7 neighborhood. Over all the changes have alerted the culture of the grade 7’s away from the co...

Trips and Tours Make for Unforgettable experiences

Aden Gill, Staff Writer

May 31, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

When Seniors reminisce about their time in St. George's, past trips and tours are often found to be highlights of their time here. Whether it be a trip to Guatemala for service, Montreal for Ultimate, or New York for Model United Nations, many boys have found themselves on a trip with the school...

Lee on Rivalry: It’s All Just a Part of the Game

Lee on Rivalry: It’s All Just a Part of the Game

David Guo, Junior Photographer

May 31, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports, Student Life

The cameras click on, the parents pack the neighbourhood full with SUVs, and the kids rush into the gymnasium hoping for a front row view of Vancouver’s own March Madness. There’s no denying it: the season is upon us. The two way rivalry between St. George’s School and Vancouver College has...

How has the Junior School building changed over the years?

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Max Rolfe, Staff Writer

May 31, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

It’s nearing the end of the year at St.George’s School and also nearing the end of our grade 11-12 Journalism class. Our class has been tasked with one last final project. That project is to find and investigate a topic. I was struggling to think of anything to investigate and write about that I found in...

Rise in Prices: The Hidden Costs at the Saints Cafe

Samuel Chen and Samir Dattani

May 31, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Four years ago, a delicious chocolate chip cookie at the Saints Café costed 50 cents. Today, the price of the same cookie is $1. In recent years, the prices of cookies along with other products at the Saints Café have risen at the displeasure of the Saints student body. The real question is: why? ...

Littering and Food Waste at St. George’s — Are there solutions?

Littering and Food Waste at St. George’s — Are there solutions?

Jay Luo, Staff Writer, Head of News

May 31, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

In February 2017, Principal Jennifer Leighton of Granite Bay High School in California placed a ban on food deliveries in the public high school. Instead of dashing to the dining hall to line up during lunch, students now resort to pulling out their smartphones to summon a courier from the popular deli...

The Hounds of Spring

The Hounds of Spring

Ben Steiner, Sports Editor

May 7, 2018


Filed under A&E, Showcase, Student Life

On April 26th, the Saint’s music department had their largest evening of the year. “The Hounds of Spring” showcased the talents of the junior and senior concert bands, as well as the junior and senior jazz ensembles. Of the three shows in the year, the spring show has always been the most p...