The Creed

North-South Korea relations after the Winter Olympics

The 22 athletes from North Korea during the 2018 Winter Olympics opening ceremony.

David Guo, Junior Photographer & Videographer

April 6, 2018

The historic moment of unity that brought them together for the first time in centuries is now over. North Korea’s involvement in the PyeongChang Winter Olympics has come to an end, and for the political optimists hoping that the last two weeks of friendliness and outreach would extend beyond the...

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

The Opening Ceremonies of the Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics

Tony Li, Staff Writer

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

Tide Pod Challenge: Why Is It A Thing?

The Tide Pod Challenge recently have been a internet phenomenon among teens.

Christopher Ma, Section Head, Residential Life

February 20, 2018

Viral internet challenges have been all the rave in recent years. People on Social Media have spent countless hours trying to outdo each other in crazy dares in exchange for internet notoriety. It is this desire that has led to perplexing challenges such as the Ice Bucket Challenge, the Cinnamon Challenge,...

Ten Time European Finalist, Two Time Olympic Heartbreak

David Guo, Junior Photographer & Videographer

February 16, 2018

After Elise Christie’s heart was torn apart at the Winter Olympics in Sochi four years ago, it took her almost two years to stop torturing herself about missing out on a medal. This time she has four days. And while Britain’s best hope for gold in PyeongChang desperately tried to sound cheerful...

Dear Sports Franchises, It’s About Time.

Samuel Chen, Staff Writer

February 14, 2018

  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...

Five Years on the Red Planet

A digital remake of the    2012 internet phenomena widely-known as the

David Guo, Staff Writer

January 17, 2018

In the summer of 1969, The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) made its first lunar landing, with an estimated 530 million people watching Armstrong’s televised image and heard his voice as he took “… one small step for a man, one giant step for mankind.” But why the Moon? Why space explora...

Grade 11 Social Cancellation

Liam Solomon, Staff Writer

January 11, 2018

On December 5th, a Grade 11 social was supposed to occur at St. George's School. The social was abruptly cancelled a day before. The Creed went searching for answers about the cancellation of the social and the student bodies view of the social. The Creed uncovered that the social seemed to be planned...

LGBTQ+ 2017: A Week of Pride and Openness

LGBTQ+ 2017: A Week of Pride and Openness

Jay Luo, Staff Writer

October 26, 2017

  From October 16th to 19th, the St. George’s Senior School hosted its third annual LGBTQ+ Pride Week. The theme and objective of this week was to raise awareness, to provide knowledge, to encourage discussion, and to celebrate gender identity and sexual orientation. This year’s them...

The Philadelphia Story

Mr. Fredeman, standing in for the role of Seth, and Cassidy Reichman, playing the role of Tracy, have a conversation on stage.

Liam Solomon, Staff Writer

October 26, 2017

  The Saints Players production of The Philadelphia Story is opening November 1st. The cast and crew depicted in the photos have been working tirelessly preparing the show. The show is being performed November 1-4. The photo gallery depicts a rehearsal for the actors, while the stage crew se...

The Meaning of Thanksgiving: Why Holidays Are Losing Their Purpose

The First Thanksgiving

Tony Li, Staff Writer

October 12, 2017

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...