4 Time Management Apps You’ll Be Thankful I Introduced You To

Written By: Aymen Sherwani - Grade 12 Ladies (and guys, let’s be inclusive here). Look at your apps. Now look at mine. Now back at your apps. Now back to *mine* Sadly, yours aren’t as awesome as mine, but if you stopped filling up your phone with games you’ll only play once, and checked out … Continue reading 4 Time Management Apps You’ll Be Thankful I Introduced You To

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Orange Really Is the New Black: America Faced With the Reality of An Actual Cheeto as President-Elect

Written by: Aymen Sherwani - Grade 12 On November 8, 2016, the world waited and watched and refreshed their Google search "election 2016 results" with bated breath. To say that it has been a tense campaign season would be a gross understatement. It was, after all, a race between a man who not only has … Continue reading Orange Really Is the New Black: America Faced With the Reality of An Actual Cheeto as President-Elect

Humans of Pearson: Pawan Sidhu

Written by: Naoreen Kabir - Grade 11 "Photography is fun.” How long have you been doing photography? "Since grade seven. My parents bought an actual, legit camera. It was fun, I experimented with that. That's where the journey commenced.” What's your favourite part about photography? "Different aspects of perceiving things. A view from the ground and … Continue reading Humans of Pearson: Pawan Sidhu

Unexpected Things I Come Across During Procrastination: Dracula’s Gay Brother

Written by: Aymen Sherwani – Grade 11 Being an IB Diploma student is painful - especially if you’re taking HL History, with all the overwhelming weight of Eurocentric history bearing down upon you in the form of textbooks, internal assessments and academic journals. However, it can at times be extremely rewarding, like when it becomes … Continue reading Unexpected Things I Come Across During Procrastination: Dracula’s Gay Brother