Student Council Address

Jake Brisebois '23 Student Council President To the St. Paul’s Community,   First, we want to thank you all for your support during a tough campaign and for electing us to be your Student Council President and Vice-President for the 2022-2023 school year. We would like to start by saying that we are committed to bringing... Continue Reading →

Chess Cheating Scandal

Kiefer Gould '24 Contributor In the world of chess, there is nothing worse than a cheater. They rig games to win money and fame, using computers to crush their opponent in ways never seen before. Cheaters are exceedingly rare in chess and unheard of at the top levels. This was not the case for Hans... Continue Reading →

The Lord of the Rings: Rings of Power

Daniel Stipanovic '25 Contributor The Lord of the Rings: Rings of Power is visually stunning and entertaining but lacks coherent dialogue. The show is accurate to the lore written by J.R.R. Tolk-ien, and does not fail to enter-tain the audience.   The show takes place during the second age and the rise of Sauron. Sauron helps... Continue Reading →

Review – Elvis

Sawyer Ramsay '24 Science & Tech Copy Editor Elvis Presley was no doubt one of the most iconic and important cultural figures of the last century. He changed the worlds of both music and pop culture, making them more diverse. It only makes sense that a movie would be made to honour his life. The... Continue Reading →

First Past the Post Strikes Again 

Nathan Poklar '24 Section Editor This October, Quebeckers went to the polls, and the result was clear: the way we vote is broken. Using the first past the post system (electing a person with the most votes regardless of whether they win a majority) has yet again produced results that do not reflect how the... Continue Reading →

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