The Pope’s Apology, What Comes Next? 

Evan Peters '25 & Aidan Kuo '25 Contributors On Monday, July 25, 2022, Pope Francis delivered a historic apology for the Roman-Catholic Church’s involvement in the Residential Schools system. From the 1870s to the 1990s, 150 000 First Nations, Inuit, and Métis children between the ages of four to sixteen were taken from their families... Continue Reading →

The Downfall of Leicester City 

Eleojo Audu '24 Contributor In the 2015-2016 Premier League season, the impossible happened. A team that spent almost all the previous season struggling at the bottom of the table was now at the top, crowned the champions of the Premier League. This team was Leicester City F.C., a small club when compared to the English... Continue Reading →

Canada: First time back in 36 years

Pranav Mannem ’24 Contributor It has been a while since the Canadian Men’s National Soccer Team qualified for the group stage of the FIFA World Cup. Their last and only showing was in 1986, with a lackluster performance losing all three games in the group stage. However, 36 years later, with the 2022 FIFA World... Continue Reading →

A Step Closer for Valour 

Julian Brennan ’24  Contributor After an unprecedented mid-season transition, Winnipeg’sValour FC was able to edge into a playoff position in the final weeks of league play. Unfortunately, that all ended in Calgary on Thursday, October 2nd, after a lop-sided 2-1 loss to Cavalry FC––their fourth winless game in a row.  However, fans must not focus... Continue Reading →

Roger Federer: The Tennis Maestro 

Samay Dadlani ’24 & Evan Peters ‘25   Copy Editor & Contributor Roger Federer, often referred to as the “Swiss Maestro”, is the greatest tennis player of all time. Federer holds the record for the most ATP singles titles, winning twenty Grand Slams, including eight Wimbledon Titles, as well as two Olympic medals. These titles alone... Continue Reading →

The Italian Election

Isaac Lavitt '25 Copy Editor On September 25, Fratelli d’Italia (Brothers of Italy) won the Italian election. For the first time since Mussolini, a far-right coalition won both houses of parliament and unseated the incumbent left-wing coalition. Descended from the supporters of Mussolini, the party has expressed support for Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine, has... Continue Reading →

His Majesty King Charles III 

Alden Minuk '26 Contributor HM King Charles III is now King of United Kingdom of Great Britain, Northern Ireland and the Commonwealth Realms. The question many are asking is whether he will be a successful monarch. I believe a monarch’s ability to be successful depends on factors such as their benevolence, their leadership capabilities, and... Continue Reading →

The Discoveries of the James Webb Space Telescope

Castiel Haripersad '24 Contributor Since the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) on Christmas Day, humanity has learnt new and exciting information about our Universe. The JWST is fueling discussion among experts and enthusiasts about the formation of stars, galaxies, planets, and the true nature of the observable universe.  After its initial calibration,... Continue Reading →

The Success Of DART 

Castiel Haripersad '25 Contributor On November 23, 2021, at 12:21, NASA launched the Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART), which served as the first test of new defenses against asteroids colliding with Earth. DART was a collaboration between NASA, SpaceX, the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, and many others.  DART’s mission was to intercept Dimorphos, an... Continue Reading →

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