Cheylyn Lougheed

The greening of Carihi continues with the development of a community garden

Full-scale garden on school property will be managed and used by a variety of groups

Is all this stress necessary?

Preparations for provincial government exams often leads to stress and anxiety

Grad Sleepover: one last chance to indulge in childhood

The night included numerous activities, such as movies, a giant Twister mat, and an even larger costumed Dodgeball tournament

Grad Sleepover: one last chance to indulge in childhood

The night included numerous activities, such as movies, a giant Twister mat, and an even larger costumed Dodgeball tournament

War and Remembrance

Standing on Guard for Thee was the theme of Carihi Remembrance Day assembly

Job action empties corridors of Carihi

The teachers union is asking the government for higher wages and smaller class sizes

Teenagers keep Mount Cain going

The majority of the paid positions on the hill are filled by youth

Course selection involves the big picture

Choosing the courses to take next year is filling many students’ minds this week

Showcasing your best

The festival takes place in Courtney at the Sid Williams and the Little Red Church Theatre

Campbell River students hit the high seas

Come spring, students will begin to sail dinghies in the passage between Campbell River and Quadra Island

Exchanges bring world to Carihi

Living abroad as a student allows you to learn a language, experience a country’s culture from the inside and make friends

Graduating early has benefits, Campbell River students learn

Why sit around completing unnecessary courses and waiting for prom to roll around?

Slam poetry: A whole other side of verse

Have you snapped your fingers and yelled “Spit, poet!”