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Shades of red & grey: The hidden toll of racism at North Toronto

Shades of red & grey: The hidden toll of racism at North Toronto Internal, Features June 25, 2020 Sara Chiarotto O’Brien Emily Sakaguchi Editors in Chief If you ask North Toronto students about their earliest experiences with racism, they won’t tell you about the time they were seven and someone hurled a slur at them …

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A new normal: How three NT students are coping with the COVID-19 pandemic

A new normal: How three NT students are coping with the COVID-19 pandemic Features, Internal April 25, 2020 Joshua Chong Editor “It’s kind of lonely,” says Grade 10 student Holly Gomes. Tucked in a corner of her room and wearing a thick hoodie, she flashes a faint grin in an effort to lighten the mood …

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Just keep learning: The secret to student success outside the classroom

Just keep learning: The secret to student success outside the classroom Internal, Features April 1, 2020 Sara Chiarotto O’Brien Editor in Chief As Ontario students enter their third week of school shutdowns, the novelty of endless freetime is beginning to wear off, replaced by concerns surrounding graduation, extracurriculars, and keeping up with academics. As of …

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Is Hong Kong just another Chinese city? An interview with Sasa Petricic

Is Hong Kong just another Chinese city? An interview with Sasa Petricic External, Features November 9, 2019 Photo by Sasa Petricic Kiana Sharifi Layout Designer On June 12, 2019, thousands of people amassed around Hong Kong’s government complex to protest a controversial overhaul of the city’s extradition law that would make it possible to send …

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