Good afternoon comrade IBers, comrade teachers, administrators, parents, Khang, and individuals who are really awesome but do not fall into any of the aforementioned categories: In my young and reckless Grade 10 year, I remember Lord Kindrachuk telling us that “there was nothing wrong with 1/5!” on our first history essay. And as a freshman [...Read more...]
From Steven’s Facebook campaign group. Steven E. Chamberlain (aka. Stev, Steve, Stevin) is a presidential candidate for Campbell Collegiate’s Student Leadership Council. Chamberlain is an International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme candidate. A conscientious, determined and motivated student , Chamberlain has exceeded expectations from the moment he entered Campbell Collegiate.  He began his run for the [...Read more...]
INTRODUCTION (This is Episode 2 of Better Know A Liberal Failure. Episode 1 was “Why Sumaira is Full of Fail“) Nalanda (pronounced “fay – uhl”) is a former member of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. She dropped out of the programme after the first month because she was unable to deal with the stress of [...Read more...]
What follows is the result of the collaboration of 15 high school students. Having personally benefitted from education for citizenship in small but significant ways, we envision a future in which citizenship is at the heart of education, transforming students, schools, and the political culture of the province.
On 14 October 2009, Liberal Party of Canada leader Michael Ignatieff visited Campbell Collegiate to rally support amongst the student body. Luckily, the “citizenship” group of students who created a civics document and Charter of Responsiblities devised a series of questions to ask Michael Ignatieff in regards to the state of citizenship in Canada. Although [...Read more...]
(Source: Wikipedia) As I’ve noted in previous blog posts (blog post 1 and blog post update), Taras and I were defeated in our audacious bid for graduation MCs (master of ceremonies). It was a fierce battle, but unfortunately we were unable to prevail over the forces of Deanna and Joran (it was a close battle [...Read more...]
INTRODUCTION Sumaira is a Grade 12 International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme drop-out at Campbell. At school, her name is synonymous with fail because of her inability to avoid fail. She is also the only Justin Bieber fan in the entire school, which increases her capacity for fail. Evidently, she is full of fail. As President Franklin [...Read more...]