This past Wednesday was Bell Let’s Talk Day, a day sponsored by Bell Canada to work towards lessening the stigma of mental illness in our society.
It’s almost the end of January… are you still sticking to your new year’s resolutions? If they have fallen by the wayside, here’s a healthy tip to kick start your motivations.
Over the past two weeks I have been observing some SCS community work that has created excitement as well as uncertainty. Regardless of which,
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Susan Pinker is a Canadian developmental psychologist, columnist, and broadcaster who writes about social science. Her work has been featured in The New York Times,
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See how the Lumina Fashion Design Show 2015 took inspiration from everything from Harry Potter and The Hunger Games to street art and secret gardens.
Dr. Kate Raynes-Goldie ’00 is an award-winning game designer, researcher and educator working at the intersection of physical and the digital.
On Friday evening, I attended our School’s annual Lumina Fashion and Design Show. This is a remarkable show that has evolved tremendously over its eight-year history.
I had to stop reading the paper today until I calmed down. Despite there being so much about which to be sad, with the devastating events in France,
Our St. Clement’s uniform is famous around the Toronto area. One of the most iconic pieces of the Clementine uniform, however, is the gold belt that our graduates have donned for the past 66 years.