Bullied teen battles back

November 28, 2018 Alyssa Parkhill 0

BY ALYSSA PARKHILL Bullying drove Alberta teen Mackenzie Murphy to attempt to take her own life. Murphy was in and out of the hospital nine times in the span of three years. At only 13 […]

Sharing a cup of kindness

November 14, 2018 Alyssa Parkhill 0

BY ALYSSA PARKHILL Chloe Chow, co-founder of Vent Over Tea and a Bell Lets Talk initiative wants to lend an ear to anyone who needs to vent. “The purpose of Vent Over Tea is to […]

Sweet dreams are made of this

November 1, 2018 Emily Skilling 0

BY EMILY SKILLING Sleep is often an alien concept for students. Constant procrastination, getting back into routines and balancing life can strain sleep habits. But is your learning being affected by the lack of sleep […]

Fighting back against germs

October 10, 2018 Laura-Lee Cascagnette 0

BY LAURA-LEE CASCAGNETTE As temperatures drop, colds and flus begin to rise and students should be extra vigilant in the fight against germs. The warnings your mother gave you about leaving the house with wet […]

Zen out

September 26, 2018 Emily Skilling 0

BY EMILY SKILLING School, work, study, repeat. This is the daily cycle that most students experience from September to April. With so much to balance, students often forget to take the time for self-care. To keep […]

Mental healthcare in Halton

September 19, 2018 Loren Pelaez 0

BY LOREN PELAEZ Sheridan students who struggle with mental health have resources open to them that they may not know about.  There are free and local services aimed to support wellness in Halton’s youth. The […]