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Killing is my Business

Heavy metal: pimply, prole, putrid, unchic, unsophisticated, anti-intellectual, Read More..

Homework gets an F
Lack of sleep due to excess home­work is a reality for 78% of the 100 Grade 12. Read More...

She's so out of your league
They walk in and every guy in the room becomes quiet and mo­tionless. Read More...

Lockdown at Jarvis
Screams echo down the hallway. . Read More...

Band-aid
So you want to be in a band. Read More...

Hall Monitors
It is rare nowadays to find a threat that has the potential to be dis­armed or neutralizedRead More...

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TDSB Trustee pushes for cell phone prohibition

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A motion to ban cellular phones in TDSB schools has recently been proposed by St. Paul’s Trustee, Josh Matlow, in response to recent shocking incidents involving students. Early in March, four Cawthra Park Secondary School students were accused of using their cell phones to videotape the assault of a female student. She was unconscious at the time of the assault, and did not learn that it had happened until she saw photos of it on someone’s cell phone the next day.

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Mosaic Masterworks

On May 27th, Jarvis is holding a gala reunion performance of alum­ni and current Jarvis students. The event is planned as part of the celebrations of Jarvis's bicentennial and the 30th anniversary of the Mosaic Talent Show.

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No one is illegal

Jarvis Collegiate has a long history of activism through its many extra­curricular clubs and associations. This year alone, Jarvis students have raised thousands of dollars for Sierra Leone, promoted African culture through Black History Month, and encouraged the spirit of generosity in many other forms, and in keeping with this pattern, Jarvis students have now joined a new cause: the protection of non-status immigrants and their rights.

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Community program guides youth to success

When you hear the name Regent Park, what visual comes to your mind? For some it may be a dangerous neighborhood with ram­pant gang activities or perhaps a small multicultural community that is currently being revitalized.

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