Greta Hamilton

Carihi students spend 14 days of adventure in Paris

Students visited sites such as Notre-Dame, the Eiffel Tower, the Paris Opera, the Louvre museum

Stand up to bullying at Fun Fair

This year Phoenix Middle School is putting on the second annual anti-bullying fair

Surviving exam week pressure cooker

Some students have productive means of expression, but all have a specific routine that plays out when academic work gets overwhelming

Athletic achievements honoured

Honour board recognizes sports teams for their accomplishments

Plenty of opportunity for students to get involved in causes at Carihi

There are many clubs and organizations to be involved with at the school

Time ‘to get involved’

Ian McAllister, B.C. wildlife photographer and writer from northwestern, spoke at the Tidemark Theatre Nov. 19

Youth and voting

Two questions were relevant to students surrounding recreational development and the councillors’ vision for people under 45

Spreading the message: education is power

Education is Power is a Canadian (EIP) charitable organization that sponsors 35 students attending high school and university in Africa

It’s barbecue season at Carihi

Throughout the month of May there has been three barbecues each sponsored by a different team

Brand-name clothing makes social consciousness cool

Our society is awash with proactive young role models such as Craig and Marc Kielburger

Do the math

Mathematics gives students a fair idea of the responsibilities they’ll face in the future

The bubble of creativity

Students participate in the festival as a part of the Association of BC Drama Educators

Put on the pink in Campbell River

With pink shirt day and fun fairs, there’s many events urging everyone to be proactive in the anti-bullying scene

Being in a fog nothing new to students

Lately on the Island it’s been hard to miss, nearly blinding us for up to one kilometre

Vinyl transcends generations

You wouldn’t think youths would be interested in old records or a Coca-Cola bottle from 1940

Stalking the halls of Carihi for the meaning of Christmas

To find the answer, we asked some students what traditions found in the old holiday carols they partake in

Kiss the fish!

This was the first pep-rally at Carihi in two years

Youth Action Committee kicks off the year

Campbell River students don’t shy away from being active members of society