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Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Rather than a unit test, the Grade 12 (Year 4) Exercise Science class embarked on a nutrition project which allowed students to choose how they were going to communicate their research based on which one of Gardner's intelligences they were most suited to. Multiple intelligences theory, in a nutshell, is a pluralized way of understanding the intellect. Recent advances in cognitive science,...

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Wednesday, April 18, 2007

TCS is pleased to welcome Ken Dryden, former Montreal Canadiens goalkeeper, federal cabinet minister and Liberal leadership contender, for the School's annual Centennial Lecture on Friday, April 20th at 7:00 p.m. in LeVan Hall Theatre.

Following an NHL career in which he won six Stanley Cups and was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame (1983), Mr. Dryden became a best-selling author and...

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Friday, April 13, 2007

Toronto band Fallen Ground will be bringing their unique brand of acoustic rock to the Davies Centre at Trinity College School on Friday, April 20th at 9:00 p.m. The free concert is sure to include current MySpace favourites Moments, In a Landslide, Picture Frame and Bob Tune.

The unique sound of Fallen Ground comes from the diverse...

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Friday, April 13, 2007

On Thursday, April 12th, Year 3 student June Ahn served up several traditional Korean dishes to crowds of students gathered in the School's main foyer during the morning break.

June is known amongst his Brent housemates for his delicious cooking which helped drive the throng of students who turned out to sample such dishes as seafood pancakes (hae mul jun), rice cakes with spicy...

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Friday, April 13, 2007

By Sarah Piccini, Year 2 student

Over the March break, students in Grade 10 (Year 2) taking the Travel Education course went on a trip to Europe. The students were split up into two groups, the first going to Belgium, France and England, and the second to Belgium, France and Germany. The trip lasted 10 days for each group. For this article, I interviewed a student from the first...

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Wednesday, April 11, 2007

By Gareth Cecil-Cockwell, Year 3 student

This recent March break saw one Reverend, one studied art teacher and 10 very lucky art students head off to explore London and Berlin by plane, bus, train and underground; taking in museums and galleries, hearing choirs in cathedrals, dining with artists, and jotting down notes or sketching or taking photographs whenever the opportunity...

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Tuesday, April 10, 2007

TCS alumnus Jenna Briggs `06 was recently honoured at Mount Allison University's annual Athletic Awards Night as most outstanding first year player on the Mounties' women's hockey team.

At TCS, the five-foot-five forward captained the Bigside girls' hockey team during the 2005-2006 season, under the direction of coach Rick Traugott. Playing on both defence and forward, she totalled 20...

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Thursday, April 05, 2007

"You can change the world." That was the message given to Trinity College School Junior School and Foundation Year students, staff and visiting alumni by documentary filmmaker, Rob Stewart, director of Sharkwater. In a presentation in LeVan Hall Theatre on April 4th, Mr. Stewart spoke passionately about how he wanted to use film as a medium to change perceptions about his favourite...

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Friday, March 30, 2007

As Easter break quickly approaches, students who are not travelling home for the holiday now have several options to consider before the long weekend arrives.

A "homestay" option is available which includes complete parental supervision, 3 meals per day with snacks and participation in numerous family activities. Students will be picked up and dropped off at TCS meeting locations and...

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Friday, March 30, 2007

On Wednesday, March 28th, Trinity College School's winter athletic awards were presented in the LeVan Hall Theatre. The seasonal ceremony saw athletes receive awards recognizing leadership, skill and improvement over the course of the winter term.

Among the highlights of the night was the presentation of the Distinction Awards. Distinction is generally reserved for senior students, but...

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