• Entertainment
  • Wonder Woman : A Review

    October 20, 2017
    Joy Ye (11) STAFF REPORTER

    Wonder Woman, direct by Patty Jenkins, was released on June 2, 2017. The revolutionary movie stars both Gal Gadot and Chris Pine.

    Wonder Woman is ground-breaking. It’s the first female superhero movie to be well received by the fans and critics alike with a rating of 92% on Rotten Tomatoes.

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  • Trump University?

    Tiffany Chu (10) Reporter

    Many students are looking at universities or colleges by grade eleven, and yet, there are just so many to choose from. MacMaster, Queen’s, Ryerson, and McGill are all amazing schools but one I wouldn’t suggest is Trump University.Read the rest

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  • The Axiom Wins Big

    Say hello to your award-winning student newspaper, second year in the running. Nicolas M. and photography editor, Nancy Z., swept the photography section of the Toronto Star High School Newspaper Awards last Thursday, May 26, 2016. Together, they bagged both the first place and second place photography awards.… Read the rest

  • Editorials
  • Is Winter truly gone for good?

    From snow to sunshine, Toronto has seen very drastic weather this April.  April is typically a month where we expect to see the beautiful, shining sun or adorable birds flying around. However, what we actually saw this month was snow. According to the CBC, Toronto received more snow in April than any other Winter month.… Read the rest

  • Sports
  • Senior Girls Basketball Team Update


    The St. Robert Senior Girls Basketball team has been hitting the court almost everyday, and that practice has been paying off. As last year’s Senior Girls Basketball Team brought home the Tier 2 Championship for the 2014 season, the expectations for this year have been set high and the girls have been on route to victory.… Read the rest

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  • Teens and Technology

    The evolution of technology has made our lives not only easier but maybe, a little lazier as well. I’m sure we hear people saying “lol, brb, ttyl” but as much as we understand these acronyms, is it really considered English? Aside from texting broken English, it is also quite popular to text someone right across the table.Read the rest