The Student Media Site of William Clarke College

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The Student Media Site of William Clarke College

We Are

The Student Media Site of William Clarke College

We Are

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Has the Cinema Lost its Touch?

Marziyah P (Year 9), Chief Contributor November 8, 2023

Now let’s roll the time machines back to the 70s and 80s when telephones would ring and there was no internet (the centre of GenZ’s entertainment or to be more specific social media). Now let’s be...

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The Truth Is Dead

Dimitri N (Year 11), Media Editor November 1, 2023

Should We Blame Burnout?: A Teachers Response

Should We Blame Burnout?: A Teacher’s Response

Mr Miller (teacher) April 4, 2023

Shari and Ellina’s article Blame Burnout: How Schools’ Design Facilitates Fatigue raises provocative questions about the way schools, and the ATAR system, contribute toward negative mental health,...

Blame Burnout: How Schools’ Design Facilitates Fatigue

Blame Burnout: How Schools’ Design Facilitates Fatigue

Shari E (Year 12) and Ellina G (Year 11) March 1, 2023

“People across the nation and the world are burned out, exhausted and depressed” – Burnout is a Problem, Forbes 2022  According to our research*, by the end of one's high school experience, approximately...

Pixaby (2020)

We Are… Interested in Your Opinion

Shari E (Year 12) and Ellina G (Year 11) February 2, 2023

Have you ever experienced symptoms of burnout? What do you think of assessments? Are you familiar with academic stress? WE ARE here to listen to your opinions and experiences.   Complete this...

Research Studies shut down

Research Studies shut down

Shari E (Year 12), Chief Contributor November 23, 2022

Only use key words.  Don’t click on the first link.  And above all else: DO NOT USE WIKIPEDIA  When it comes to researching, this is generally the list of rules that people stick to....

Climate Change is a Feminist Issue

Climate Change is a Feminist Issue

Taylah C (Year 12), Chief Contributor November 9, 2022

Climate change is everyone’s issue. This is demonstrable in the oncoming wetter-than-average summer, and the effects this is bound to have on climate patterns. Automatically, I think about the awful...

Macquarie University Sydney: Vale Professor Michael Heimlich

An Everlasting Hero- Vale Professor Michael Heimlich

James H (Year 10), Assistant Editor-in-Chief November 9, 2022

I never got to meet Michael Heimlich, but he profoundly impacted my life, and I wouldn’t be who I am today without him.   Mike was a gracious and compassionate man who devoted much of his life to...

The World of Halloween

The World of Halloween

Beth S (Year 12) October 26, 2022

Halloween. The 31st of October, and a day with many meanings.   Halloween, stemming from the European tradition of All Hollow’s Eve, is a worldwide celebration, taking many forms across the globe....

Children with physical disabilities like cerebral palsy were admitted to the Peats Island facility.
Image: Daily Telegraph

The Hospital of Forgotten Children

Shikha S (Year 8) October 19, 2022

Peats island is an 8-hectare island located on the Hawkesbury River. This small island is situated just north of Sydney and forms part of the suburb Mooney Mooney, sitting just upstream from the Sydney...

The Crowd and I

The Crowd and I

Zoe L (Year 11) August 31, 2022

What does it mean to be human? To be a unique and complex individual in a sea of others similarly human, but vastly different in individuality. The Australian Chamber Orchestra explored this aspect of...

The Line in the Sand

‘The Line’ in the Sand

Helayna C (Year 10) August 24, 2022

Edited by Grace C (Year 10)   When you think of the future, what do you see? Spacecrafts? Time machines? Holograms and flying cars? Over the years humans have taken these fantastical ideas and poured...

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