FIRST EDITION - JUNE 2017
the STAFF OF MOSAIC
Wow! It has been quite a journey. When we first
began Mosaic at Runnymede, we had no clue where to start. Fast forward through nine long and laborious months, we were finally able to make our ideas jump from the table to paper. On behalf of the first staff of Mosaic, we’d like to thank everyone who has supported our endeavours in releasing the first edition of our school newspaper (Mr. Gibbons, you rock!). We’d also like to thank Mr. Edwards, Mr. Pollice, and Ms. Ardell for providing us with the initial support we needed. This is definitely the start of something that we believe is going to have a large role in connecting the student body at Runnymede. For those interested in joining Mosaic, we hope you’ll attend our initial meeting in September 2017. For all of the Ravens, we hope you’ll enjoy our first issue as much as we do, and we look forward to releasing more exciting, thought-provoking and engaging articles in the years ahead.
Editors In Chief Shahan Mahmood Elizabeth Nguyen
Advisor Mr. Gibbons
Staff Samantha Cleary Sherene Williams Shae Hayes Farhiya Samatar Bilal Haq Chantal Meyer
up CRACKED IS SOCIAL MEDIA all really ?to it’s be By: Sherene Williams
leads people to become very envious. This is because we fail to realize There’s no doubt that social that Instagram is like a “highlight reel”; it only shows the positive, and media has impacted not just ourthe notion that life is only a series of selves, but society as a whole. It’s become an amazing tool that we all “highs” is a very unrealistic expectation to uphold. On the other hand, use every day for socialization and simple things like the selfie represent entertainment purposes, but have so much more than just a picture we really thought about how much of yourself; it brings you back to a of a drastic change it has made to time where you were feeling confiour lives, compared to that of our dent, silly, or happy, and if you think parents? The social, psychological, about it, no one takes a selfie when physical, and cultural effect that they’re in a genuinely bad mood. internet platforms and technology But technology doesn’t just have had on us is truly extraordiaffect our mind and the way we nary. socialize with other people, it also The constant use of social affects our body. Studies have shown media has recently eliminated our real time interactions, as well as the that smartphone use has been connected with posture problems such amount of face to face contact that as spinal curvatures, neck pain, and we have had with each other. Also, it has caused us to become a genera- headaches. To add, the blue light tion of “watchers” and not “doers”. emitted from smartphones can be harmful when directly viewed at Just think about the number of night and can cause damage to the times you’ve caught yourself tweeting about how much you want to do retina. According to ophthalmologists, there is a link between smartsomething as oppose to just going out and doing it. And let’s not forget phone use and early cataracts. The cultural impact that about the constant oversharing, social media has had on society because quite frankly, not everyone is huge. Because of platforms like cares about how many times a day Twitter, people are now able to voice you drink coffee from that quaint, their opinions and bring attention to little café on your street. social issues like the Syrian refugee From a psychological stand point, social media allows us to filter crisis, the North Dakota Access Pipeline protests, and the Black out what the world sees, and that
Lives Matter movement. But all of this does come at a cost, we now live in an age where privacy seems to be an unknown word due to the amount of hacking and leaking scandals we hear about every day. When asked about how social media has impacted people’s personal lives, a Runnymede student said, “Social media has impacted my life in a tremendous way. A lot of people use it for good and bad,
To say it’s been a hard few years for bookstores around the world –especially Toronto- would be quite the understatement. The mass digitalization of the public’s consuming methods has led to many underperforming and closing bookstores. The popularity of physical copies of books has decreased, with e-books on devices such as the Kindle becoming more and more utilized by readers.
However, this is no surprise as e-books and digital copies are cheaper, more accessible and available. Technology has advanced so much that one does not have to leave their home to purchase an e-book online, and one can do so in under a minute. With a phone already in hand, hundreds and thousands of books are accessible without having to carry the weight of a novel around everywhere.
but I use it to promote myself.” Social media platforms like Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter, and Instagram have become a part of our generation’s –and future generations—culture. It is undoubtedly one of the greatest gifts and one of the most dangerous curses. As the years go on, the benefits and drawbacks of social media are sure to become greater, but for the time being, are its goods worth all of its evils? That’s for you to decide.
By: Farhiya Samatar
Nonetheless, to many readers, there is nothing like walking around a bookstore, surrounded by the smell of new novels and the towering shelves filled with paperbacks. It is a magical feeling running your fingers through a physical copy of your favourite book with the weight of the words that have impacted you on a personal level in your hands. Buying a novel and perching it on a private shelf in one’s home or office and watching it fill slowly with spectacular stories is a feeling unlike no other. Some use bookstores to spend a quiet afternoon with a new book and a new world, others use it for a place to get work finished, or even as a spot to hang out with friends. To these people, seeing six bookstores close in Toronto in the span of six weeks hurts, and the idea of these spaces that mean so much to them potentially closing is a very daunting thought. To make up for the lack of sales of the books, many bookstores that are still open and functioning have turned to other sources of
income. A popular example of this would be Indigo, a superstore that sells anything from stationary, jewelry and clothing to kitchen utensils. It is technically a bookstore, but there are numerous items for purchase aside from books, including a café to buy food and drinks. However, even with the extra income of these items, many Indigo’s around Toronto have been shut down due to lack of sales. The rapid rate of bookstores closing is a disappointing sight for many readers around the world. For them, these stores are not just spaces to buy novels, but spaces filled with happiness and memories. Bookstores are almost a second home to some, the familiar feeling of a home emerging when the doors chime as they open. For avid readers, no experience can come close to the one at a bookstore, surrounded by novels you love and people who share the same passion. It is truly a shame to see so many of these stores closed down.
the PROBLEMATIC PIPELINE
By: Farhiya Samatar
Photo Courtesy of Arlo Iron Cloud from Indianz.com. The North Dakota Access Pipeline -or the DAPL- is causing uproar all around the world. Thousands of protestors gather at the Standing Rock reservation every day to protest, not to mention the countless protests that take place all over the world in solidarity with the indigenous people of Standing Rock. Though most of the population have heard of this conflict, many are not adequately informed enough to take a stance. So what is the big deal about the DAPL? The DAPL is an underground oil pipeline that travels 1,172 miles through North and South Dakota, U.S.A. This almost $4 billion project was planned by a corporation by the name of Energy Transfer Partners in 2014 and was set to be finished in January 2017. There have been many delays and it seems that this target will not be reached due to the strong opposition against the whole pipeline being built. The opposition comes from mainly two places: the Indigenous people of Standing Rock and environmentalists. Indigenous people are against the DAPL for a variety of reasons, the first being a potential danger to their only water source. An oil spill can cause extremely negative effects on the water the Standing Rock Indigenous people need. Routing across the Missouri River near a town called Bismarck
was rejected due to the pipeline’s route and its close proximity to the town’s municipal water resorts and residential areas. The DAPL was then re-routed to pass underneath a river half a mile away from the Standing Rock Indian Reservation. When community leaders refused the pipeline for the same reasons as the people of Bismarck, their request was denied and construction began without their consent. The DAPL is also potentially ruining sacred land, including burial sites, and archeological findings. Historical land sites were submitted to court in an attempt to prove their cultural significance to the Indigenous people of Standing Rock. However, less than 24 hours later, those same sites were destroyed by the DAPL construction, ruining most, if not all the buried artifacts as well. Technically, the land that is being used for the pipeline does not belong to the Indigenous people of Standing Rock, but in earlier history, it once did. The land was originally theirs, according to the Treaty of Fort Laramie in 1868. The treaty was then ‘re-negotiated’ under threats of starvation, and the land was taken by European settlers. In 1980, the Supreme Court ruled that the land was taken unjustly and ordered compensation for the Indigenous people that originally owned the land. They declined compensation, as they wanted ownership or at
least co-ownership of the land and not payment. Americans believe that land was claimed by whoever documented it first, or ‘doctrine of discovery’ while the Indigenous people of Standing Rock believe that land still belongs to them regardless.
“I just think it’s unfair. The land was theirs in the first place.” Shae Hayes, a Runnymede student says. Environmentalists are also extremely concerned about the construction of the DAPL. They are afraid of the repercussions the pipeline could potentially have on the environment, whether in the form of an oil spill or global warming. The environmentalists’ aim is to stop the fossil fuel industry from accessing pipelines and the railroad networks they need to move their products. By siding with the Native Americans of Standing Rock, they are preventing the access to a huge pipeline that, in their opinion, could have a terrible impact on the envi-
ronment. “The company isn’t doing anything illegal, and the pipeline will benefit the larger population so I don’t see anything wrong with it.” Another student declares. There have been instances with altercations between protestors and police, and even protestors and construction workers. Protestors have crossed the perimeter fence to stop construction, and have latched themselves onto bulldozers and other machinery so the driver is unable to move the vehicle. They were met with arrests as the protestors predicted, but also what they described as ‘unnecessary rough treatment’. Pepper spray, rubber bullets and concussion cannons were used to remove the unarmed protestors by the security firm working for the DAPL. There was also reported usage of guard dogs. At least six protesters were treated for dog bites, and there is footage circulating around the web of a guard dog with blood all over its mouth. The federal government temporarily blocked construction from continuing, but the court intervened and allowed the project to proceed. This is still an ongoing issue, and as of yet, there has been no solution or end to the situation. Protestors are braving the cold this season, and construction is still going strong for the DAPL. Only time will tell how this matter will conclude.
Photo Courtesy of Lucy Cooke at inhabitat.com
the science BEHIND PROCRASTINATION By: Samantha Cleary
Procrastination affects everyone; whether it’s leaving an assignment to the last minute or letting dishes pile up in your sink. There are many theories about procrastination and its negative effects on humans physically and psychologically. One theory suggests that our brains are functioning poorly. The
limbic system in our brains relies on impulses and needs something called immediate mood repair. This is one of the main causes to procrastination. On the other hand, our prefrontal cortex is responsible for making decisions. It’s seen as the more rational part of your brain. This part is slower to act when given
a task because it thinks about the effects of doing the task and how it will benefit you for the future. Our procrastination soon kicks in and tries to help the unpleasant situation with impulses. When the prefrontal cortex finally makes a decision you rush to complete the task in order to finish it by the deadline. Another theory suggests that it causes mental distress. Procrastination has its price, and studies and research done by Carleton University over the past 20 years have focused on the mental distress it has on students. These studies have proven that people who are constantly procrastinating have higher levels of stress, anxiety, and even depression. It can also have negative physical effects. Procrastination has been linked to being a cause for major heart problems such as high blood pressure and heart disease. There is not one direct answer as to why humans leave things to the last minute, but due to the many theories and studies we now have a better understanding on what could be the cause of procrastination and the possible ways to overcome it.
should students CONFORM to UNIFORMS? Undoubtedly, when you start a conversation about Runnymede uniform policy, it’s going to start a rambunctious debate. Runnymede C.I. established the uniform policy several years ago, which was influenced by the school and parent council. There are many pros and cons to the uniform policy. Principals and teachers are mainly supportive of the uniform policy because it is perceived in the eyes of the community as being formal and well dressed. While many students do not mind wearing the uniform, this does not necessarily mean that everyone else does. One of the main reasons the uniform policy is not supported is because students and other individuals in the community believe it removes our freedom of choice when it comes to an individual’s self-expression. People do not appreciate the TDSB interfering with the student’s choice of what to wear. Another reason the uniform policy is not supported is because it tends to be uncomfortable from time to time. Not being able to remove sweaters when they are hot
in the summer, as well as not being able to cover up with a jacket or sweater of their own can be distracting and annoying for a lot of students. They do not have many options and are often too hot in a non-air conditioned school, or are too cold with the lack of options regarding their clothing and the various seasonal changes that the they have to deal with can also be a real pain. Students also want to wear something more comfortable such as a pair of sweatpants, rather than plain black jeans. Additionally, a number of the people that do not like the uniform policy give the argument that it becomes expensive for parents to pay the costs of having to buy multiple pieces of the uniform in order to have a sufficient amount of clothes for school on top of purchasing everyday items that their kids need. For example, one golf shirt costs upwards of $34.99 and the sweaters start at $49.00 or the kilts/skirts cost $83.99 apiece so the cost adds up fast, especially for parents with multiple kids. Many feel that this is an unneeded added expense.
Procrastination Tips ONE STEP AT A TIME Breaking a task down into little parts and focusing on one small part at a time can be extremely helpful. YOUR SURROUNDINGS Finding a good workspace can be tedious sometimes but it does pay off. Having an organized desk can lead to feeling more inspired and encourages productivity. ELIMINATING DISTRACTIONS Figure out what’s distracting you and find a solution. If it’s the internet or social media try setting up a website blocker if you need to, there’s plenty of extensions out there. TRY YOUR HARDEST At the end of the day, as always, it boils down to taking action. You can plan, strategize, and organize, but if you don’t take actually do it, nothing will get done. Everything is your choice at the end of the day, you are the one deciding what you will do with your time.
By: Shae Hayes
One of the pros for students that wear uniforms is the time they save on finding an outfit to wear each morning. The uniform policy can make students life less stressful. Instead of wondering what they are going to wear the next day, they can focus on the English essay they postponed to the last minute. A current student at Runnymede CI, Leslie Cuero said,
“At times it sucks but most of the time it was actually a time saver. I can literally spend hours changing and trying on different outfits. I’m just glad that we don’t have such a strict uniform policy like other schools do.” One of the main reasons the uniform policy was chosen for Runnymede students was to keep the students safe.The uniform helps teachers, students, and the community identify Runnymede students, which promotes a safer community. Additionally, the uniform policy is a positive thing because it reduces the judgment between students
due to everyone wearing the same uniform piece every day and students developed a sense of not caring what they wear or what other students wear at school. It also helps the student to get ready quicker in the morning as they do not have to choose what they want to wear. Runnymede students are luckier than other schools across Toronto who also wear uniforms because our school is very lenient and allows us to wear items such as our own black jeans instead of dress pants. However, it can be unfair to the student from time to time because we do not receive many dress down days. It can be a pain for some students to dress down sometimes and be constantly bugged by the teacher who asks them to wear their uniform. Or some may dress down on their birthdays and receive two infractions instead of one, which increases their chances of being sent home to get their uniform. Since the students at Runnymede go to a uniform school, it is only fair to let them have more dress down days. It’s the most effective method in reducing Runnymede’s current infraction rate.
PLAY By: Samantha Cleary
On March 30th, 2017 student leaders from Runnymede CI made there way George Syme Community School to participate in the Right to Play Youth to Youth program. This program lets the Runnymede CI students play and teach children in grades three-five on Tuesday afternoons. The grade nine-twelve students of Runnymede have been a part of the program for around 10 years. Since then Runnymede has trained over 100 students leaders and mentored 700 plus students in the schools community. As the second session of Right to Play for the 2016/17 school year was coming to an end, they added on an extra session for a special surprise. Runnymede was fortunate to be able to introduce the newest Right to Play ambassador Pascal Siakam. The rookie power forward for the Toronto Raptors showed off his skills while playing games with the children and leaders. Some
games included wax museum and octopus. Pascal was very excited to play and talk with the kids, to really know what goes on within the program. After the Runnymede leaders ran their games all of the students ventured back into the gymnasium to talk with Pascal. The children asked him many questions such as how many cars do you have? Can you dunk? With the gym cheering him on, Pascal performed a dunk that had the children amazed. Pascal has now been added to the long list of over 300 athlete ambassadors worldwide. While at this Right to
Play event, Pascal also talked about why he became an ambassador. Pascal stated, “It is important to me that I use my position in the NBA to give back to kids, both locally and internationally, and I’m happy to be doing that with Right To Play.” Not only did the children ask the questions but even some student leaders from Runnymede got to ask as well. Overall, the students and staff learned a lot about his ties to Right to Play and how important the day was for him. The session ended off with Pascal signing autographs and taking pictures with the Runnymede
leaders, and bringing nothing but smiles all day. To learn more about Right to Play you can head over to their website or get involved with Runnymede’s Athletic Council today.
ON TUESDAY APRIL 11th, 2017 RUNNYMEDE CI INTRODUCED ITS BRAND NEW MORNING BREAKFAST PROGRAM. IT RUNS EVERY DAY EXCEPT FOR LATE START THURSDAYS. STUDENTS CAN MEET IN THE SCHOOL CAFETERIA BETWEEN 8:00 AM AND 8:40 AM FOR THEIR SELECTION OF FRUIT, CEREAL, JUICE, AND A HOT BREAKFAST OPTION. THE PROGRAM IS ORGANIZED BY TDSB WORKERS AND RUN BY STUDENT VOLUNTEERS. FOR A SMALL DONATION OF FIFTY CENTS, RUNNYMEDE STUDENTS CAN HELP KEEP THE PROGRAM UP AND RUNNING. DON’T MISS OUT! 8
$15. NON NEGOTIABLE. Throughout several decades of public debate, the fiscally conservative have portrayed minimum wages as the epitome of all evil, habitually rejecting any interference in their pursuit of corporate profits. The right-wing believe minimum wages cause widespread harm to businesses—the evidence is actually quite the opposite. Meanwhile, popularity of Fight for $15 & Fairness campaigns in Ontario have given three provincial parties: the Liberal Party, New Democratic Party, and the Green Party, the confidence to promise decent pay for all Ontario workers. Establishing a $15 provincial minimum wage would be an important victory and would set a precedent in every province that workers deserve a sustainable and equitable wage. As full-time minimum wage workers end up on the brink of the poverty line, there is a desperate need to enact a decent standard and expose the present inadequacy of provincial minimum wages. Despite claims that the cost of goods and services will proliferate, an increase to the current provincial minimum wage will help strengthen the local economy, create more jobs and reduce income inequality. A $15 minimum wage in Ontario will develop the province’s current economic position and aid efforts to decrease the near 6% unemployment rate. Additionally, raising Ontario’s minimum wage to $15 an hour would stimulate Ontario’s economy by putting more than $5
billion additional dollars into workers’ pockets. Minimum wage earners tend to spend most of their earnings locally, which generates even more economic activity, creating an effect that cascades throughout the economy and multiplies the impact of the initial $5 billion stimulus. Household spending is a key economic driver accounting for more than half of Canada’s GDP (Gross Domestic Product). Businesses need customers to thrive, thus, without customers who can afford to buy what businesses are selling, there’s no incentive for an increase in the production of goods and services. This aids in the explanation on why tax cuts for corporations have failed to create additional job opportunities for citizens. Businesses are not reinvesting their profits, but simply stockpiling them, to the magnitude of hundreds of billions of dollars which
By: Shahan Mahmood
end up in the hands of corporate executives. The Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney has warned the provincial governments about this stash of “dead money.” Clearly, these surpluses need to be put to work in order to create demand for additional goods and services, which in turn create jobs. Likewise, the large proportion of minimum wage workers under the age of 25 also necessitate higher wages. Young workers can also be the breadwinners of a family; engulfed in situations where they must support themselves and dependents. Equally important, young workers’ are often students whose earnings go toward the cost of education, including tuition fees, housing and living expenses. Implementing a decent wage and increasing it annually to keep up with inflation would create a provincial standard that raises low-income workers’ wages to
at least 10% above the poverty line. All in all, establishing a $15 provincial minimum wage is a necessity in our current economy and would set a precedent in every province that workers deserve a sustainable and equitable wage. The government of Ontario needs to acknowledge that full-time workers who are fighting for an increase in the minimum wage are being pragmatic, not bombastic. As James Baldwin, an American social critic, once said, “Anyone who has struggled with poverty knows how extremely expensive it is to be poor.” The fight for a $15 minimum wage is a concrete way to push back against growing inequality and precarious work. So come on Ontario, get on board and let’s make $15 happen. #15andFairness Update: Premier Kathleen Wynne announces plans to implement a $15 minimum wage.
A Letter to My Grade 9 Self // Rishab Swift, 11 You are only in Grade 9 so you may not realize it now, but just know that time will go by more quickly as you grow older. You will realize that time is something that you have less of moving on forward. It is extremely important that you manage your time wisely. That means that you should stop wasting time doing useless things, like watching movies and programming random things. In addition, do not make big deals out of small things. must do while you are in school – buy a lot of bitcoins. Buy as many bitcoins as you can, School will get a lot harder in because trust me, the rates of bitcoins have upcoming years. You will have to pri- increased way more than you can ever imagoritize education over other things ine. In addition to investing in bitcoins, invest because it’s important that you do in yourself. Do things that you love doing, like good in school. Don’t study for a test playing soccer and travelling. It will help free the night before. Likewise, don’t start your mind and help you overcome any stress an assignment the night before it’s that school may be causing. Lastly, don’t take due. There are certain things you everything so seriously.
NO TO MEDICAL MARIJUANA
By: Alyssa Nodello
Photo by Florida Politics. In today’s society marijuana is seen everywhere, and it’s difficult not to know about it as it has so many uses. Medical marijuana became legal in Canada in 2001, and by 2018 all types of cannabis will be legal for those older than 18. Marijuana is usually portrayed as a better alternative to smoking cigarettes because people say it has no carcinogens or tar, but frankly, it has very high levels of both. Marijuana is prescribed for patients with cancer, HIV/AIDs, eating disorders, glaucoma, epileptic seizures or anxiety disorders. Cannabis contains many chemicals, so the drug can target many illnesses by calming anxiety, reducing pain and increasing appetite.
ous and people are uneducated of the harm they’re causing. Marijuana can cause many types of mental issues such as memory loss, anxiety, depression and even schizophrenia. There is a lot of tar and carcinogens in cannabis, so it is being tested to see links to cancer, but it is known to mutate DNA and cause other lung issues due to the deep and prolonged inhalation. Medical marijuana has an array of harmful side effects. The primary active substance in marijuana is called tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), and it can cause long-term changes in the brain. THC affects the chemicals in the brain that transmit information from one neuron to another.
However, when The disruption to people receive a this delicate chemmedical marijuana ical balance and prescription, very cycle can result in few people are inmemory loss, anxiformed about the ety and other neuroterrible side effects. logical conditions. Medical marijuana should be made illegal again because the consequences of cannabis are seri-
Studies have shown that cannabis affects learning, memory and attention even after the drug
has worn off. People who smoke marijuana between five to 20 times a month have 10% more memory problems than non-users. The effects of THC on the brain can be irreparable and lead to psychosis. Psychosis is a very broad spectrum, but many tests have been focusing on the correlation between cannabis and schizophrenia. Some doctors believe that if someone has a predisposition to have schizophrenic genes, the drug can trigger its activation. A test done in Japan examined the gene-controlling receptors in the brain that respond to cannabis. After testing 121 Japanese schizophrenics and a similar amount of healthy men and women, it was concluded by Dr. Hiroshi Ujike that, “These sites are where marijuana acts on the brain. The scientists found distinct abnormalities in DNA among schizophrenics”. Malfunctions in the brain’s marijuana-linked circuitry may make people vulnerable to schizophrenia and smoking the drug may trigger the condition. Schizophrenic individuals have a chance of worsening traits or triggering the condition by smoking cannabis. In summary, medical mari-
juana should become illegal as it has many harmful side effects. Many tests have taken place that proves a strong relationship between marijuana and psychosis; many users develop anxiety, depression, suicidal tendencies or if patients have a predisposition to schizophrenia, can develop that mental health issue. Marijuana has two major carcinogens in it that can cause tumours, bronchitis, damage tissue and lead to cancer.
The way people smoke marijuana can lead to more tar and carcinogens in the lungs. Although medical marijuana can increase appetite, it is usually for high sugar and fat foods with little nutritional value. Those foods are good for weight gain but ultimately make patients more unhealthy. Overall, the consequences of medical marijuana are too severe to balance out the positives, and Canada should not have legalised medical marijuana.
Poetry: A Healing Form in Art // Ayube Abdulle, 11
Poetry was introduced to me as a healing form in art. I developed a loving passion for this type of expression, and I felt as if there was nothing more than letting your pen ink truth. The journey of never wanting to perform in front of an audience up until May 2016 when I finally graced the stage felt frightening, but deep down, I felt as if I belonged up there. I went through most of my life wondering if I would ever get to find my true purpose, and I never thought that it would be writing and sharing my stories. In the summer of 2016, I competed and won every poetry slam which gave me a ticket into the Toronto Poetry Slam Finals, making me the youngest person to ever make it past that stage. My mentor, Transient, who guided me through this journey, allowed me to work by her in creating her company, “Loud Dreams,” which is focused on publishing novels and poetry anthologies. I gained recognition in the poetry scene shortly after as the youth laureate awardee, as well as from being involved in the community. Overall, poetry helped me open my eyes to issues I kept a blind eye to, and made me realize who I am, enabling me to let go of the mistakes that were a burden to my past. In the future, I plan to continue on growing my individual skills while inspiring those around me through my stories.
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The first issue of Mosaic, the official school newspaper for Runnymede Collegiate Institute. June 2017.