By Sascha Magnus
“The cold weather here is kind of depressing. So I told this to my adviser. She told me to get a light box from the university health services, and shine it over my body in order to simulate sunlight. She was being serious.”– Tanya Mair 201o Campion graduate now attending Harvard
It is that time of year when we all get a little jittery. The same questions run through all of our minds: What do I ...
Written by: Chantelle Dallas, Ashley Edwards & Dellie-Ann Green
Bright and early on a warm September morning, Campion opened its doors to their first
formers. These ‘newbies’ kissed their parents goodbye and lugged their heavy school bags (they would soon learn seasoned students never carried such heavy totes) to their new classrooms. Many saw old enemies from primary or prep school, but these grudges were put aside. After all, there were so many new friends to be made. ...
The Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (PCJ) an agency of the Ministry of Energy and Mining has special responsibility to accelerate the implementation of the national energy policy, particularly the use of renewable and energy efficient technologies in Jamaica. The PCJ through its Energy Conservation Incentive Programme for Schools sees this as a medium through which the message of alternative energy sources as well as energy conservation and efficiency may be promoted.
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Writer: Brian Kazaara
Much like the Arsenal team of the 2003/2004 season, Campion College’s tennis team is the unbeaten team in red, brimming with individual talent. Though Arsenal is a football team from London there are a number of similarities that both teams share in the arena (no pun intended) of sports. Unlike the then unbeaten Arsenal, however, Campion’s tennis team seems destined to repeat their title as champions of the LIME 2010 Inter-Secondary Schools’ Tennis Competition.
Writer: Ashley Edwards
On October 22, 2010, the Campion College Boy’s Rugby Team played four intense and captivating matches in a tournament against Greater Portmore High, St. Georges High, Vauxhall High and Tarrant High Schools. Unfortunately for the members of the Campion College Rugby Team, the tournament started over an hour late around the same time their food arrived. Yet, on empty stomachs they persevered!