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U12A basketball team keeps on winning

UCC’s U12A basketball team’s dominant season continued with a gold medal performance at a recent tournament in Montreal.

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Edward Snowden announced as keynote for World Affairs Conference on Feb. 2

Traitor or hero? Controversial privacy activist Edward Snowden announced as keynote speaker for WAC

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Senior jazz band welcomes guest musician

The senior jazz band welcomed well-known bassist John Yelland to their rehearsal last Tuesday, Jan. 20

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Winterfest warms up UCC

UCC’s hockey, basketball and swim teams were in action for Winterfest on Jan. 23.

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Winterfest Hockey Reception
Varsity hockey alumni invited back for VIP reception

Former varsity hockey players were welcomed to watch the current team at a reception that was part of UCC’s Winterfest.

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Grade 5 students take stand on retailer’s racist t-shirt

What do you do when you find the message on your new baby’s t-shirt offensive to First Nations people? If you’re Grade 5 teacher Jennifer Harper, you do something about it.

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The IB at UCC: Future Possibilities

Students, parents, teachers and alumni reflect on the value of the IB education at Upper Canada College.

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U12A basketball team keeps on winning

UCC’s U12A basketball team’s dominant season continued with a gold medal performance at a recent tournament in Montreal.

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Edward Snowden announced as keynote for World Affairs Conference on Feb. 2

Traitor or hero? Controversial privacy activist Edward Snowden announced as keynote speaker for WAC

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Senior jazz band welcomes guest musician

The senior jazz band welcomed well-known bassist John Yelland to their rehearsal last Tuesday, Jan. 20

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Winterfest warms up UCC

UCC’s hockey, basketball and swim teams were in action for Winterfest on Jan. 23.

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Varsity hockey alumni invited back for VIP reception

Former varsity hockey players were welcomed to watch the current team at a reception that was part of UCC’s Winterfest.

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“UCC P.O. Old Girls” still going strong

Eleven members of the 1994-95 Parents’ Organization still get together every month for lunch.

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MacMillan, Meighen and Zahn join Order of Canada

Michael MacMillan ’74, Michael Meighen and Dr. Catherine Zahn are now members of the Order of Canada.

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Grade 5 students take stand on retailer’s racist t-shirt

What do you do when you find the message on your new baby’s t-shirt offensive to First Nations people? If you’re Grade 5 teacher Jennifer Harper, you do something about it.

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Let’s start a real conversation about racism

Upper School math department chair Deirdre Timusk spoke about racism and her experience teaching black kids in St. Louis, at Upper School assembly on Monday, Jan. 12.

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Our crayfish expert’s research published in prestigious journal

UCC science teacher Premek Hamr’s research on crayfish has been published by Royal Society Publishing.

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Students make art and friends with seniors in new program

UCC students interacted with seniors and made things from clay as part of a new school program.

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Program introduces Grade 8 boys to developmentally delayed kids

A program is connecting UCC Grade 8 boys with developmentally delayed students from other schools.

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Nurse

With four kids under age eight, most working moms would barely find time to make dinner. On the other hand, Avia Peacock, UCC’s nurse, found time to become a semi-professional marathon runner.

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Anthony HuaAnthony Hua
Student, Grade 9

Year 2 Rubik’s Cube whiz Anthony Hua has made wealthy, influential friends lately. Ranked 41st in Canada, after solving the puzzle in 12.13 seconds, he is now creating customized Cubes for some very famous people.

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Old Boy

Jameel Jaffer ’90′s role with the American Civil Liberties Union has put him at the forefront of hot-button topics that have sweeping ramifications around the globe.

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tomTom Szaky
Old Boy

As a UCC student who’d recently emigrated from Hungary, Tom Szaky ’01 caught the entrepreneurial bug by observing his peers’ parents. “All these parents in successful businesses opened my eyes in a cool way.”

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ty.jpgTy Greenberg
Student, Grade 8

Ty Greenberg emerged as his Grade 7 valedictorian last year after just one year at UCC. He attributes his success to the fact “new boys” become “one of the boys” in no time.

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Adrian and Andrew PelIt’s “three for three” Old Boy brothers at Cambridge
Old Boy

The three Pel brothers are making a habit out of attending Cambridge University.

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Philadelphia Flyers v Ottawa SenatorsColin Greening
Old Boy

Colin Greening ’05 has almost three years of NHL hockey under his belt, as an Ottawa Senators forward. And he’s also the poster boy for “all-rounder,” when you factor in the top grades he maintained at Cornell University.

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John GrahamJohn Graham
Old Boy

John Graham ’52 is a former Canadian diplomat who served as a spy for the CIA in Cuba in 1963 and 1964.

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