Science has for centuries, been a male dominant academic area. In fact, most academic areas have been male dominant. Women have had a very small amount of impact in the various fields of science in the past, due to sexist beliefs. There have been so many restrictions to women and their right to do things. Voting, equal pay, fighting for their country and even having access to a proper education is still unavailable to many females of the world. As a female, I’m lucky to be able to study, read, write, and go to school in an era where it … Continue reading Women in Science
70 students from across Lyndale Secondary College participated in a survey over the last week. Some of the answers may surprise you, take a look! Continue reading Fun facts about students at Lyndale!
Reading Coach Samuel went around Lyndale Secondary College and asked students/teacher questions regarding their faith. He has collected information throughout the year 9 students and teachers. “We can all learn… is to always be open-minded and to never judge something … Continue reading How Lyndale students and teachers view religion?
It’s hard not to think about the upcoming assessments. With these tips to destress, you reassure yourself and build a stronger sense of confidence! Shake off that pre-exam stress Do you ever get that feeling that you haven’t worked hard? … Continue reading Destress BEFORE, DURING or AFTER an exam!
By Bokthiyar 1. Reading Ambassadors Reading Ambassadors is a club designed for students who are book lovers. Students and teachers get together to discuss the books that they are currently reading and also look over new books that have been … Continue reading Want to join a club? Here’s all you need to know
Hello, sat Shree akal, namaskar or adabh. It’s the year of 2020! It’s the year where one after another pandemic has hit and we survived as a whole, despite our gender. We as a whole whether women or men, girls … Continue reading Women’s Empowerment Principles: Turning a decade of lessons into ambitious actions!
“Focus on personal development, the more you read and improve as individual, the better your circumstances will become.” – leo alhalabi – Quick question, have you ever wondered about what past Lyndale students are up to now? This is Leo … Continue reading What are past LYNDALE students doing NOW?
a guide to becoming politically active for high school students Continue reading How To Be POLITICAL When You Can’t VOTE