The Telegram is Cedar’s monthly magazine. It is produced and written by students, for students. It’s an opportunity for students to develop and hone their skills as reporters and writers.
With utmost attention paid to maintaining behaviour, academic performance, and attendance all year round; Cedar expects these students to serve as role-models for their peers.
Student Advisory: The Why’s and What’s
The Department of Student Advisory has been instated with the aim of providing students with facilities best suited for their personal and…
Feb 12, 2019 / 4min read. Read More
Smells Like Team Spirit
A sense of belonging is vital for an individual’s growth — both personal and social. When we speak of ‘school spirit’, we refer to the…
Jan 31, 2019 / 3min read. Read More
Introducing Cedar College’s Harassment Policy
Cedar College has a zero-tolerance policy for bullying and harassment of any nature. After observing and discussing student and parental…
Jan 15, 2019 / 5min read. Read More
The Dos and Don’ts of a College Application Essay
If you’re preparing to head off to university in the near future, you might have tuned i n to one not-so-fun fact: it’s not an overnight…
Dec 12, 2018 / 5min read. Read More
What Relevance Does a Digital Media Department Have in A Levels?
For any A Level institution to do well, it is important to connect with the student body. Providing students with premium education is…
Dec 08, 2018 / 4min read. Read More
Empathy is an act that encourages one to put themselves in another person’s shoes. It urges one to think and feel from from another’s…
Dec 04, 2018 / 2min read. Read More
The trend of blogging has greatly risen since platforms like WordPress and Medium have emerged. There is nothing more ideal than having a…
Nov 30, 2018 / 6min read. Read More
Cedar’s first ever podcast series launched with the intention to highlight topics’ relevant to students of this day and age; not only touching up on topics regarding academia, but aiming to have meaningful conversations about distinct areas. Students and professionals are invited to be a part of this and shed light on their personal perspective/experiences to help give our student body some real-life insight.
Listen Up! This weeks topic: Anti-Bullying Campaign Episode 1SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/cedar-college/listen-up-this-weeks-topic-anti-bullying-episode-1?in=cedar-college/sets/listen-up
"Listen Up!" is a podcast series, featuring Natasha Japanwala, Faris Khalid and Asad Hashamali. They aim to highlight topics pertinent to today's students. The first episode is centered around the Anti-bullying Campaign, which has been going on at Cedar for a few weeks now. Listen to them as they share their experiences and insight as to what may lead certain individuals to become bullies.
If you feel like you have been bullied, then reach out and ask for help. Do not stay quiet. Remember: it's not okay.
Listen Up! This weeks topic: Self Discovery (Episode 2)SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/cedar-college/listen-up-this-weeks-topic-self-discovery-episode-2
It's human nature to want to be surrounded by people and have a shoulder to lean on. However, there's a fine line between having friends and basing your entire life and identity around them. In this podcast, we discuss how spending time by yourself is important for growth and discovery. May it be silent drives back home, reading a book or even talking to yourself while doing everyday chores - one needs time to themselves to think and understand who they are, and to learn to live independently.
Listen Up! This weeks topic: Collaborate vs Compete (Episode 3)Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/cedar-college/listen-up-episode-3-audio
This week, Faris, Natasha and Asad talk about how students are set in an environment filled with unhealthy competition. Here is their take on how we, as a society, can foster an environment of collaboration in any institution we are a part of.
Have any questions or topics you'd like us to touch? Let us know by commenting below!
This series started off later in 2017, with the sole purpose to highlight numerous passions of various individuals. Ranging from faculty members, to support staff, and our vast student body – 10 episodes of Passion Project have been released to date. Through this, Cedar College managed to tune in to some distinct passions of diverse individuals on campus. All the way from playing musical instruments like Sitar, to a passion of cars and Lego; this project aimed to capture, encourage, and enlighten all members of the Cedar family.
#PassionProject: Dillon D'Cruz (Episode 1)This week, we're launching a new series, where we will bring you people from across the Cedar family who have one thing in common: they all possess an undeniable and untamable passion for something. Whether it's singing or painting or swimming or writing, we wanted to share the stories of people who chased their curiosity, who spend time doing something for the sheer love of it alone. We hope this will inspire you to take your own leap of faith and invest in something that brings you joy and makes you feel alive.
Meet Dillon D’Cruz, an aspiring artist who explains the joy of being able to explore himself through painting; how significant art is in his life; and the difficulties an artist faces during the process of creation.
#PassionProject: Subhan Zafar (Episode 2)Meet Subhan Zafar, an automobile enthusiast who found beauty and excitement in the entire experience of making, driving and exploring various automobiles from a very young age. In this video, he shares his artwork and his story of how he came to appreciate the world of motor sports and cars.
#PassionProject: Zufashan Hasan (Episode 3)Zufashan Hasan, teacher of A Level Law at Cedar, talks about her love for classical music and how she started playing the sitar. In this video, she shares her journey, the struggles of being a sitarist, and how her passion keeps her going.
We communicate with our students in a number of ways. One key practice we have adopted is to connect with them outside of school, via the use of social networking. Heres some of the content we make to engage with our students!