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.
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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.
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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.
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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!