Why I Code

By Charles Zhang People often ask me why I like to code. The answer is complicated, but I would tell them that coding is an art through which I can represent who I am. Through code, I can contribute to others and make people’s lives better. Through code, I can see the world. First of … Continue reading Why I Code


Social Media For Social Justice

By Amy Zhang What was unthinkable ten or fifteen years ago is undeniable now; social media plays an incredibly influential part in daily life and cell phones keep people connected at all times; they have essentially become an extension of oneself. While those who use social media are often frowned upon or dismissed as the … Continue reading Social Media For Social Justice

A Place of Learning

By Matija Stojanovic Lisgar is a unique place: few schools in Ottawa carry an academic reputation like it, and nearly every graduating student has a plan for university or college.The vast majority of these students will move onto fields in science, technology, engineering and math, with a small minority going into humanities, arts and trades.This limited … Continue reading A Place of Learning