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Item · December 14, 2020
Part of Appleby College Fonds

Item consists of a digital file of The Appleby Hound student newspaper. This issue discusses the end of the year, the COVID 19 pandemic and social distancing, debating the pros and cons of semestered or all year courses, cohorts created during COVID, there is a news section details events around the world including different genocides, civil and minority rights including George Floyd reflections and monolith installations around the world. There are also sports articles including about the death of a famous soccer player and the return of the NBA, as well as an article debating the different game system consoles. This edition also includes some book reviews, Appleby Middle School news, Christmas preparations and cookie recipes. Finally there is an advice column.

Quarterly 2013_SUMMER
Item · Summer 2013
Part of Appleby College Fonds

Item consists of the Summer 2013 edition of the Appleby Quarterly magazine. It includes articles on the role of Head Prefect, an update on the continued Centennial Classroom renewal for the Memorial Classroom Building, an interview with Innes van Norstrand - Principal of Appleby College, an in depth look at the Middle School experience and the history of the Junior School including Nightingale House. It also includes an article about the Sir Edmund Walker Scholarship Programme.

Quarterly 2000_04
Item · Apr. 2000
Part of Appleby College Fonds

Item consists of the April 2000 edition of the Appleby Quarterly magazine. It includes articles on the official opening of Willis Hall, Appleby's first purpose built performance space, Appleby purchases the Cedar Croft cabin lands to add 2.4 hectare (six acres) of land to the College campus. It also includes an article about Appleby College hosting the Round Square conference, as well as changes to the academic structure including Campbell MacKay being appointed the schools first 'Associate Headmaster' and the creation of three 'schools' on campus: a Middle School, an Upper School and a Senior school. The terms 'Junior Year' and 'Senior Year' have been changed to 'Senior One' and 'Senior Two'.