Issue 1.2 May 2003

Index
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Newsletter Articles:
Chris Durning Interview
Cyrano de Bergerac
Matrix Reloaded Review

Vitalis Newspaper
Issue 3:

AHL vs. Junior Hockey
Canadian Idol
Coffee House
Decriminalizing Weed
Dumb Warnings
Grad Advice
Hockey Fever
Sport of Juggling
Kiss and Tell
Marks
Music for the 21st Century
Musical
Pop Stars?
Save the World
Puppy Mills
Homer vs. Peter
When Should School Begin?
Ashamed of Colour?
Wintersleep
Student Artwork

Vitalis Newspaper
Issue 2:

Age Discrimination
Bathroom Graffiti
Cell phones
Cheerleading
Got Milk?
Horoscopes
Internet Safety
The Mad Dash
Mass Media Monster
My World
Nature vs. Nurture
I Never Believed in Miracles
Proud to be a Hound
Public Transportation
Picking on Saint John
Roses, Rubbers & Rainbows
Rugby
Secret, Underlying Concern
Summer Crossword
Vegetarians
War in Iraq
Whose is it now?

E-mail Newsletter
Newsletter Editor:
Paul Saulnier

Vitalis Editors:
Julia Wright
Jessica Vihvelin

E-mail: newsletter@sjhigh.ca

This newsletter is a compilation of various news articles written by students of Saint John High School. Any student is free to submit an article for inclusion in the newsletter.

If you're interested in writing for this newsletter, please send an email to newsletter@sjhigh.ca.

The Sport of Juggling
by Wayne MacAulay
The sport of juggling requires an enormous amount of concentration and discipline. It takes many years of practice to be able to make a living as the Buskers do. Many people who try this skill lack the discipline to stay with it and give up after only a few tries, thinking that either youíre good or youíre not. The truth is that nobody can just pick up three balls one day and magically start to juggle. You need to always concentrate on what youíre doing and not at who is watching you or anything else that may be on your mind. It may take you a year of juggling two in one hand before you can even add in the third ball. Some people are talented enough to juggle such things as chainsaws and torches while riding a unicycle but they have been practicing for years. No doubt they started just like everyone else, with three balls, then step-by-step they learned and perfected new tricks and added them together to create a juggling show. If youíre interested in juggling, donít try doing these death defying tricks; learn one at a time like riding the unicycle then juggling knives or torches, only after youíve mastered the art of juggling. Then just put it all together and you will be one of the show stopping jugglers.