Veni, Vidi, Vici Club


Leader(Founder) : Rubani Singh (Grade 12)
Description : When I came back from Sunia (Seminar United Nations International Affairs), I came back inspired. The presentations presented to me really moved and inspired me. We did a candle walk on a serious problem that aboriginal women face on a daily basis in the country that you and me live in, in Canada. All the councillors and a representative from AIDS made us aware about some more universal problems and provided us with volunteering opportunities to help out. Last but certainly not the least was the civil war in Syria. It was the topic that we had the security council on. I represented Lebanon, the country who’s 2/3 population consists of refugees. The in depth research introduced me how many problems Lebanon has been facing even after the help they are providing. So this group, Veni, Vidi, Vici which means “I came, I saw, I conquered.” I aim to make our school more aware of what is going on around the world. As a school collectively we can raise money, even if its a little, it can make a difference.

Anyone who wishes to be part of this group to make a difference and feel glorified, you can join the group on Facebook:


About J.V. Tomas

| Pray | Love | Study | Travel | Adventure | Blog | Photography | That's JV's life! Juliver Tomas completed his final year as a full International Baccalaureate student at McNally High School this year (2014). He was the Editor-in-Chief of the official student publication of his previous school, Dorganda High School, back in the Philippines. However, they used "Filipino" as the main medium of their publication that is why expect grammatical errors or "carabao English" on this blog (He is improving his vocab tho). He was also the Editor-in-chief of the school magazine of McNally High School - the McNally Tiger Magazine. He attended various press conferences and competitions. He won the Journalist of the Year award at their school and was the Valedictorian of his class (Class of 2012). He is looking forward to be a Doctor someday and is planning to take a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences at the University of Alberta next fall. He is currently a World Vision Ambassador and a part of the Red Cross Youth Leaders (RCYL) in Edmonton. He is really engaged in any activities. He loves Sciences, Journalism and Social Justice/Human Rights. He believes in the saying that "Teamwork Makes The Dreamwork"

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