BLUE THREAD
06
hello + goodbye
IN THIS ISSUE
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Charlotte Lay
Blue Thread is up and running again, baby! I am proud to introduce the long-awaited issue
20. Things might look a little different as you page through our very own digital Parel
Vallei world, but we’re still the same, old Blue Thread team, working tirelessly to bring you
magic between our pages. And, believe me, it has been tireless. With our whole team
working remotely, there have been endless Google Docs links, streams of Whatsapps and
the onerous task of navigating our new and oh, so trendy platform, Canva ('Oatmeal'
Instagrammers, hold onto your seats). It hasn’t been easy, but having the privilege of
clicking the ‘publish’ button every term makes it all worthwhile.
This term, to honour the memory of Mr Visser, we have stepped into room 814 to display
his students' designs. Our covers were designed by Shannon Swanepoel (who achieved
100% for her final project, no less) and subsections were chosen from a selection of his
top matric students of 2020, whom we thank for their contribution. We couldn't begin to
articulate our gratitude towards Mr Visser, and hope you cherish his impact in a way you
feel fit. Mr Visser is not the only person we had to say goodbye to this term. Blue Thread
bid farewell to a beloved member of our family, Mrs Yoko, who has immigrated to
England. Mrs Yoko had an indelible impact on us and we will miss her good-natured spirit
and the advice she shared over grammatically incorrect mugs of tea.
So, grab your beverage of choice and get your fill of all that Issue 20 has to offer by saying
hello to our ‘brakkies’ and goodbye to our matrics (matrics, we’re not finished with you
just yet.) We also greet the new (ish) council and introduce our Blue Thread team for 2021,
and if your ‘discover weekly’ playlist has been lacking recently, I’m sure there are a few
jams up your street. Our holiday reads boast reviews and research articles but if that’s not
your scene, our fashion shoot is just a mouse click away.
It feels good to once again be signing off with the archetypal ‘safe travels’ sentiment so
remember to mask up, rest up and, as always, Blue Thread will be back to welcome you
next term.
Your Editor-in-Chief,
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
writer CHARLOTTE LAY | designer CHARLOTTE LAY
HELLO
AND
GOODBYE
designer LOUIS BOTHA
MEET OUR BLUE THREAD TEAM FOR
2020
Editor in Chief - Charlotte Lay (top left)
Head of Design - Brigit Burger (top right)
Sub-Editor - Hanna van Zyl (centre left)
Sub-Editor - Nerise Malan (centre right)
Head of Photography - Asher Adams (bottom left)
Graphic designer - Carlton Kok (bottom right)
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Journalist - Anya Marx (top left)
Journalist/photographer - Christian Kotzé (top right)
Journalist/photographer/designer - Caitlin Schoeman (bottom left)
Journalist - Elizma van Geest (bottom right)
Photographer - Connor Perfett (top left)
Photographer - Adriana van der Spuy (top right)
Cartoonist - Nicole Andre-Salgueiro (centre left)
Photographer - Semicka Groves (centre right)
Photographer - Angela Scott (bottom left)
Photographer - Adam Fredericks (bottom right)
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Designer - Benjamin Kleyn (top left)
Designer - Stella Savidis (top right)
Designer - Jandré Erasmus (bottom left)
Designer - Chloe Pandaram (bottom right)
designer CHARLOTTE LAY
art is when a human
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HELLO TO OUR PREFECTS FOR
Head prefects | Dylan Janse van Rensburg | Megan Mol
Akademie | Yesol Jeong | Adriana van der Spuy | Tian Groenewald
Culture | Juné Kruger | Diana Millard | Griffin Poole
Gemeenskap | Jelena Jerling | Anja Buys | Ingrid Woeke
Tradition | Odia Tshilumbu | Felico Olivier | Sarah Jones
RCL | Nerise Malan | Ben Shirnig | Anouk Eager
Media | Charlotte Lay | Mari Diedericks | Adam Fredericks
Sport | Kyle Kirstein | Lanah Nel | Jessica Lochner
Nassau | Ruth Benson | Layla Morris | Azelle Geldenhuys
Stella | Lauren Bennell | Kym Mahundi | Géan van Wyk
Aberdeen | Daniel Krige | Shane Blair | Monique van Greuning
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GR 8 ORIENTATION
FROM BRAKKIES
Cheesy catchphrases and nicknames in the
Grade 8 booklet, Bricks decorated
with everything from scuba masks to
mermaid tails, the embarrassing dance, and
finally, the dreaded Grade 8 test. Every year
the Grade 8 Orientation has the same
recipe, however, 2021 had one minor change
in store: you could only see half of
their eager-masked faces. This year marks
the first orientation that had to work
around Corona like Sebastian had to work
around that Chef in ‘The Little Mermaid.’
Has this year started a new recipe?
Nothing screams ‘eager’ like arriving half an
hour early to the first day of school.
Well, about 75% of the grade was that eager
and the same enthusiasm lasted for
their next four ‘first days.’ It was a wonderful
feeling to see them so excited to be
part of the PV family, if only that enthusiasm
lasted until the prefects asked them to
do the commands. After a bit of convincing
they were flopping on the ground like
fish when they heard the words, ‘Fish out of
water!’ and were running in slow
motion when they heard, ‘Baywatch!’
During their orientation week, the Grade 8s
got to spend more time getting to
know their tutor teachers, their subject
teachers, and their way around the school
before actual school began. I remember my
first day of ‘actual school,’ I just had three
days of orientation and
after meeting my register teacher (as they
were called back then)
for the first time that morning, I managed to
get lost seven times, run away from a couple of
scary matrics and forget half of my teachers’
names before break.
Unfortunately, due to Covid, there was no
Grade 8 camp. The prefects made up for
it in the only way possible…with water guns! On
Thursday and Friday, the Grade 8s
were told to bring black bags so that the tie-
dye does not get on their clothes. Once
the bags were on, the prefects shot the Grade
8s and each other with water.
Finger painting, tie-dye and corona-friendly
games were also on the agenda. Of course the
traditional events of singing the school song on
repeat until your vocal cords go
numb, practicing the Grade 8 dance until you
want to go on vacation in Bali and
writing the very serious and petrifying Grade 8
test could not have been left out of
the equation.
On Monday morning, each Grade 8 walked into
the school as a ‘brakkie’. On Friday
afternoon they walked out as an almost
bulldog, with a keychain, a letter, a
chocolate, and with the anxiety of wondering
whether they passed their dreadful Grade 8
test and would be allowed to wear their blazer.
The recipe of orientation week might have
changed, but the core ingredients of
being a PV student are in almost every recipe of
which you can think.
writer NERISE MALAN | photographer ADAM FREDERICKS| designer BRIGIT BURGER
...TO BULLDOGS
TRENDING
designer DANIELLE KLEYN
THIS TERM'S PICKS
Alabama Shakes - Sound & Color Folklore - Taylor Swift
Letterboxd - Social film discovery Headspace - meditation and sleep made
simple
The Makery Collection - Bead jewellery
& accessories from
South Africa & beyond
We are EGG - An omni-channel platform
designed to co-create, co-lab and co-evolve
the future of retail
Wilbur Soot - Musician, streamer &
Youtuber
Amanda Gorman - Poet & activist
writer CHARLOTTE LAY | designer CHARLOTTE LAY
Rita is Gone - The Marcus King Band
Leave the door open - Anderson. Paak &
Bruno Mars
Pay the man - Foster The People
Where'd all the time go - Dr. Dog
Too Late To Turn Back Now - Cornelius
Brothers & Sister - Rose
Waterloo Sunsets - The Kinks
Shy Away - Twenty One Pilots
Verander - Spoegwolf
We Are The People - Empire of the Sun
911 - Lady Gaga
Good Days - SZA
Didn't I - Darondo
Too Late - The Happy Fits
Runaway - Ziggy Alberts
playlist
photographer ASHER ADAMS | designer CHARLOTTE LAY
Dit is geen geheim dat die 2020 grendeltydperk ‘n hele paar nuwejaarsvoorneminge
in hul wiele gery het nie. Daar is tog net soveel vir hoërskoolleerders om in hul
huise te doen wat nie skoolwerk of Netflix behels nie - die een kollewyntjieresep
het gelei tot die volgende een en voor jy jou oë kon uitvee, het die helfde van Parel
Vallei se leerders verander in professionele bakkers.
Ongelukkig het die skaal saam met die hoeveelheid lekkernye eksponensieël
gegroei. Die groot vraag is dus, hoe verloor jy gewig in die middel van ‘n pandemie?
Dit was nie lank voordat bykans die hele internet gegons het met die nuutste
fiksheidsvideo’s van die gewildste sosiale media fiksheidsinstrukteurs nie. Al hoe
meer mense het weggestap van die yskas en in ‘n splinternuwe gesondheidsroetine
ingeklim. Weg is die dae van duur lidmaatskappe by gyms – wie het tog ‘n privaat
instrukteur nodig as jy vir Chloe Ting of Pamela Reiff het?
Die pandemie het plekgemaak vir doodnormale mense om six packs te kry sonder
om een enkele sent te spandeer. YouTube en Tiktok het omtrent oorgeloop van
verskillende oefeninge wat jou tjoef-tjaf die ekstra pandemie-kilogramme laat
groet. Daar was ‘n instroming fiksheidsuitdagings en -programme waaraan jy kon
deelneem in die gemaklikheid en veiligheid van jou eie huis.
Jy weet jy het die toppunt van selfontwikkeling bereik as jy fiks is gedurende ‘n
wêreld pandemie en die met slegs ‘n paar YouTube video’s. Ek weet nie hoe
gelukkig Virgin Active is oor die nuwe digitale fiksheidsera nie, maar ek is seker dat
ons LO-onderwysers baie trots is op die leerders wat na hul asems juig en sweet op
hul sitkamermatte.
DIE PANDEMIE-
KILOGRAMME
writer HANNA VAN ZYL | designer CHARLOTTE LAY
THE MAURITANIAN
There’s no doubt that director Kevin
Macdonald (The Last King of Scotland ) has an
uncanny ability to understand a story and
visually represent it in a realistic yet artistic
way. After all, he did win an Oscar for his
documentary, One Day in September - which
is why I was very excited to see his new film,
based on a true story, The Mauritanian.
This film tells the story of Mohamedou Ould
Slahi (Tahar Rahim) , a 14 year prisoner in the
Guantanamo Bay detention camp. "Guilty
until proven innocent," echoes throughout
the movie. In other words, it represents a
modern day How to Kill a Mockingbird.
The film focuses on his life and the lives of his
lawyer (Jodie Foster), her translator (Shailene
Woodley) and the lead prosecutor (Benedict
Cumberbatch) and their journey to prove the
guilt/innocence of Mr. Slahi.
To be completely honest, this film wasn't as
great as I expected it to be. The screenplay
and story was very well written, the
cinematography and the acting were good,
but nothing that would encourage me to
recommend it above any other movie in it's
Thriller/ Drama genre. I must say though,
the casting was impeccable. Mohamedou was
almost identical - the same for the rest of the
cast.
As a seventeen year old watching this film, I
found it rather slow. Two hours felt like two
hours, which is what I should've expected as
this film was no blockbuster, but it wasn't as
much of a slow burner either.
I would definitely agree with the guidelines
recommending it to people above the age
of seventeen (R) as the imagery becomes
very graphic towards the second half of the
film.
It is an eye-opening piece of cinema that
reminds us of corruption and that many
things are swept under the carpet in
society. It shows how much the apathy of
pedestrians and people in important
positions can affect the lives of those who
are being unjustly prosecuted. It shows real
ways of torment and torture, from the book
Guantanamo Diary - written by
Mohamedou himself.
The acting did not exceed expectations,
which was expected. Benedict
Cumberbatch portrayed his role the best in
my opinion, but then again, it is Benedict
Cumberbatch. The roles didn't force
anyone except Rahim to step out of their
comfort zones.
Overall, this film provided me with a deeper
insight into true events and it kept my
interest, although it didn't fully capture my
awe. I would rate it 7 out of 10.
THE MAURITANIAN
writer CAITLIN SCHOEMAN | designer CAITLIN SCHOEMAN
What do you get when you morph Downton Abbey, Pride and Prejudice and soccer?
The English Game.
Set in 1879 England, this fictional story introduces us to Arthur Kinnaird (Edward
Holcroft), captain of the unbeaten Old Etonians football club. Arthur Kinnaird is a
Mill-owner, spending his leisurely hours dining with his wealthy friends, playing
snooker and spending time with his pregnant wife, Margaret Alma Kinnaird
(Charlotte Hope).
Their relationship has a few ups and downs throughout the series, conflict arising
when Margaret disagrees with Arthur’s prejudice against the mill-workers' soccer
team, Darwen, and when Margaret discovers the brutal and unadorned truth of
orphanages in the late 1800’s.
The Darwen soccer team is led by Fergus Suter (Kevin Gutherie), working alongside
his teammates in the mills. Fergus is new to town but salt of the earth, an introvert
with a passion for soccer. His talent and motivation lead his team through the
Football Association Cup (FA Cup) to the finals against yours truly, the Old Etonians.
This series tells the story of how modern-day football came to be. It shows us the
conflict between upper and lower class and answers the question, are all people
equal when it comes to the rules of the game?
This series also shows us the lives of the individual wins and losses, not only in the
game. It highlights the importance of loyalty: when Fergus’ talent is scouted and he’s
offered a spot in an upper-class soccer team, he accepts the opportunity. Who can
blame him? He needs the money. In fact, he did need the money, but I won’t spoil any
of his family affairs.
This is a well-crafted series, sincere and truthful in the strife of the upper and lower
classes. I would recommend it to all period-drama enthusiasts and soccer
supporters, and maybe even people who just enjoy listening to a posh British accent.
THE ENGLISH GAME
writer CAITLIN SCHOEMAN | designer BENJAMIN KLEYN
If you’ve watched David Attenborough’s most recent documentary on Netflix, you’ll
know that our planet is currently in a steep decline. But fortunately for us, there is
a glimmer of hope on the horizon and that glimmer of hope’s name is Treetery.
Treetery is an ethical eatery in the Trading Post building in Myburgh Road – close
to the business centre of Somerset West. Their menu is 100% plant-based with a
variety of smoothies, smoothie chia bowls, cold-pressed juices, yummy flapjacks
and toasties to choose from. All of their fruits and veggies are sourced from local
farms to support and uplift the community and their packaging is biodegradable
and re-usable.
They’re not only ethical – they’re aesthetic too! Their food and ceramic cutlery
looks like it stepped out of a Pinterest photo and the decor transports you to a
tranquil forest. I was quite surprised to find myself in Somerset West after I
stepped out into the real world again.
The best part of Treetery is that they are not only vegan and ethical – they’re
affordable too! I nearly laughed out loud when I saw their prices – not because it
was ridiculous, but because I was brimming with joy. Finally, great, vegan food that
does not break the bank!
Pop in for a takeaway or sit down and escape in this plant-based heaven. You are
sure to be greeted with a warm smile and a delicious plate of food.
TREAT YO’SELF AT
TREETERY
writer HANNA VAN ZYL | photographer HANNA VAN ZYL | designer CHARLOTTE LAY
FASH
ION
photographers ASHER ADAMS , CARLTON KOK | designer BRIGIT BURGER
MODELS
ONE ONE
FOUR
Daar is niks soos ‘n wêreld pandemie wat jou laat smag na ‘n eilandvakansie of ‘n
naweek in die bos nie. 2020 het mense in hul huise toegesluit – die lughawens was
leeg, hoofpaaie stil en meeste gesoute reisigers het gely aan dwaallustigheid.
Avonturiers wat vasgekeer was in hul huise het amper hoop opgegee - voordat die
reisbedryf álmal verbaas het. As jy nie die perd na die water toe kan lei nie...
Die pandemie het plekgemaak vir ‘n splinternuwe digitale manier van reis, met private
toere van die Sahara-woestyn, ‘n kookklas in die middel van die Amazone-oerwoud en
‘n besonderse sterrekyk-ervaring in Ysland. Alles privaat en regstreeks op jou skerm
in jou huis! Jy kon die hele wêreld sien en eerstehands beleef met die hulp van virtuele
toergidse op AirBnB.
Dit is heel eenvoudig – laai die AirBnB-toep op jou foon af en bespreek ‘n virtuele
ervaring. Jy kan na hartelus deur honderde en honderde verskillende aanlynreise kyk
en die perfekte een kies – van ‘n swempie saam met dolfyne in Bali, tot ‘n sonopkoms
in die Serengeti. Die virtuele ervaring word gelei deur jou eie private reisgids wat
regstreeks met jou kommunikeer en die ervaring met jou deel.
En as jy nie lus is vir ‘n private ervaring nie, kan jy altyd op een van Wild Earth se
oggend- of aand safari’s klim op YouTube. Sien hoe die son opkom oor die
Afrikavlakte en beleef die bos in jou huis vir drie ure in die oggend of in die
laatmiddag.
Reis is nou bekostigbaar en toeganklik tot enigiemand in enige plek in die wêreld. Laat
staan maar die verskonings by die agterdeur – dit is tyd om van die huis af te reis!
REIS BY DIE HUIS
writer HANNA VAN ZYL | designer CHARLOTTE LAY
Mars 2020 is a Mars rover mission
forming part of NASA's Mars Exploration
Program that includes the rover
Perseverance, nicknamed Percy, and the
small robotic helicopter Ingenuity.
Mars 2020 was launched from Earth on
an Atlas V launch vehicle on 30 July 2020,
and confirmation of touch down in
Jezero crater on Mars was received on 18
February 2021. The launch of Mars 2020
was the third of three space missions
sent toward Mars during the July 2020
Mars launch window, with missions also
launched by the national space agencies
of the United Arab Emirates ( with the
orbiter Hope on 19 July) and China (with
an orbiter, lander, and rover on 23 July).
Perseverance was designed with help
from Curiosity's engineering team, as
both are quite similar and share common
hardware. Engineers redesigned
Perseverance's wheels to be more robust
than Curiosity's, which, after kilometres
of driving on the Martian surface, have
shown progressed deterioration.
Perseverance has thicker, more durable
aluminium wheels. The combination of
the larger instrument suite, new
Sampling and Caching System, and
modified wheels makes Perseverance 14
percent heavier than Curiosity, at 1 025
kg and 899 kg respectively.
A Multi-Mission Radio-isotope
Thermoelectric Generator (MMRTG), left
over as a backup part for Curiosity during
its construction, was integrated onto the
rover to supply electrical power.
In May 2020, NASA attached a small
aluminum plate on Perseverance to
commemorate the impact of COVID-19
pandemic and pay "tribute to the
perseverance of healthcare workers around
the world". The plate features the Rod of
Asclepius holding planet Earth, with a
trajectory line showing the Mars 2020
spacecraft launching from and departing
Earth.
The first of the Mars rovers’ objectives to
achieve during its long and prosperous life
is to search on and below the surface for
signs of current or past life. This was the
main factor in choosing the rover’s landing
site, the Jezero crater.
This 45-kilometre-wide crater is believed
to have previously been home to a river
indicated by the remains of a river delta like
structures similar to the delta of the
Mississippi river. It is believed that this
crater was flooded with water some 3.5
billion years ago. This makes it the ideal
location to collect rock and mud samples
for further study.
These samples are set to be collected by a
future NASA Mars sample-return mission.
Mars Missions: NASA’s Perserverance
and Ingenuity for Mars explorations.
Curiosity killed the Martians, Perseverance brought them back.
The Scanning Habitable Environments
with Raman & Luminescence for
Organics & Chemicals, nicknamed
SHERLOC is mounted on the rover's
robotic arm. SHERLOC uses cameras,
spectrometers, and a laser to search
for organics and minerals that have
been altered by watery environments
and may be signs of past microbial life.
In addition to its black-and-white
context camera, SHERLOC is assisted
by WATSON, a colour camera for
taking close-up images of rock grains
and surface textures.
The second goal for this brave rover is
to prepare the dusty grounds for
future expeditions. This however will
not only happen during his journey on
the surface, but during the landing
process. Before the Mars 2020 mission,
the success rate for manmade crafts
landing on Mars was at a slim 40%.
But, with the new landing technology -
InSight’s EDL seismometers - used on
the Perseverance rover, scientists and
engineers were able to discover new,
better ways for future crafts to land on
the rough terrain. Not only will Percy
help future astronauts to get there, but
it will help with their survival.
Onboard the rover is a 17-kilogram
experiment: The Mars Oxygen In-Situ
Resource Utilization Experiment
(MOXIE). This device can convert the
Martian carbon dioxide filled air in to
pure oxygen, a crucial development for
future life on mars.
The third and final goal is to assist in
the development of the Mars
helicopter, Ingenuity.
Ingenuity is a robotic helicopter that
will demonstrate the technology for
rotorcraft flight in the extremely thin
atmosphere of Mars. The aircraft will
be deployed from the rover's deck,
and is expected to fly up to five times
during its 30-day test campaign early
in the mission.
Each flight will take no more than 90
seconds, at altitudes ranging from 3
to 5 meters off the ground, but it
could potentially cover a maximum
distance of about 50 m per flight. It
will use autonomous control and
communicate with Perseverance
directly after each landing. If it works
as expected, it will achieve the first
powered flight on another planet,
and NASA will be able to build on the
design for future Mars missions.
Perseverance and Ingenuity are true
landmarks for humanity and our
everlasting search for the new and
wonderful. Its success sparked joy
and relief to the thousands of
brilliant scientists, engineers and
space loving geeks during the trying
times of 2020.
So long Percy, may the force be with
you.
writer ANYA MARX | designer BENJAMIN KLEIN
Ever since Edward Jenner first had the idea
of acquired immunity, humanity has been
sceptical whether this magical ‘cure-all’
could really live up to the tall tales.
However, I am here to tell you that, contrary
to what your distant aunt has been telling
you, they do indeed work.
Yes, I know, shocking, but as I mentioned,
the blind ignorance towards the very
obvious benefits of vaccines is nothing new.
Unfortunately, we can no longer tolerate
someone blatantly refusing a vaccine
against a deadly virus simply because they
use the line, “I don’t want to put those
chemicals in my body.”
“Less obvious, but potentially more of a
threat to the public at large, are the
concerns, doubts, and misperceptions that
increasing numbers of parents seem to be
having about childhood immunisations.”
That was quoted from a report written in
2000. Most of the ignorant beliefs people
hold onto are because of general
misconceptions that people have about
vaccines:
A Child cannot handle the amount of
vaccinations we give them
“Based on the number of antibodies present
in the blood, a baby would theoretically
have the ability to respond to around 10,000
vaccines at one time.”
VACCINES
Our immune system is much more powerful
than we think. Our white blood cells are
being replenished every day and on top of
that, the amount of germs and bacteria that
it has to defend against every day greatly
outweighs the viruses that vaccines
introduce into our bodies.
That certain diseases have “disappeared”
“Although the last wild case of polio in South
Africa occurred in 1989, deficiencies in the
country’s routine immunisation coverage
and surveillance systems resulted in South
Africa’s polio-free status being rescinded in
2017.” The fact that these diseases are
regarded as gone, is just another reason for
us to be cautious. Due to shoddy protocol
around vaccination in South Africa, our
country might be seen as being at risk of
having undiagnosed Polio cases. We do not
want to follow in the steps of the UK.
The COVID-19 Vaccine will give you
COVID-19
“It's just like the flu vaccine can't give you
the flu. However, because of the way
vaccines work, people might have a false
perception that a vaccine can give them the
virus it's supposed to protect against.”
~Dr. Thomas J. Duszynski
Another example would be the Cowpox
Vaccine, the first one ever created! Your
body is exposed and then develops
antibodies for the virus, without ever
becoming infected with COVID-19.
They have been around since 1768. Haven’t we accepted them yet?
writer CHRISTIAN KOTZÉ | designer CHARLOTTE LAY
CARTOON
cartoonist NICOLE SANGULERO | designer CHLOE PANDARAM
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