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  • Stop The Stigma Of Menstruating Women. PERIOD.

    May 12, 2021 by

     By: Jahaan Thawer Menstruation is a necessary biological process that more than 800 million people undergo daily. 500 million of these people do not have access to the products and facilities essential for sanitation and safety. Many menstruating females are prohibited from cooking food, visiting religious spaces, spending the night at home, or going to… Read more

  • Love Against Hate.

    May 12, 2021 by

    This year, we have embarked upon an ambitious project at our school.  Amidst a once-in- a-century pandemic, Hudson students have risen to the occasion by confronting some of the most pressing issues in our local, national and world community. Never shy to engage in difficult conversations and keen to both demand action and speak loudly… Read more

  • Editor’s Note – To The Future

    April 22, 2021 by

    Hey guys. I’ve written variations on the whole – “we’re online, boo”, “we’re in person again, great”, thing, before, so it’s hardly even necessary to acknowledge it. Whether you’re in Toronto, elsewhere in Canada, or in another country entirely, you will know that everything’s been closing again because of the super-fun third wave of COVID-19.… Read more

  • Editor’s Note – Introductions

    April 22, 2021 by

    Hi, I’m Emmeline Accardi. I’m in tenth grade and this is my fourth year at Hudson College. You might have seen me, or more accurately just seen my profile photo, at the Love Against Hate Club or Rockies meetings. This is my first year in the newspaper and I’ve really been enjoying it. But on… Read more

  • Doing the Impossible with Lucid Dreaming

    April 22, 2021 by

    Have you ever had a dream where you are aware that you’re in a dream and suddenly can control your actions and surroundings? If you have not, keep dreaming. But if you have, you have experienced the phenomenon referred to as lucid dreaming, made popular by the sci-fi thriller “Inception” where Leonardo DiCaprio enters people’s… Read more

  • Community Fridges Toronto

    April 22, 2021 by

    Alice Irwin When the COVID-19 virus first took control of Canada, it ravaged our economy; its appearance has inaugurated the second highest unemployment rate in Canadian history. It has been around a year since then, and Toronto’s economy is nowhere near a full recovery. A survey in September revealed that the city has the highest… Read more

  • Bussa’s Rebellion

    April 22, 2021 by

    In 1815, the British government was working to pass a bill called the Imperial Registry Bill.  The purpose of the bill was to improve the registry of colonial slaves, but for some reason, there was a rumour between the slaves of Barbados that it meant their emancipation. In late 1815, the bill was rejected by… Read more

  • The Slave Trade in Libya; Get Involved Now

    April 22, 2021 by

    Libya is a country located in North Africa that is currently home to over six million people. Though it was once a glorified point of transit for refugees and migrants to reach Europe, it has now become an extremely dangerous area that is to be avoided. With overrun detention centres and over-flooding reports of rape,… Read more

  • Rosemary’s Baby

    April 22, 2021 by

    *Be aware of mild spoilers in the final paragraph’s content warning* *Be aware of mild spoilers in the final paragraph’s content warning* In past articles, I’ve reviewed newer horror movies, but the current film I’ll be discussing is a horror classic. Rosemary’s Baby, released in 1968, was written and directed by Roman Polanski and was… Read more

  • Exam Season Management 101

    March 12, 2021 by

    Final exams of the first semester are coming up very soon, so let me give you this piece of crucial advice not emphasized enough: DON’T JUST WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE TO STUDY!! I am certain that all your teachers will have reminded you several times to start reviewing the materials, talked about different ways… Read more

  • When “Good Vibes” Get Bad – Toxic Positivity

    March 5, 2021 by

    “No bad vibes!” I’m sure you’ve seen this message before. Maybe you spotted it scattered over an array of colourful notebooks at Indigo, or on that one over-enthusiastic influencer’s Instagram. If that doesn’t ring a bell for you, how about the phrase urging you to “always look at the bright side!”  You get the gist:… Read more

  • Teacher’s Corner – Feb/March

    March 4, 2021 by

    Mr. McMaster: This month Maritimes are preparing for the MOGS (Maritime Olympic Games) on March 12th! While changes will have to be made to the usual fare due to COVID, Maritimes is more than capable of pulling it off! Prairies also have their Leadership initiative this month, focusing on the theme of “You Are What… Read more

  • Editor’s Note

    March 4, 2021 by

    Hi everyone. As February comes to a close, we at the Herald wanted to focus on Black History Month themed content, including book recommendations and highlights on musical and scientific achievements from Black creators, including an interview with a local businessperson, Marie Holloway, who runs the catering business Urban Acorn, regarding everything from running a… Read more

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