Yuliia HrytskivMay 18, 2021 Beauty standards are so powerful that they can affect the course of an individual’s life. How popular one is, how many romantic relationships one has in a lifetime, or simply how happy one is with oneself are all things that can be affected by beauty standards. I do not know to … More The Eye of the Beholder: A Look At Beauty Standards
Hi everyone! This Pride Month, the Herald wishes to highlight what the Love Against Hate Club will be doing for this annual celebration. Stay tuned to their Instagram to learn more! There are only a few more weeks of school left as we’re heading into June, and we at the Herald are going to be … More Editor’s Note – A Fond Farewell
Overview Platforms: PC/Xbox One/PS4/Stadia Release Date: May 14, 2019 Developer: Rockstar Games Visuals: Beautifully realized version of America, wonderfully designed characters, does what it sets out to do very well (9/10) Controls: Serviceable, but leave something to be desired. For a game of this calibre, somewhat disappointing (7/10) Immersion: This game tries its best to … More Red Dead Redemption 2: An American Odyssey
India has the second largest population in the world. With over 1.38 billion inhabitants, the coronavirus pandemic has taken a large toll on the country. With a lack of supplies, workers, and hospital space, their healthcare system is hanging onto its last thread. As the virus continues to devastate the country, urgent help is required. … More India’s COVID-19 Crisis; Inform Yourself Today
Katerina Virginillo As a Canadian-born and raised citizen, I have been fortunate to learn the language my ancestors spoke. My grandmother taught me to speak and understand Greek when I was younger. Although I may not be a fluent Greek speaker, it is a crucial part of my identity. My grandmother was adamant that I … More Canada Losing Its Ancestral Languages
Sydney Schacter How would you feel if your country was still operating under colonial- style rule? Myanmar’s human rights violations date back to colonial structures. In 1948, the nation-state Myanmar, formally known as Burma, was established after being a British colony since 1824. Although Myanmar is living in a post colonial state, some things are … More The Legacy of Colonialism in Myanmar
Is money more valuable than humanity? Apparently, this is a question that the Canadian government struggles to answer. Despite the honourable reputation that Canada upholds globally, the country is not the utopia that it appears to be. From discrimination to forced assimilation, the country evidently has a long history of being cruel and unfair to … More The Truth About Crown-Indigenous Relations in Canada
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 … More Stop The Stigma Of Menstruating Women. PERIOD.
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 … More Love Against Hate.
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. … More Editor’s Note – To The Future