The Real Mexican Revolution: The Futile Fight for the Protection of Journalists in Mexico

I woke up to another typical news event in Mexico: A journalist was found dead by the side of the road after being tortured and stabbed. I do not remember the date, nor the exact headline, but I do remember how I felt. On the one hand, it did not surprise me at all. On … More The Real Mexican Revolution: The Futile Fight for the Protection of Journalists in Mexico

Editor’s Note – To The Future

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

Editor’s Note

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 … More Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note

Well, I guess no one had 2020 vision… Last semester, I sincerely thought that schools wouldn’t close down, and that we’d be living in this odd sort of limbo. Masks on, social distancing enforced, and hand sanitizer running freer than water at Niagara Falls. Turns out, that this would not be the case. There are … More Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note

…and so, as the semester edges ever closer to the end of the political tragicomedy that has been 2020, let us move forward with both caution and hope held within our hearts.  So, where are we now? Though the Herald is non-partisan, I’m happy to say that regardless of winner, the American presidential election is … More Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note

Two weeks ago I was talking to my grandmother, a lady with a grade eight education who emigrated from rural Italy to Canada and worked her way up to a comfortable retirement over the course of decades of work. She told me, in no uncertain terms, that she figured that between the Coronavirus and famine, … More Editor’s Note