Danielle Obal

Multiplatform Journalist

Location icon Canada

Dedicated and enthusiastic journalist in my final year at Sheridan College.
Experienced in writing and editing for multi-platform reporting.
Skilled in Adobe Creative Suite.
Sports, lifestyle, and entertainment enthusiast.

Twitter: @danielleobal



Sheridan Sun
Tweaking O Canada: pitch perfect or falls flat?

BY DANIELLE OBAL Picture this: You are standing proudly dressed in your home team's jersey, eagerly singing the national anthem with passionate fans all around. Remix. The performer has altered the anthem while you are struggling to keep pace with the new rhythm.

Sheridan Sun
Sheridan musical cues up for the big stage

BY DANIELLE OBAL Next stop, Broadway. Come From Away started as a small, 45-minute Sheridan College musical developed by Michael Rubinoff, Sheridan's associate dean of Visual and Performing Arts. The show started as a Sheridan student production as part of the Canadian Music Theatre Project at the Trafalgar Campus.

Sheridan Sun
Say 'hello' at The Friendship Bench

BY DANIELLE OBAL All it takes is a simple "hello," to break the ice when meeting new people, and, to some, the impact could mean more than just a simple greeting. Mental health is a growing concern among college students, and to raise awareness, The Friendship Bench foundation is installing the bright yellow benches at Sheridan College from Jan.

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Sheridan Sun
Black History Month in Canada: Rosemary Sadlier full interview

BY DANIELLE OBAL Black History Month has been recognized for many years, but in Canada, the first celebration was in Feb. 1996. Rosemary Sadlier is an author and activist who worked to make Black History Month recognized in Toronto. Through her work as an author and in community outreach services, Sadlier was successful in getting Black History Month recognized nationally.

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