Dalia Sibie

Journalist/ Writer/ Political Analyst/ Public Relations Specialist


I am a journalist with a burning desire to uncover the truth and share it with the world. From an early age, I knew I wanted to be a voice for the voiceless and overlooked people. Be authentic and convey my own unique voice and perspective as a journalist.

Print/Black History Month: Black Students' Wants and Needs

Each year in February, Canada recognizes Black History Month. It aims is to educate people about the history of Black Canadians and their achievements and contributions to Canada. The Sheridan Student Union (SSU) is organizing several events during February to commemorate Black History.

Print/Graduate Tuition Fees Are in Decline

According to recent data published by Statistics Canada, graduate tuition fees in Canada have decreased by almost 14% from 2018 to 2022. This data targets full-time Canadian students attending publicly funded degree-granting institutions (universities and colleges). In the meantime, World Data indicates Canada's inflation rate has risen by approximately 9% between 2018 and 2022.

Illumi Lights Up The Night

Even though the winter break is over, the illumi Mississauga light walk is still running until March 26th. With over 20 million lights across 600,000 square feet the walk is a winter event to be enjoyed outdoors. The main goal behind the walk is to make people smile says Rachael Masih, the PR Coordinator for Cavalia, the company behind illumi Mississauga.

Sheridan College
Is Privacy Truly Dead?

What is the difference between online privacy and security? How do we maintain both? What are the positive and negative aspects associated with the concept of e-identity?

Sheridan College
Online Democratization- the Phenomenon of Khaby Lame

The example of Khaby Lame who gained fame through social media. His background, his rise to fame, and the consequences of his fame. How the virtual world and the concept of online "democratization" contributed to Khaby’s fame.