The Problem(s) With Veganism

A critical look at veganism and its connection to race identities By: Olivia Levesque, Arts and Culture Editor In the last decade, vegetarianism and veganism have become rather trendy, and surely many cafes, grocery stores, and restaurants are capitalizing off of these trends. Veganism can Read More …

Journalism, objectivity, and the transition to online platforms

By: Greg McGrath-Goudie, Orillia Bureau Chief It is fairly common knowledge that media companies are floundering in the 21st century. The rise of social media has left traditional business models—such as those of newspapers—struggling to stay afloat as the news becomes readily and inexpensively available Read More …

Surviving Members of Angola 3 Deliver Talk at Lakehead University

Robert King and Albert Woodfox tell their story, discuss solitary confinement By: Sam Mathers, News Editor Known as the “Bloodiest Prison in the South” throughout the 1960s, the sinister past of the Louisiana State Penitentiary is found far in the darkest corners of American history. Read More …