The Trials of EagleWoman

First Indigenous, female Dean sues Lakehead for discrimination By: Sanjana Sharma, Staff Writer Angelique EagleWoman, the first Indigenous female to be named Dean of a Canadian Law School, filed a lawsuit against Lakehead University on November 20th, seeking $2.67 million on the basis of constructive Read More …

The Word on Self-Care

LU students discuss surviving the end of term, putting yourself first Compiled by Sam Mathers, Editor-in-Chief On Surviving the End of Term: Melanie Hatzidemetriou, Honours Biology student: “We help each other study, we support each other.” Stephanus Appoh, Business student: “Usually I go to the Read More …

Familiar Faces: Orillia

Meet Allysha Wassegijig, Aboriginal Initiatives Coordinator By: Zoe Dhillon, Orillia Bureau Chief   The Argus: As the Aboriginal Initiatives Coordinator, what does your job entail?   Allysha Wassegijig: My job entails quite a few different things but my first priority is to support students on Read More …