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Beside the Point?

Trudeau and the politics of “peoplekind” By Jaina Kelly, Staff Writer During a town hall session in Edmonton last Thursday, Justin Trudeau made a quip that quickly cascaded into a media frenzy of battling opinions. It’s no surprise that opposing sides of the Canadian political Read More …

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Second Chances & New Beginnings

By Tannis Kastern, Contributor After some soul searching and reflection on my academic journey, I would like to share a little about myself and how second chances really do change lives. When I first arrived at Lakehead, I was a mature student and had applied Read More …

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Two Minutes to Midnight

A look at the Doomsday Clock throughout history By Sam Mathers, News Editor Last month, the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists’ Science and Security Board moved the hands of the Doomsday Clock forward by 30 seconds. The Doomsday Clock has served as a symbol of the Read More …

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Do You Feel Safe on Campus?

Campus safety audits to provide students with safer and more accessible spaces  By Brandy Bond, Staff Writer Lakehead University’s Office of Human Rights and Equity is conducting a series of safety audits this month with the mission of improving accessibility and safety on both the Read More …

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The (Preliminary) Results Are In!

2018-2019 LUSU election sees an increase in voter turnout by 1.1 percent  By Kaelen Pelaia, Staff Writer With the campaigning, voting, and tallying completed, the Lakehead University Student Union 2018-2019 Elections officially closed as of Wednesday, February 7th. With a myriad of candidates along with Read More …

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