Arts & Culture

Five Clubs You Should Know About

From medieval combat to yoyo-ing, these clubs are sure to enhance your experience on campus By: Taylor Onski, Contributor It can be daunting to decide which extracurricular clubs to join. Do you pick your major’s club or the one your friends are in? To ease Read More …

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Everyday Art

An Exploration of Thunder Bay’s Public Art Scene By: Sanjana Sharma, Staff Writer When I first came to Thunder Bay, the city’s picturesque skies mesmerized me. On some days, it was sunshine that mingled with the clouds above me, and at nights, it was the Read More …

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Argus Reads

Five Books You Should Read This Winter By: Erich Otten, Arts & Culture Editor As students we do a fair amount of reading in our time, with the majority being academic and for our courses. When we are not reading, we are logging an exorbitant Read More …

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Artist Feature: Mary McPherson

Artifact, Excavated from White Settlement by Mary McPherson Artifact, Excavated from White Settlement is meant to challenge the power structures put into place by the use of museum displays. The sculptural work is a porcelain teacup, placed in a display case, labelled “Artifact, excavated from Read More …

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Orillia-Based Mariposa Folk Fest Returns for Best Line Up Yet 

By Jaina Kelly Every July, several thousand folk music enthusiasts travel to the beautiful, tree-lined streets of Orillia, Ontario to take part in a three-day music and camping festival at TudHope Park. The festival has been active since the 60’s when hordes of noisy hippies Read More …

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