Arts & Culture

Hanging – A Short Film 

Contributing to the mental health dialogue through film  By: Kaelen Pelaia, Staff Writer  This past September, a short film contest put on by “Art with Impact” focused on mental health and its associated stigmas and dilemmas. The winner of the contest, an animated short titled Read More …

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Mental Health Photo Essay

By: Sarah McPherson Unnoticed // Left to Right: Wyeth McCormick, Isabelle Bernier, Alexa Bohemier Plagued By Thought // Hudson Morash The Good Days // Samantha Convey Losing Control // Silvia Bour Pressure // Delaney Read Self-Care Day // Delaney Read

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Life as a Student with Bipolar Disorder

A daily and triumphant battle  By: Anonymous Contributor  When I decided to apply for university, I had many things to take into account. I had taken a year off to work and travel a bit before deciding that it was time to settle down and Read More …

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Let’s End the Stigma

Living with an invisible disability By: Brittany McQueen, Contributor  Some days are good and some days are bad, just like everyone else. Having a mental illness is not evident to the eye. You can know someone for years and never know that they are living Read More …

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Collateral Damage: Those Left Behind by Suicide

Lakehead University welcomes new suicide prevention club By Brittany McQueen, Contributor  Collateral Damage Lakehead University is a new club at the Thunder Bay campus that is educating students about breaking the stigma surrounding suicide. This club is working hand in hand with Scott Chisholm, the Read More …

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