The Politics of Memory: ‘A Purposeful Ignorance and A Depoliticization of Public Discourse’

The Implications of the Polish Holocaust Law By Sabrina Nordlund Dr. Jobbitt weighs in: “There might be a significant number of Poles who are concerned about this, but they don’t have the tools to resist it.” Unfortunately dear reader, neither do you. More and more 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 …

Homeward Bound

Lakehead University professor to bring personal papers and belongings of Sheila Burnford to Thunder Bay Public Library By: Sam Mathers, News Editor For some it is a cherished literary classic, for others, a favourite childhood film. Either way, the beloved tale of three brave animals Read More …