Why We’re So Afraid to Believe Women

Our collective dysfunction By: Jaina Kelly The media world is in frenzy this week as they follow what are now fifty womens’ allegations of rape and assault against Harvey Weinstein. Since Ronan Farrow’s initial exposé in the New Yorker, women across industries have been taking Read More …

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 …

Levelling the Playing Field

The role of accommodations in academia By: Hillary Jones, Contributor Lakehead, like all other universities and businesses in Ontario, is required to comply with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). If you’ve had a job in Ontario at any point in your life, Read More …