In light of recent changes that were made in the dark with seemingly no consideration for the effect it would have on students in the…
Letters to the Editor
The desire of Iran to obtain a nuclear arsenal is a foregone conclusion. Let’s have a closer look at the nuclear program in Iran to examine the evidence
Letters to the editor for the week of November 13, 2011
Letters to the editor, September 26, 2011
Letters to the editor, September 19, 2011
It’s been a while. In fact, one of my greatest regrets of this semester is not getting more updates into the Argus, but c’est la vie.
Lakehead University has a very strong and expanding Italian program. The program began as two Italian courses offered to beginning speakers. However, as of the fall of 2011, one can make Italian their minor with the completion of all four first and second year level Italian courses.
To begin with, I will remain anonymous and tell you that in my five years of full-time studies at Lakehead, this is my very first article submitted to the Argus. That being said, if we assume that university is society’s cradle for perpetuation of knowledge and reasoning, there exists a great injustice imparted upon its students. Allow me to elaborate.
My name is Scot Kyle and I am the Green Party candidate for Thunder Bay – Superior North. Since I’ve grown up in Thunder Bay and my immediate and extended families continue to reside here, I have a vested interest in the city and surrounding region. Let me put it this way: I’ve seen many changes through the years, not all of which I’m all that pleased with, but since action says more than words sometimes, I figured this was a good time to throw my hat in the ring.
“You’re Gorgeous, Stop Checking” was written on a girl’s bathroom mirror. “You are… accomplished, beautiful, unique, resilient, loved” was written, accompanied by many other inspiring…