Arts & Culture

Winter Nostalgia

Preventing seasonal affective disorder through winter sports Erich Otten, Arts & Culture Editor   Winter is here, bringing lots of snow and for some, seasonal affective disorder. According to the Mayo Clinic, symptoms of winter-onset seasonal affective disorder include: oversleeping, changes in appetite, and changes Read More …

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Spilling the Tea (On Tea)

An introduction to the varieties and benefits a cold weather favourite Sanjana Sharma, Staff Writer   Although having been familiar with tea for many years on hand, it was because of my father that I started drinking tea. Soon, green tea became a ritual because Read More …

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International Students and Acclimatization

Thunder Bay through the Eyes of International Students By: Sanjana Sharma, Staff Writer From dreaming of studying abroad and gaining exposure, to departing from our loved ones with hopeful tears in eyes, to being nervous and excited about starting a new life in a different Read More …

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Cultural Appropriation: an Exercise of Futility for the Native Community

Thunder Bay Anishinaabe Artist Speaks on Cultural Appropriation By: Mary McPherson (in support of Neechee Studio Collective) In recent years, a topic of much debate has been cultural appropriation. Settler society, in the name of free speech, feels entitled to misappropriate Indigenous material culture and Read More …

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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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