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The President Series: Dominic Giroux

By Kayla Perry, Editor-in-Chief This Q and A is the fourth and final interview in the President Series. In each issue, I had the chance to sit down with a president from each of the federated universities, discussing what makes each of the universities unique: we’ve discussed everything from programs[…]

The President Series: Kevin McCormick

By Kayla Perry, Editor in Chief ­­­­This Q and A is the third of four interviews in the President Series. In each issue, I’ll be sitting down with a president from each of the federated universities, discussing what makes each of the universities unique: we’ll be discussing everything from programs[…]

Student launches Northern clothing line (gallery included)

By Jessica Robinson The latest development in Laurentian University school spirit is here, and it’s student-led. Established in August of 2014, Tychon Carter-Newman has created North 705, the up-and-coming clothing line of the Northern district. What exactly is North 705? “I have a definition,” says Carter-Newman, a fifth year student[…]

The President Series: Robert Derrenbacker

By Kayla Perry, Editor in Chief This Q and A is the second of four segments in the President Series. For each issue, I’ll be sitting down with a president from each of the federated universities, discussing what makes each of the universities unique: we’ll be discussing everything from programs[…]

The President Series: Pierre Zundel

By Kayla Perry, Editor in Chief This Q and A will be the first of four segments in the President Series. For each issue, I’ll be sitting down with a president from each of the federated universities, discussing what makes each of the universities unique: we’ll be discussing everything from[…]

Group marks Israeli Apartheid Week at LU

By Gabriel Rodrigues From March 3 to 6, a booth was held at the Laurentian Student Centre regarding the Israeli Apartheid week, and according to one of its organizers, raising awareness will hopefully stay in the “consciousness of students.” “This is a solidarity campaign,” said Dana Cudney, a sessional faculty[…]

Big Basement Show showcases local talent

By Gabriel Rodrigues On Feb. 28 to March 2, The Almighty Rhombus, a local band, hosted the first annual Big Basement Show, and according to one of its members, a festival like this creates a “positive impact in the community.” “We wanted this show to have it all,” said Clayton[…]

Speakeasy, Peddler’s Pub capture title for Sudbury’s coldest beer

By Kallie Berens On Wednesday, Jan. 22, staff from the Lambda answered the age-old question of which establishment provides the coldest beer for its patrons, with Speakeasy on Durham Street securing the title for the frostiest bottle at -3 degrees Celsius and Peddler’s Pub on Cedar Street for iciest pint[…]

Pelletier: ‘public art has the power to change a community’

By Kallie Berens In the nearing zero temperatures, local artists Andrew Knapp, “Co- Bubble Blower” and Christian Pelletier, “Co-Cheerleader” of the We Live Up Here project, have completed their fourth mural within the city. From July 28, 2013 to September 15, 2013, a fundraiser for the project on Indiegogo surpassed[…]