Yoga sessions now offered to LU students in the Outpost By Ellen Stevens Staff Writer On Wednesday January 16th, the Outpost teamed up with LUSU, the Student Health and Counseling Center, Residence, and the Food Bank to organize yoga sessions for students on-campus. Yoga will be hosted at the Outpost every Wednesday at 8 a.m. [...]
Hanson’s Saturday night show was a high energy, non-stop, 100-minute rollercoaster, a tribute to the band’s enthusiasm. The interactive concert had the crowd jumping, singing, clapping, dancing, and—perhaps most significantly for a band who still boasts much of their boy band appeal—grabbing the hand of their favourite Hanson brother.
I remember it as if it were yesterday. I was in grade six… voice just cracking, and peach fuzz just starting to grow. Girls’ notebooks covered in hearts, “mmmbopping” and talking about which Hanson brother – Zac, Taylor, or Isaac – was hotter. That’s all I heard for months – it sucked, I was jealous, and just when I thought it was over, they’re back.
On Feb. 2, LUSU executive contenders addressed a crowded Outpost to vie for student votes. The debates proceeded with little interaction between candidates, each seemingly more focused on outlining their own vision for Lakehead than on challenging those of their peers.