International students share what it’s like to study far away from home
“Show them what crazy can do,” says tennis superstar Serena Williams in Nike’s newest advertisement highlighting the female experience in athletics. Titled “Dream Crazier,” the ad plays on the word “crazy” and how it is used both to describe women when they display emotion in sport and to describe their barrier-breaking dreams.
Among the many sports that Lakehead has to offer, Ultimate Frisbee offers an experience for students to practice sport at a unique, high-octane level. For the uninitiated, Ultimate Frisbee is a contact-free sport similar to rugby or football, where teams attempt catch the disk in the opposing team’s end zone to score points.
All candidates were asked the same three questions. Photos, candidate profiles and responses and were provided to The Argus by the candidates via Chief Returning Officer, Scott Klassens. They appear in the order they were sent and have not been edited.
Meet Andrew Scheer, Conservative candidate for Prime Minister
Some view reading week as a time to relax, kick back, and start working on essays, but is this the common experience? With this being the perfect season for winter activities and a great opportunity for spending time with friends, what do Lakehead students really do during the break?