Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Everyday activism in Peterborough: a profile on Trent University alum Kemi Akapo

From Superman to Wonder Woman, super heroes have been the superhumans we wish for when we need defenders of justice; a person to swoop...

Sophia’s Kitchen: a hotspot of deliciousness at Water and Parkhill

When Pat Nelson saw the for sale sign on the corner of Water Street and Parkhill, she knew that it was meant to be....

Social Justice Day at Trent Radio

It is something I have come to know well that the more I learn and the more I read, the more anger, frustration, and...

In memory of Dylan O’ Hagan

I can’t say I’ve ever met someone as positive and upbeat as Dylan O’Hagan. At the age of 24 my friend Dylan, a graduate of...

Panel discussion regarding Justin Trudeau’s Liberal governance

On February 1st, exactly 455 days into Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal leadership, the Department of Political Studies and Champlain College held a panel...

“From Climate to Culture” addresses problems and possible solutions regarding climate change crisis

Standing at the centre of Sadlier House’s Hobbs Memorial Library, author and community organiser Rosemary Ganley offered  a seemingly benign anecdote about an upcoming...

Islam Awareness Week: education in light of tragedy

Last week, the Trent Muslim Students Association hosted their annual Islam Awareness Week. This event provided both outreach to the Peterborough Muslim community, while...

Strange Fruit: music and art still crucial to discussions of race

A strange and bitter song captures an equally strange and bittersweet history. In January, X Factor star Rebecca Ferguson said she would sing at Donald...

Celebrating Black Arts: showcase & open mic at The Spill

February is the month of love, and not just because of its fourteenth day. All throughout the month of February, many people across Canada...

How the Trent African Caribbean Student Union is celebrating Black Heritage Monthtac

ebration to remember important people and events in the history of the African diaspora. Viola Desmond, a prominent black Nova Scotian businesswoman who changed the...

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