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The Big Picture: an inspiring event featuring Trent Alumni

The Trent University Alumni Association organized an inspiring event that took place in Toronto on Tuesday, November 24, 2015. “The Big Picture (and other leadership concepts for the advancement of…

Trent celebrates Human Rights Day

On October 21, 2015, Trent celebrated Human Rights Day. The day was launched by the Presidential Council on Human Rights, Equity, and Accessibility (PACHREA) meeting at 12:30PM, followed by the…

To build or not to build?

That was the question I was faced with as a member of Gzowski College Cabinet when a $14,000 Gzowski College office expansion proposal was presented for approval at a recent…

Skip your lecture, leave work early, and vote!

With the official federal election date set for October 19, students face a lot of challenges ranging from being a first-time voter to not being in one’s own local riding.…

Take Back The Night: light your walk way

“Everyone unite our energies to illuminate the path to a violence-free world. “No More Rape! No More violence” were resounding words of Take Back the Night. On September 24, 2015…

Comment: The hikes stop here!

Article co-written with Boykin Smith. There are many challenges facing our post-secondary education system whether you see it, feel it, or not. The truth is, accessing post-secondary education is becoming…

Guest Editorial: Sexual assault – It’s never okay

As the TCSA Women’s Commissioner and CFS delegate on March 6, 2015, I was invited to the launch of Ontario Premier Wynne’s $41 million three-year action plan to combat sexual…

Black History Month: Africa is NOT a country…

…were the words I wanted to scream out loud while watching Blended, a romantic comedy starring Adam Sandler, in addition to addressing the other gross stereotypes and plainly racist innuendos…

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