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Posts published by “Matthew Rappolt”

Matthew is a Lady Eaton College alumni, graduating in 2014 with a degree in Canadian Studies and an Emphasis in Law and Policy. Before being elected co-editor of Arthur for Volume 49, he was a campus news reporter keeping an eye on the TCSA, the colleges, and university administration. Outside of Arthur, Matthew enjoys reading, craft beer, sports, and civic pride. His aspiration is to one day open a tiny little brewery in a tiny little town.

Editorial: TCSA AGM leaves many questions unanswered

At the TCSA’s annual general meeting, a bylaw was adopted stating that the union will henceforth be “prohibited” from removing the $95.01 student centre levy, altering its purpose in any…

At Trent, first year students are no longer DisOriented

Throughout the academic careers of Trent students, there are few weeks more important than orientation. For many, their first taste of higher education is the raucous, over-the-top, and overwhelming screams,…

Editorial: Trent’s colleges are becoming C.I.N.O.s

When the news broke last spring that the Office of Student Affairs was planning a dramatic overhaul of Trent’s college system, members of the community, undoubtedly recalling the university’s spotty…

This rag is YOUR rag

First of all, to the first year students reading this paper, whether you stumbled across it by chance or pulled it out of your shiny new ISW bag, welcome to…

Editorial: PRC Community Lives on Through Its Stories

Co-written with Pat Reddick. Looking back fifty years, the world was a different place. In August 1964, the very first issue of Arthur was still more than two years away…

Water Street Residence News

London, Ontario-based Residence Development Company is moving full steam ahead to expand its controversial Water Street Residence development project. The company, which has leased the land directly across from the…

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