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Posts published by “Ugyen Wangmo”

Ugyen Wangmo is a self trained media personal, steadfast to 'right to information'. She has about six years of media experience through a variety of roles as Reporter, Editor, Stringer, and Freelance writer. She graduated from Trent with a degree in Chemistry and Biology. When not nosing around for leads to write a thing or two about, she indulges in books, fashion, and dance.

Student Spotlight: Quest to Cure Mental Illness

In the face of ever-increasing mental illness and with its unswerving risk to suicide and harmful behavior, fourth-year biology student Aaron Howe is currently devising treatments for mental health patients.…

Student retention for student success

Student retention rates—the number of students who return the following year—has become a preeminent performance indicator for the universities over the years. “Losing students” not only represents institutional loss, but…

Delay on Trent University Strategic Research Plan

The Trent University Draft Strategic Research Plan (SRP), presented for senate approval, was met with a surprising result of “Opposed” at the recent February senate meeting. The SRP was defeated…

What is Oratory? What is Religion?

An oratorical exploration through resurrection of Colonel Ingersoll What is oratory? What is religion? These have become two questions of growing concern for many minds today as we continue to…

Coywolf: the Latest Creation of Mankind

Trent University Professor Dr. Bradley White was very recently featured in the startlingly beautiful documentary called Meet the Coywolf on PBS’s Nature. Professor White, who was at the forefront of…

Trent Science in Review: Looking Back at 2013

Now that 2013 is behind us, here is a review of the Trent science department’s major accomplishments, challenges, and groundbreaking discoveries. Here is also an idea of some significant changes…

In pursuit of decoding the mystery of Neanderthals

The long-debated puzzle on the demise of Neanderthals and expansion of early modern humans into Europe may be resolved after Dr. Eugène Morin, assistant professor of anthropology at Trent University,…

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