Students often dread the end of the summer break, but Angelica Cooper doesn’t feel that way. “I find Peterborough falls asleep in the summer, as students leave and people think the pulse of the city is gone,” she explained. Cooper is...
With additional reporting by Leina Amatsuji-Berry. With special thanks to Nick Ferrio for the photos and to Garbageface (Karol Orzechowski) for indispensable guidance. Crafting an accurate report on The Spill's closure is almost as hard as it is to bear the...
The small city of Peterborough, Ontario is one of a kind. It’s a thriving student city with a culture based on unity and community living. Peterborough can also be seen as a metaphor; an artwork that is undeniably underrated....
Be excited. Pup is coming! Pup will be playing the Red Dog on December 8th. Opening for them will be local Peterborough band Cross Dog (see the theme?). Pup brings a blend of melodic punk with indie-ish vibes, and...
As the term wraps up and the holidays rapidly approach, we here at the Trent Film Society are preparing for our final screening of the semester! In the spirit of the season, we are teaming up with Artspace to...
On October 23, Peterborough residents and Trent students gathered in Otonabee College’s Wenjack Theatre for a panel discussion and live screening of Tragically Hip singer Gord Downie’s...

The Call Back

It was just a few days before Halloween and everyone was gearing up for what could be the scariest yet. In the year 2000 everyone in the world went through quite a fright when they thought computers were going...
Whenever I went on a trip, I would buy her a mask—porcelain and paint and feathers and ribbon and glitter swirled together. I used to think they were so majestic, that they were posh (even though I couldn't afford...
There are always at least three shows happening simultaneously if you walk down George or Hunter Street—even on a Monday! It’s one of the quirky and beautiful things about living in Peterborough. The life, the action, all the disparate...
Every year on October 4th across Canada, Indigenous peoples and their allies come together to remember and honour missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and two-spirit people. In solidarity, the TCSA and TUNA (Trent University Native Association) came together...