They’ve done it again! The Trent African Caribbean Student Union put on their yearly anticipated showcase of culture, Afrobana, this past Saturday evening. Students and community members were treated to a dazzling event, which pulled culture and music from...
One of the biggest global crises in today’s rapidly developing world is sustainability. Between water pollution and global warming, the planet is gradually turning into an uninhabitable wasteland. Phrases such as “going green” are ineffectually thrown around while large...
Co-written by Keila Macpherson Just recently, “Drawing the Line” returned for its second moment. The atmosphere was entertaining and the air thick with cause – a cause to make Peterborough a safer place. The event created a safe space to discuss...
Most people can agree that sometimes, you’re hanging out with a group of friends, making jokes, and there’s that one person who takes a joke too far, whether it be a racist joke or a rape joke. It makes everyone...
The history of our species has been told over generations through art. Through art we confront our vulnerability, we achieve our immortality and most of all we express our humanity. It therefore seemed fitting that the new clubs on campus,...
The Trent University Music Society (TUMS) hosted their annual Spring Concert on March 29. The event took place at 7 p.m. in Bagnani Hall at Traill College. There were performances by the Concert Choir, Concert Band, Madrigal Choir, and...
Since moving back, Hannah Keating has been replanting her roots in Peterborough through the arts community after studying Art History in Ottawa. “When I came back to Peterborough, I was interested in getting to know people in the arts community,...
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...
The circumstances were less than ideal. Not only were we locked outside, but it had started to rain. Augusta, Anwyn, and Charlotte of the local, emerging, all-girl band, The Lonely Parade, had agreed to meet up with Arthur for an...
If “The Medium is the Message,” at least according to Marshal McLuhan, then Skylar Kergil must have a lot to say. The 21-year-old from Saratoga Springs NY has a best-selling Bandcamp called Lentils and Dirt, a YouTube account under...