Last week Arthur had the distinct pleasure of sitting down with Matt Diamond. If this name sounds familiar, that is probably because you’ve heard his silky smooth voice on the radio every day at 2pm on 101.5 The Wolf....
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...

The Music of 2016

As I write this, I am currently streaming Bon Iver’s 22, A Million (with plans to listen to Solange’s Seat at the Table afterwards). Bon Iver’s new album is beautifully dissonant, and is at once filled with the typical...
Entering Catalina’s on Saturday November 5 was like walking into uncharted territory. Many attendees hadn’t heard of Zuze before, and had arrived simply out of curiosity and the intriguing manner in which the show was promoted. The Facebook page...
Hello! We are the Trent Film Society and we just want to give a huge thank you to everyone who has joined us for our past few screenings. Firstly, we’d like to thank those who participated in the screening of...
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...
As many of you have experienced when going through old boxes at your childhood home while moving, you tend to find things from your childhood that stick with you. For me, I was always obsessed with writing stories. Unfortunately,...
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...
Translated by: Felipe Cazar Myths and legends are reflections of the culture that crafted them. They mirror the anxieties, aspirations, and nightmares of their people. They survive to communicate a message to the young or to trick people into what...