The SPARK Photo Festival is opening this week and will feature the artistic contributions of many Trent students through collaboration between the festival and the Trent Visual Arts Network (TVAN). This is the third year of the festival and...
Dear readers, this is an interactive article that will require one sheet of 8½ x 11 paper and scissors. Before I explain what this article is about, I want you to take your piece of paper (use recycled if you...
So much about this weekend’s Not Quite Music Festival, March 26-29) comes at seemingly just the right time after a school year in which both Trent University and the Peterborough off and online communities have been in embroiled in...
Photos follow the article The annual Cultural Outreach show, by the Trent International Student Association (TISA), took place at Showplace on March 14 and displayed a wide variety of different cultural music and dancing. The event was hosted by a hologram...
“Theatre brings to the community as a whole a sense of something larger than yourself,” said Amy Cummings, co-founder of the motley collective. But why spend money and get out of your pj’s when you can stay home and watch...
Five hundred twenty five thousand six hundred moments, five hundred twenty five thousand six hundred reasons to go see Rent the Musical at Showplace! Art For Awareness, a local group with a mission to raise awareness of social issues through...
Trent’s Classics Drama Group proudly presents, An Oresteia: Agamemnon and Libation Bearers. An Oresteia is a trilogy of Greek tragedies produced in 458 B.C. The Classics Drama Group (CDG) will be performing the first two parts, Agamemnon and Libation Bearers...
There’ll be lots to talk about in late January as the 2015 edition of the ReFrame Documentary Film Festival runs from Friday January 23 until Sunday January 25. This year’s festival has been divided into a plethora of themes including: “Food,...
Oh hi Trent movie goers and film enthusiasts! Next week, Wednesday January 21, Trent Film Society will be screening Tommy Wiseau’s 2003 film The Room, the second part of our three part series of good ‘bad’ movies. From the creative mind...
Photo by Jenny Fisher Evangeline Gentle’s ‘Killing Me Slow’ might be one of the most beautiful songs I’ve ever heard. It was only a week ago last Thursday that I heard it on the Trent Radio program Cheap Vinyl and it...