Greetings fellow Trent cinephiles! Trent Film Society (TFS), your student-run film appreciation club, has been revamped for the upcoming 2014-2015 academic year. Established in 1969 as a means to provide students with a free-of-charge outlet for exploring the medium of...
The Spill is one of Peterborough’s finest venues for all-ages live music of any genre. Local and touring musicians take the small stage almost every night of the week. Katie Green, an instructor of the punk music course in the...
Bro-ness: “Men that trust each other and are able to be relaxed with each other,” according to Will, one half of art team Kris & Will. “The problem is that American masculine bro-ness is often misogynistic and homophobic. Those things...
Prisoners has shades of Clint Eastwood’s Oscar winning Mystic River. In this case it’s a kidnapping, not a murder, that forms the film’s central mystery. But the core question remains the same. Is that oddball—the one who just happened...
As the end of the term approaches, we would like to thank everyone who has made this such a wildly successful and busy year for the Trent Film Society. Through attending screenings, dressing up for events, participating in discussions,...
One (2012) One Outstanding Anomaly Strange. A prime that every composite peer will disengage. It takes time Inevitability But it always ends the same. The last passenger on a never-ending train. Ending up The difference After others have departed. Left-over pieces, causing problems and discarded. *** Perception (2013) I am afraid of nerve blocks. Anaethesia, sedation. Elation,...
Below is the complete pullout [email protected] feature. This feature would not have been possible without the wonderful artwork and contributions from: Abby Sparling, Colleen Armstrong, Will Willis, Mary Williams, Matthew Hayes, Jenny Fisher, Trent International Student Association, the cast...
So many people over the past few months have asked me if I’ve seen Cross Dog play. Unfortunately I haven’t yet, but I’ve heard so many good things. After listening to their album online I understand why people are...
Debate around the use of rap lyrics in court has been rampant after an article written by assistant liberal arts professor at the University of Richmond Erik Nielson and associate professor of criminology, law, and society at the University...
If you’re one of two readers who regularly read my column, you’ll know that I had a strong and negative reaction to the Master of None pilot that debuted, along with the rest of the series, on Netflix earlier...