Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Dominic Ringler - Environmental & Sustainability Candidate I am a first-year at Trent University and am studying Business and Environmental Science. I am an international student from Kenya and am very fortunate that I have been accepted into Trent. I...
It started with a smudge. Students, faculty and community members gathered in a circle as Dawn Martin and Betty Carr-Braint move in opposite directions to honour both the Haudenosaunee and Anishnaabe. Smoke rises from shells with the smell of...
March 3rd marked the Politics Society & Students’ Association in International Development’s second annual Undergraduate Symposium. This event gave undergraduates in the IDST and Political Studies departments a chance to share their research with fellow students and professors through presentations regarding...
It’s a common challenge faced by university students; how do you shake the feeling that your academic work exists in a bubble, seen only by you and your teachers, never making an impact other than on your transcript? At the...
On Thursday March 2nd, community members packed Traill College’s Bagnani Hall to hear from Canadian artist and researcher, Jamie Allen. A fascinating cross-section of the Peterborough and Trent communities had been compelled to come and see Allen speak. From...
The Trent Experimental Society (TES) has conducted a study to answer the fiercely debated topic of which major at Trent University has the smartest students. The study consisted of a surveyed filled-out by almost 200 Trent University students who...
As an important voice for students, the TCSA is committed to the well being of its membership. We advocate for student rights and services to make the most of the Trent experience. The best part is that it is...
On February 3rd, an anonymous submission to Arthur Newspaper pulled back the curtain on Trent’s Athletic Center (AC). The document included information about the misspending of mandatory student fees, called for the right to opt out of athletic fees,...
There’s a saying that “a picture says a thousand words,” and photographers often use their photos as a doorway into other worlds or an escape from reality. Photographs can tell unknown truths and convey emotions without speech.  It’s why people...
“The atmosphere of totalitarianism is deadly to any kind of prose writer, though a poet... might possibly find it breathable.”- George Orwell, The Prevention of Literature When George Orwell published “The Prevention of Literature” in 1946, he did so in...