Saturday, January 20, 2018
As the new year commences, so does another semester at Trent: another semester where students scramble to find places to study after the largest and most popular study space on campus, Bata Library, closed its doors. The now fully...
Keep this one on your radar, folks! Enweying 2018 is coming soon to Gzowski College, and it promises to be a big time fiesta of big ideas. Hosted by Professor Ray Dart, it will feature leading luminaries of the...

A Changing Trent

Beginnings of years are usually defined by two things: assessing what you have and looking forward to what might be. In these pages , Arthur has tried to do something similar for Trent, where events of the past few...
Bata Library staff are currently engaged in the process of weeding out and discarding half of the library’s print collection. When Bata reopens after its renovations later this year, it will be with half as many print books as...
Trent’s newly erected Student Centre was a huge talking point amongst a large majority of both the student body and faculty last year after Bata’s closing was announced. Bata was and is not only a library, but the destination...
There are migrants like myself who travel with documents and reach their place of settlement via airplanes or buses and across borders where clashes with authorities are minimal or no more than one would expect. It is the kind...
The Career Connections Speaker Series is an initiative from Lady Eaton College and the Career Centre, welcoming alumni of Lady Eaton College to speak about their career journey and their definition of career success. Last year, we had the...
“Eye opening,” said Junior Varsity rower, Victoria Pond, who swapped her singlet, oars, and the Otonabee for a pair of scrubs, and a 10 day community health nursing placement in Honduras last month. “I now have a new perspective...
A few months ago, I was lucky enough to be a part of the Ontario Government’s roundtable on Food Security. What struck me during this discussion (besides the lack of people in the room having experienced food insecurity) is...
Afrobana is a representation and celebration of the African and Caribbean culture. Culture revolves around the symbols we create and share. Thus, we can say ‘Afrobana’ is a symbolic way of communication between us and our audience. These symbols...