When I first came to this institution of higher learning in 1985-86, the Trent student body consisted of roughly 5000 people, and transit was rudimentary. Also, the late night bus service to ferry revellers home from the downtown bar...
On Saturday March 30, the Trent Fashion Society hosted a charity runway gala at Market Hall. The night was in support of Youth Emergency Shelter (YES), an organization which works to reduce and prevent homelessness by providing shelter, education...
With the elections over we decided to sit with the new Executive (Brea Hutchinson – President, Aladdin Hasmani – VP Campus Life and Tessa Nasca – VP Student Issues) to discuss their vision for the TCSA and the way...
On the night of September 21 of 1788, the Austrian army, comprised of various minorities, attacked itself while awaiting the Turkish forces. After having drank away most of the night, the standing army was met by incoming friendly infantry,...
The Trent University Native Association (TUNA) has a long history (almost 35 years) of bringing the Pow Wow Trail to Trent, and this year the tradition is being revived. This Saturday, March 16, the TUNA Traditional Pow Wow will...
From the Director of Publicity of South Asians Association at Trent (SAAT)... Dazzling displays of light and colors; loud noises, new clothes and exquisite delicacies just cheer up the festive mood. When millions of oil lamps, candles and colorful electric...
For better and often for worse, I have a tendency to jump right into things. My first time writing for Arthur was one notable example. It was four years ago, during my first months at Trent when I took...
Photo by Jenny Fisher While burlesque has a long history, it has recently been catching on across the continent as a form of performance art, in part because of its being woman and LGBTQ–friendly, as well as its distinct emphasis...
Two books on aging written by two professors at the Trent Centre for Aging and Society (TCAS) was the highlight as the TCAS opened their new space at Trent University’s Blackburn Hall to the public and the community on...
  The Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG) Peterborough held its annual general meeting (AGM) on Thursday, February 26, with the keynote speaker being Ryerson University sociology professor Alan Sears. Professor Sears spoke about “Rebuilding Resistance Capacities on the Neoliberal...