Principal of Catharine Parr Traill College, Dr. Michael Eamon, has expanded Trent University’s Continuing Education classes. Dr. Eamon’s initiative, continuing from successful runs since Spring 2014, is a series of evening classes for lifelong learners. The classes are open to...
At the end of this week, the 10th annual David Morrison Lecture in International Development will be hosted in downtown Peterborough. Each year, this lecture series aims to bring a distinguished international development scholar to disseminate their knowledge across...
Student Association of International Development (SAID), in collaboration with Trent International Students Association (TISA) has started a series of lectures, films and discussions for the Scholars at Risk (SAR). SAR is an international network of institutions and individuals working to...
How did the Chanie Wenjack School of Indigenous Studies come about? How long has its formation been in the works? It’s taken us about two years to bring the school to fruition. We began in December 2016. The university decided...
When I first sat down to write this article, I was admittedly speechless thinking back to the talk that I was fortunate enough to attend hosted by Canadian artist and world traveler, Stephanie Rayner. Rayner goes down in Trent...
Dorothy Howard-Gill is a Lab Demonstrator and Technician here at Trent University, where she also completed her Master’s degree. The reasons she was attracted to Trent for her education also became some of the reasons that she stayed here...
On March 23, Trent’s Centre for Human Rights, Equity and Accessibility (CHREA) will host talks on rights, faith, identity and Muslims, from 4p.m., to 5:30p.m., in Bagnani Hall at Traill College. Two eminent professors in this field, Dr. Anver Emon...
Have you ever wondered how to buy and read a book an Ancient Greece? If you have, let me tell you, it was nothing like buying books today. Professor of Theatre and Film at the University of British Columbia, Hallie...
Trent welcomes Jason Stanley, Professor of philosophy at Yale University, who will be speaking next week as part of the Gilbert Ryle Lecture series. Author of How Propaganda Works, and winner of the 2016 PROSE award in philosophy, Stanley...
“I couldn’t imagine studying development and not spending a year abroad in a developing country,” said Sarah O’Toole, a fourth-year Trent student with a double major in International Development and Philosophy. “I learned how to be independent.” O’Toole was involved...