It is a hopeful future for scientists and their experiments as the uncertainties of Experimental Lakes Area (ELA) is to become a thing of the past in the next few weeks to come. ELA is finally expected to be turned...
With the first two weeks of class now concluded at Trent University, new and returning students have gotten a feel for their surroundings. Such a task involves becoming used to upheaval in the 2017-2018 academic year: the Bata library...
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...
On March 23, distinguished professors Dr. Anver Emon and Dr. Mohamma Salaama lectured for Trent’s Centre for Human Rights, Equity and Accessibility. The “Embracing Difference in Difficult Times: Rights, Faith, Identity and Muslims” talk comes at a time when Muslims...
Jessica Rogers initiated the Fairness for International Students campaign last year during her term as the International Students Commissioner. The campaign was meant to raise awareness on the disparities on tuition fees, immigration policies and health insurance between international...
The latest installment of the Suds and Speakers series was held on March 17, at The Trend. Graduate students at the Frost Centre organized the event. Professors from the Centre for Aging and Society gave 10-minute presentations about their past...
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...
On the evening of October 18th, approximately 50 people piled into Bagnani Hall at Traill College for the Vanier Lecture. This event, hosted by Trent’s very own Professor Joan Sangster, was entitled “Questioning Canadian Colonialism: Histories of Indigenous-Settler Relationships.” The...
Come one, come all to Questioning Canadian Colonialism: Histories of Indigenous-Settler Alliances, an informative talk on an extremely prominent issue in Canadian society. This event will take place at Bagnani Hall at Catherine Parr Traill College (310 London Street),...
On November 17th, Trent students and faculty members gathered in the Champlain Learning and Living Commons for yet another engaging panel discussion regarding recent major political developments around the globe. Hosted by the Departments of Political Studies and International Development, the...