For decades, the Canadian government was investigating UFO sightings. Matthew Hayes has spent the last year going through more than 15000 government documents on UFO sightings in Canada, using the Library and Archives Canada, which is available to the...
Now that 2013 is behind us, here is a review of the Trent science department’s major accomplishments, challenges, and groundbreaking discoveries. Here is also an idea of some significant changes that the Trent community can expect and look forward...
Drawing on cultural studies and contemporary social justice, the new book Ancient Spirit Rising: Reclaiming Your Roots & Restoring Earth Community by independent scholar and social critic Pegi Eyers (Peterborough) offers strategies for intercultural competency, healing our relationships with...
“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...
Principal of Traill College and Director of Continuing Education, Dr. Michael Eamon, never limited his interest to just one field. The latest addition to his pool of multifaceted talents is the title of ‘author’ as he publishes his first...
As a PhD candidate at the University of Western Ontario, I regularly conduct research related to my interests and areas of study. For a graduate research seminar, part of my research project takes a close look at the role...
On November 16, Trent University hosted an event in the Student Centre for its Chancellor Lecture Series featuring Chancellor Don Tapscott called “Towards a New Social Contract for the Digital Age.” Chancellor Tapscott is considered to be one of the...
Photo by Tori Silvera Gustavo Esteva is a scholar who writes and teaches in a de-institutionalised framework in Oaxaca, Mexico at the Universidad de la Tierra. This community-based university allows students without any formal education to learn in any trade...
Love! Is it objective, subjective, or even dangerous? With its sea of connotations one would ever wonder, ‘what is love?’ The month of February reminds everyone to once again ponder upon the topic of love. But, it is such that...
On February 8, Trent University hosted a special guest to come and give a talk on her current research surrounding what she describes as “a forgotten decade.” Dr. Rosemary Hennessy comes to us all the way from Houston, Texas...