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...
At the 441st meeting of the Trent University Senate in January, the Senate voted to approve approve a proposal for an Master  of Arts program in Arts Administration. The proposal was based on research from a working group established in...
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...
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...
Article co-written with Samuel Powless. Newly elected National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations, Perry Bellegarde, gave the first lecture in the North at Trent 2015 lecture series on Tuesday February 3 in Room 137 of the Science Complex. After...
Lake Erie has been found to be a net source of carbon dioxide entering the atmosphere for most parts of the year by the research project entitled ‘Linking regime shifts to carbon dynamics in Lake Erie’. The three year research...
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...
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...
Mercury, the liquid metal, has been used for centuries due to its unique properties in items such as thermometers and tooth fillings although its use has declined as we have become aware of its toxic side effects. However, it...
The Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphin was brought to the attention of the scientific community by Trent professor of Biology, John Wang, in 2004. Since then, Trent graduate and undergraduate students have been assisting in studying two populations of pink dolphins...