The newest and biggest ray of sunshine on campus is here! Gzowski College is the baby sibling of the colleges, contained in the large yellow building on campus along with the First People’s House of Learning, the Chanie Wenjack...
I wholeheartedly support the Trent University Native Association’s (TUNA) initiative to introduce a mandatory half-credit in Indigenous Studies at Trent University. I want to be honest as to why. As a “White” Canadian, I have always been conscious of the...
When, with its baffling comparisons and stylistic pirouettes, the post-postmodern criticism of the thousand-year-old Anglo-Saxon poem Beowulf is finally written, it will begin like this: On December 22, 1938, in the estuary of the Chalumna River off the Eastern...
Trent had the pleasure of hosting a published author and Yale philosophy professor at Gzowski last week. Dr. Jason Stanley has published several books, his most recent titled “How Propaganda Works” which won the 2016 PROSE Award in Philosophy....
Welcome to the college of the river, the otter, and the cafeteria that serves all day breakfast! Over 2200 students are currently affiliated with Otonabee College (both those in residence and those off-campus), making it the largest college at...
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...
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 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...
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...
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...