2018 is slowly coming to a close and winter is encroaching. So much has happened in this quickly diminishing year, but that does not mean the conversations that began are close to over. Race and the need to understand...
The Trent Biology Undergraduate Society (BUGS) organized a trip, open to all Trent students for an affordable $20 fee, to the Toronto Zoo on Saturday November 3. The aim of this trip was to promote the importance of zoos...
Trent Valley Archives (TVA) hosted their second annual Home Movie Day on October 19, and once again, it was a success. The movie screening took place in Bagnani Hall at Catharine Parr Traill College where, as well as films...
Afrobana is a representation and celebration of the African and Caribbean culture. Culture revolves around the symbols we create and share. Thus, we can say ‘Afrobana’ is a symbolic way of communication between us and our audience. These symbols...
We have reached that point in the semester, folks. November is a long month where Trent is buried in snow and students are buried in assignments. What seemed like a breeze at the start of the semester now feels...
The Trent African Caribbean Student Union (TACSU) is a student group that promotes cultural appreciation and celebration for those of African and Caribbean descent. Their executive team, headed by newly-elected President Beth Bekele, work tirelessly all year to bring...
The quest of identity has long since been undertaken by scholars and individuals alike. While some may have better clues as to who they are than others, there is certainly no absence of effort to close the gaps of...
March 4 marks the beginning of the campaign period for candidates and referenda questions registered in the Association’s Spring Elections. It is going to be another exciting year with 12 candidates hoping to be elected to Executive roles of...
If someone was to walk into the Student Centre when the festivities of Trent’s first Cultural Day were about to begin, the aroma of food being generously distributed would have been hard to miss. Aluminum lids were peeled off...
“If you stick a knife in my back nine inches and pull it out six inches, there's no progress. If you pull it all the way out that's not progress. Progress is healing the wound that the blow made....