Leina Amatsuji-Berry and Lubna Sadek As current co-editors-in-chief of Arthur, we are excited to run for a second year of editorship. This opportunity provided us with great learning and networking experience and allowed for growth as individuals and professionals. We...
On Friday March 15, Sadleir House and the Trent University Music Society hosted a competition in which five bands played to win a $800 cash prize and a record deal worth $1500 at Okzygen Studios. Around 8:30 p.m., the...
Before starting this article, it is important to know the land we occupy is on Indigenous territory, with the land acknowledgement posted on Trent’s First People’s House of Learning (FPHL) page. “We respectfully acknowledge that we are on the treaty...
The Canadian Mental Health Association estimates that one in five Canadians will experience an issue with mental health or mental illness. Mental illness indirectly affects all Canadians, yet conversations about mental health are often neglected due to the stigma...
All in all, unions are the reason that we — as workers, students, taxpayers, and the people who make the world go ‘round — have rights. They are the last bastion between us and the greedy, horrible, little people...
This year’s Artist Social, hosted by Trent Writers Society and Trent Book Club, took place on March 8 in Trent University’s student pub, the Ceilie. An event started three years ago, the Artist Social is an opportunity for artists...
On February 24, a GoFundMe page in support of Trent Professor and historian, Dr. Carolyn Kay, and her family went live. The description of the fundraising page informed community members that “On February 20th, Carolyn received a diagnosis of...
March 1 and 2 marked Trent’s 19th annual Indigenous Women’s Symposium. Hosted by the Chanie Wenjack School of Indigenous Studies, and located in the basement of Enweying (popularly known as Gzowski), the symposium actively worked to bring together Indigenous...
On March 7, the 27th Annual Margaret Laurence Lecture welcomed Dr. Pat Armstrong to speak on The Charlottetown Declaration on the Right to Care. The event took place in Bagnani Hall at Traill College. The lecture takes place annually...
The Trent Northern Studies Colloquium invites you to join us on March 19 for a one-day event highlighting student research in Canada’s North! A growing number of students at Trent University dedicate their time to studying issues in Canada’s North....