Last year, Trent alum Jenna Pilgrim and her team introduced the Trent community to the gentlemen of the Otonabee in a way most of us had not experienced before. Pilgrim and team, through the Peterborough Rowing Club and with the...
On Monday March 12, the Trent Central Student Association (TCSA) will be hosting Dr. Michael Cappello, who will be giving a presentation called “It’s OK to be (Against) White(ness): Racial Injustice in a Time of Racial Entrenchment.” Dr. Cappello is...
On Saturday November 12th, Champlain College’s Cabinet hosted their semi-annual Ball Hockey Tournament. This is a long-standing Champlain College tradition in which students use the tables in the Champlain College Great Hall to form a hockey rink and have...
What do Organic Chemistry and Materials Physics have to do with designing the perfect cup of coffee and avoiding cancer of the esophagus? Apparently everything, as an exciting new invention from the Trent Centre for Biomaterials Research is proving....
Since Trent University doesn’t have an official music program, it’s up to the Trent University Music Society (TUMS) to pick up the slack. As Trent’s student run group for all things music, we do our best to make...
From Superman to Wonder Woman, super heroes have been the superhumans we wish for when we need defenders of justice; a person to swoop in and save the day, the defender of the meek and the smasher of the...
So, the great French humanist, soldier, and explorer who I portrayed in the fall of 1968 in a canoe on the Otonabee river, Samuel de Champlain, has come under attack by an Arthur writer who argues his name should...
Cricket is an elite sport created by the English in the early 1800s. Since then, cricket has seen various changes and an enormous following from supporters in countries all over the world including the areas such as South Asia,...
For two years, Arthur Newspaper has been guided by co-editors Zara Syed and Yumna Leghari. Passionate journalists, activists and feminists, Yumna and Zara are committed to creative integrity and to representing the voices of first generation Canadians and women...