Atithi devo bhava means “The guest is equivalent to god”. Diwali, also known as the Festival of Lights, is around the corner. It is one of the major festivals of South Asian culture. This festival spiritually signifies the triumph of...
Trent Radio wants your music. This is a directed article. I’m writing this to the dorm room producers, the basement jam masters, the cell phone demo singer/songwriters. Trent Radio wants your music. Local music has always been a priority to...
Meet Ugyen: a member of the Trent alumni who first moved to Peterborough in 2004 from Bhutan. Ugyen has a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Biology, but this hardly defines her. Ugyen’s passion is fashion: “that’s what completes me,”...
Assalamu alaikum! Eid Mubarak. (I know Eid was last month, but it is better late than never!) Blessings to you, your families, and your friends this evening. Tonight, I am honoured to be here representing Trent International as its acting Director. Trent International...
Bagnani Hall was filled with diverse women of all ages. The integrity of a Trent education hung in the atmosphere and permeated the conversation, making this reporter feel connected to these inspiring women. It caused one to ponder about...
While trying to figure out how to put this together, I looked up advice online and read things like “don’t mention anything negative” and “use specific examples of good things”. But since this is about Brad, this wasn’t much...
The Arthur Newspaper staff of 2012/2013 had the pleasure of working alongside a particularly kind student, Brad Whalen-Strauss. You could tell he was a wonderful person from the way he was always smiling, and his big bellow of a laugh. On...
It is October—the month of Hallowe’en, which means here at Trent Film Society, we are serving up some spooky fall-time fun! We kicked things off with the controversial film, The Devils (1971) and we are following it up with...
Last Thursday night at Traill College, the English Department hosted Kate Cayley as a part of their Writers Reading series. The concept is simple. Bring an acclaimed writer in to read passages, stories, poems, and so on from their...
Who is Emily Amon? I’m a fourth year environmental sciences and studies student, passionate about community-based research and local resource management. My philosophy is to find place-based solutions to environmental problems. I think that when you study both the sciences...