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...
Trent welcomes Jason Stanley, Professor of philosophy at Yale University, who will be speaking next week as part of the Gilbert Ryle Lecture series. Author of How Propaganda Works, and winner of the 2016 PROSE award in philosophy, Stanley...
“Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, for inwardly they are ravening wolves” —Book of Matthew “It’s a hard world for little things” —Miz Cooper   Hello, Trent students and film fans! Following our screening of A...
If we want to change the world, we study successful changes. If we are students and we want to fight for an education system that serves people as opposed to profit, we look to where this fight is also...
Clubs and Groups day is fast approaching. It provides students with an opportunity to learn more about the assortment of clubs and groups offered at Trent; from sports and athletics, to writing and social activism. One club that will...
Construction began on the highly anticipated student center at Trent in April of 2017. As students looked up from their exam notes in the soon-to-be-closed Bata library, they wondered what the center would have in store for them come...
Welcome to the new academic year! We are truly honoured that our friends at Trent conservatives have chosen Arthur to reveal their new, highly esteemed award for this coming year: the Corey R. LeBlanc Award for Courage and Freedom...
As summer comes to a close, and we begin a new school year, we, as students at Trent University, must confront an uncomfortable truth – post-secondary education, in recent years, has largely abandoned dedication to intellectual and academic honesty,...
We are currently barreling towards Clubs and Groups day, an event that will feature the movers and the shakers of Trent’s civil society. On September 13th, 10am until 4pm, tables and tents and posters galore will cover Bata podium....
In lieu of the construction of Bata Library over the duration of the 2017/2018 academic year, Peterborough’s downtown serves as a safety valve for a packed campus. On campus, Trent students this year will have to make do with...