Last Wednesday at Scott House, Trent alumnus Joshua Trotter ‘00 gave an entertaining reading and Q&A session as part of the Writers Reading Series hosted by the English Literature Department. Every year the Writers Reading Series create space for...
This note has been written collaboratively by a small number of professors who would like to invite all faculty to sign on in support of student struggles against discrimination in the wake of the U.S. election. As faculty, we are...
On November 16th students marched across Trent University’s Symons Campus. This movement was a reaction to the feelings of many students that Trent was becoming an unsafe place. Trent’s  history is rich with political discourse and protest, often mirroring...
We are proud of Issue 9 for many reasons, and hope that it showcases the hard work that student groups at Trent put into making such successful events possible. It’s tough to come across a cover like this anywhere,...
Did you know? Hijab is an Arabic word that means barrier or partition. The Trent Muslim Students’ Association (TMSA), in honor of breast cancer awareness, holds a Pink Hijab Week in collaboration with BUGS (Biology Undergraduate Society), Trent Pre-Medical Society,...

Yellow is for Hello

Mental health stigma is the discrimination against mental health issues and those who suffer from it. According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, “mental illness indirectly affects all Canadians at some time through a family member, friend or colleague.”...
Bridging the gap between Trent’s Peterborough and Durham campuses, CHREA (the Centre for Human Rights, Equity and Accessibility) and SAS (Student Accessibility Services) put on an event on November 9th for Trent students to learn about their rights and...
Last Wednesday at Scott House, Trent alumnus Joshua Trotter ‘00 gave an entertaining reading and Q&A session as part of the Writers Reading Series hosted by the English Literature Department. Every year the Writers Reading Series create space for...
Imagine battling for basic rights, entitled to many in Canada, every single day. Imagine facing barriers to education, making intellectual growth an extreme challenge. Imagine the affect this would have on both your personal well-being, and the society you...
I’ve had enough. I’ve had enough of family members contacting me telling me to be safe because news of recent Trent happenings have spread around social media. I’ve had enough of hearing that students feel unsafe leaving their dorms...