Environmental justice encompasses a diversity of intersecting struggles which aim to address the root causes of environmental degradation and human rights violations. Through attempting to name corporate greed, capitalism, colonialism, and heteropatriarchy as the problem rather than promote consumerist...
Happy Positivity Issue! Here at the Spoon, things seem pretty positive—there is a group of happy students laughing over their Spanish homework at one table, loyal volunteer Carolyn (on her third year at the Spoon!) is smiling despite the...
The struggle for food justice in the face of Aramark’s corporate monopoly on campus continues, gaining momentum. You may have seen cardboard signs around campus saying “Boycott Aramark,” “Free Meal,” and “Know Your Food.” As part of our Boycott...
All photos by Johny Warkentin. Have you ever wanted to relive your childhood and crawl through some mud? Have you wondered what it would be like to run across campus attempting to complete a slew of physical challenges? If this...
Aramark Canada, Trent’s on-campus foodservice provider, is refuting allegations published recently in Arthur that it cut staffing hours and job postings earlier this year. Their comment comes almost two months after Arthur first reported on information from CUPE local...
Cultural Outreach, the annual cultural show organized by the Trent International Student Association (TISA) is set to perform next Saturday, March 16. It will take place at Showplace Performance Center and there will be two shows, one at 2:00...
The Trent University Native Association (TUNA) has a long history (almost 35 years) of bringing the Pow Wow Trail to Trent, and this year the tradition is being revived. This Saturday, March 16, the TUNA Traditional Pow Wow will...
There has been some buzz on campus about the new student group Trent Republic, the conservative alternative to the Trent Liberty group. This relatively young group has been making quite a few ripples on campus, especially since the public...
This February, Trent in Oshawa opened its doors to over a hundred people to attend their annual Black History Month events. A student-run initiative, partnered with community groups, their goal to educate their community on Black History month was...
After applying for club status, Trent Lifeline was denied by the Trent Central Student Association (TCSA) and Trent University last week. They are asking that the decision be overturned and that the group be officially recognized. While denying a club...