The Trent Central Student Association is Member Local 71 of the Canadian Federation of Students/Fédération Canadienne des étudiantes et étudiants (CFS). Many university students go through their academic careers without ever hearing about the organizations their student unions are...
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...
On November 17th, Trent students and faculty members gathered in the Champlain Learning and Living Commons for yet another engaging panel discussion regarding recent major political developments around the globe. Hosted by the Departments of Political Studies and International Development, the...
In the week or so since the American election there has been a wild race on social media to frame one’s political opponents as the most violent in the wake of the election. For those happy about the election results,...
They’ve done it again! The Trent African Caribbean Student Union put on their yearly anticipated showcase of culture, Afrobana, this past Saturday evening. Students and community members were treated to a dazzling event, which pulled culture and music from...
On November 2nd, the latest installment of the Symons Seminar Series was hosted at Bagnani Hall in Traill College. This series, which usually runs from October to April of each school year, gives graduate students a chance to share...
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,...