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...
The Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphin was brought to the attention of the scientific community by Trent professor of Biology, John Wang, in 2004. Since then, Trent graduate and undergraduate students have been assisting in studying two populations of pink dolphins...
Typically, I sit down to write an article, putting together a story balancing researched facts and interview quotes. However, this is different. I’m not writing this article to tell you a story or make you face the facts. In...
Photo by Tori Silvera Gustavo Esteva is a scholar who writes and teaches in a de-institutionalised framework in Oaxaca, Mexico at the Universidad de la Tierra. This community-based university allows students without any formal education to learn in any trade...
Significant staffing cuts have been implemented this year at Trent by the university’s contracted foodservice provider Aramark Canada. According to sources within the company, the number of working hours that have been cut totals approximately 240 per week, a...
A student driven movement to build new greenhouses on Symons Campus has been gaining significant momentum within the university community over the past several weeks. The Facebook group for “Greenhousing Trent’s Campus” was created on December 29, just before...
Community consultation on the Trent Lands plan began last week with the university, aided by Toronto consulting firm The Planning Partnership, hosting a community workshop on Tuesday, November 27 at the Holiday Inn in downtown Peterborough. The workshop was...
Trent University has announced that it will be holding a community workshop on Tuesday, November 27 to begin the process of creating a Trent Lands Plan to guide the future development of the University’s 226 hectares of endowment lands....
The process to replace Trent University’s food service contract is gathering steam; however, the administration is continuing to examine the possibility of granting Aramark Canada a one year contract extension, while it continues to mull over potential food service...