The Arthur Newspaper staff of 2012/2013 had the pleasure of working alongside a particularly kind student, Brad Whalen-Strauss. You could tell he was a wonderful person from the way he was always smiling, and his big bellow of a laugh. On...
It is October—the month of Hallowe’en, which means here at Trent Film Society, we are serving up some spooky fall-time fun! We kicked things off with the controversial film, The Devils (1971) and we are following it up with...
Last Thursday night at Traill College, the English Department hosted Kate Cayley as a part of their Writers Reading series. The concept is simple. Bring an acclaimed writer in to read passages, stories, poems, and so on from their...
Who is Emily Amon? I’m a fourth year environmental sciences and studies student, passionate about community-based research and local resource management. My philosophy is to find place-based solutions to environmental problems. I think that when you study both the sciences...
Every year on October 4th across Canada, Indigenous peoples and their allies come together to remember and honour missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and two-spirit people. In solidarity, the TCSA and TUNA (Trent University Native Association) came together...
As I stood in a circle of approximately 150 people, with red dresses swinging from trees, the sound of drumming songs from Curve Lake First Nation and Alderville First Nation men, jingle dress-dancers, and the warmth of the autumn...
Given widespread interest and skepticism surrounding the current United States presidential election, the Department of Political Studies and Champlain College held a “Round Table Discussion on the U.S. Election” on Tuesday October 5th inside the Champlain Living and Learning...
Michael Gilbert is an older gentleman who has been studying philosophy since 1962 and is currently a professor at York University. Miqqi Alicia happens to look great in a dress, and she’s more than happy to talk about it....
Well, it is coming up to that spooky time of year again for part-time employees at Trent. No, not Halloween or mid-terms. CUPE 3908 Unit 1 will be heading back to the bargaining table with Trent on October 20th to...
Last Tuesday evening the Peterborough and Trent community gathered in Market Hall to find out if feminism had “gone astray,” and if so, what might be done to bring it back on track. Dr. Shahra Razavi, chief of research and...