On the night of September 21 of 1788, the Austrian army, comprised of various minorities, attacked itself while awaiting the Turkish forces. After having drank away most of the night, the standing army was met by incoming friendly infantry,...
Peterborough film lovers! Trent Film Society is happy to present our final September screening, Mathieu Kassovitz’s 1995 Cannes Best Director Award winning magnum opus: La Haine! Kassovitz has built his film career around narrowing in on the lives of...

The Right to Learn

On Wednesday, September 19 the TCSA hosted a film screening of the documentary The Right to Learn, as well as a panel discussion on the accessibility of post-secondary education. The film, made by Ryerson Film student Conor Devries, captures...
2018 is slowly coming to a close and winter is encroaching. So much has happened in this quickly diminishing year, but that does not mean the conversations that began are close to over. Race and the need to understand...
On August 9, 2018 The Guardian newspaper printed an opinion piece entitled “A PhD should be about improving society, not chasing academic kudos.” Within, Dutch researcher Julian Kirchherr argues that the academy has focused on achieving research impact and...
A new initiative at Trent requires students coming into the university this year to take a half credit of Indigenous studies. In celebration, I would like to personally reflect on one of the Indigenous courses I have taken at...
Welcome. You’re now at T(rent) “UNIVERSITY”. This is your first day in a long series of long days. If you’re here for firsts, you’ll soon realize they don’t mean much of anything, anyways. That being said… I’m not supposed...
1. Jiu-jitsu is cool. It’s a martial art consisting of locking, throwing and striking techniques. Among other things, it focuses on yielding, balance and joint manipulation in response to a conflicting force. Our style isn’t competitive and focuses on practical...
B!KE is a student levy group — our vision is to empower people to ride bikes! Our workshop runs year round at 293 George Street, where you can learn to fix and maintain your bike. We are funded...
While you may be getting ready for Orientation week, Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG) Peterborough is gearing up to bring you DisOrientation week 2018! What is DisOrientation week you ask? Well, it is a week of workshops, discussions, tours, and...