The Trent World Action Council put on an incredible event that worked to open up the conversation for students about sexual health. Dirty Drag Bingo was held in the Ceilie on January 25 and February 1. Both nights had...
Welcome to the college of the river, the otter, and the cafeteria that serves all day breakfast! Over 2200 students are currently affiliated with Otonabee College (both those in residence and those off-campus), making it the largest college at...
Student politics can seem to many students dry, time-consuming, and uninteresting. We simply elect (if we vote at all) people who profess to have our best interests at heart or those with a better understanding and drive to be...
Josh Lamers, keynote speaker of this year’s Community Movements Conference, spoke to a full house at the Peterborough Public Library on Friday February 1. The opening night of the conference also coincided with the first day of Black History...
With Punxsutawney Phil reporting an early spring this Groundhog Day, it is hard not to be so full of excitement that you pull out your whole summer wardrobe, despite it still being the middle of February. Fortunately, I am...
In January 2019, the Ontario provincial government made significant changes to the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP), including drastically reducing the availability of grants to low-income students and slashing the six-month grace period for paying back student loans following...
By now you may have heard of this announcement from the Doug Ford government: they are planning to lower tuition by 10%, starting September 2019. While this announcement was illustriously described as “making postsecondary education more affordable through historic...
On February 7, the Trent University Sociology Collective hosted their second Bob Ross De-Stress Paint Night. For those who don't know who Bob Ross is, he was an artist and painting instructor who hosted the popular television program, The...
As March approaches, we are that much closer to electing the 2019-2020 Board of the Trent Central Student Association. Comprised of five paid Executive positions, 12 equity-focused Directorships, and 17 appointed positions for representation from Trent’s Indigenous Students Association,...
Two of the many things that Trent boasts of as part of its immersive student experience are its natural landscape and breathtaking architectural beauty. When T. H. B. Symons, Trent’s founder and the main campus’ namesake, set his sights...