A few months ago, I was lucky enough to be a part of the Ontario Government’s roundtable on Food Security. What struck me during this discussion (besides the lack of people in the room having experienced food insecurity) is...
Photo: Tamsyn Riddle sits second from the right at her Silence is Violence press conference at Trinity College at University of Toronto in April 2017. Photo by Hannah Dos Santos. In April, Tamsyn Riddle filed a human rights application against...
It's finally open! Trent University allows its students to unleash their potential with the grand opening of its student centre on September 27th, 2017. An event was held that evening open to all students and members of the Trent...
Head of the Trent is a mix of homecoming, alumni weekend, and sports, including one of the largest single-day regattas in North America. With tons of events throughout the weekend the Head of Trent had something for everyone. Regatta One of...
Letter to the Editors When you open your Trent e-mail this week, please do not ignore messages from the TCSA regarding their fall by-elections. The e-mail will include a link to your ballot and it’s very important that you vote. Why?...
With the first two weeks of class now concluded at Trent University, new and returning students have gotten a feel for their surroundings. Such a task involves becoming used to upheaval in the 2017-2018 academic year: the Bata library...
Construction began on the highly anticipated student center at Trent in April of 2017. As students looked up from their exam notes in the soon-to-be-closed Bata library, they wondered what the center would have in store for them come...
Speaking at the library’s opening ceremony, Thomas J. Bata told the audience that: Education is a process of discrimination, and I hope that the students of Trent University will learn to discriminate wisely and well. Invoking this older use of the...
The excitement of Peterborough residents and visitors queuing up along George Street outside of Showplace was palpable. The crowd was eager to enter the theatre last Saturday to see Trent’s talented students put on Cultural Outreach: A State of...
It started with a smudge. Students, faculty and community members gathered in a circle as Dawn Martin and Betty Carr-Braint move in opposite directions to honour both the Haudenosaunee and Anishnaabe. Smoke rises from shells with the smell of...