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...
On February 3rd, an anonymous submission to Arthur Newspaper pulled back the curtain on Trent’s Athletic Center (AC). The document included information about the misspending of mandatory student fees, called for the right to opt out of athletic fees,...
There’s a saying that “a picture says a thousand words,” and photographers often use their photos as a doorway into other worlds or an escape from reality. Photographs can tell unknown truths and convey emotions without speech.  It’s why people...
“The atmosphere of totalitarianism is deadly to any kind of prose writer, though a poet... might possibly find it breathable.”- George Orwell, The Prevention of Literature When George Orwell published “The Prevention of Literature” in 1946, he did so in...
From Superman to Wonder Woman, super heroes have been the superhumans we wish for when we need defenders of justice; a person to swoop in and save the day, the defender of the meek and the smasher of the...
Trent University has officially announced the closure of Bata Library for the next upcoming academic year. An information session was held on Friday, January 20th that...
Writer’s name withheld upon request. Please note that the opinions expressed  in  articles do not  reflect Arthur Newspaper or the Arthur Board of  Directors. In response to this article, we welcome letters to [email protected] Over the last few years the...
Named after the explorer Samuel de Champlain, Champlain College celebrates its 50th Anniversary at Trent University. After being the first college to open at the university, Champlain College is celebrating its golden year with its continued traditions throughout the...
Anchored at the base of Symons Campus’s rolling drumlin, Lady Eaton College’s zigzagging, concrete architecture manages to stand boldly against this distinctive landmark, while at the same time avoiding any significant obstruction of its natural beauty. Established in 1968, just...