Standing at the centre of Sadlier House’s Hobbs Memorial Library, author and community organiser Rosemary Ganley offered  a seemingly benign anecdote about an upcoming spiritual retreat in the American southwest she had recently been made aware of, asking the...
As hard as it can be to make it to the top of the mountain, it is usually harder to stay there. Trent’s extramural hockey team is finding that out this year. After a great season last year that...
  When 2nd year Physics major Kieran Wilson was asked to pose nude for a calendar to put a stop to homophobia in sport, he wasn’t quite sure what to think. Beginning his rowing career in the Trent Rowing Novice Program...
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...
For those who have not yet heard, a chunk of Trent University’s wetland property has been sold off to City Council to build a hulking mass of an arena and corresponding 500-car parking lot, a decision that has been...
Trent University Professor Dr. Bradley White was very recently featured in the startlingly beautiful documentary called Meet the Coywolf on PBS’s Nature. Professor White, who was at the forefront of the discovery of the coywolf, further extended his knowledge to...
The advent of social media has created an opportunistic hub for artists. University culture has thrived due to platforms such as Twitter and Facebook, allowing for discourse, debate, and a broader outreach to the student body than before. Trending...
Welcome to the new academic year! We are truly honoured that our friends at Trent conservatives have chosen Arthur to reveal their new, highly esteemed award for this coming year: the Corey R. LeBlanc Award for Courage and Freedom...
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...
At one point in Indian director Tarsem Singh's The Fall, a question is brought up: what is an epic? Although just shy of two hours in length, The Fall itself is without a doubt an epic in the true...