The following are briefs from the Trent Central Student Association (TCSA) Board of Directors meeting held on January 11, 2015, the first meeting of the new year. Exam packages a success After welcoming the board back to Trent for the new...
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...
Trent had the pleasure of hosting a published author and Yale philosophy professor at Gzowski last week. Dr. Jason Stanley has published several books, his most recent titled “How Propaganda Works” which won the 2016 PROSE Award in Philosophy....
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...
Could you please give a brief description of 3MP? Three Minute Paper (3MP) is a competition for undergraduate students who are in an upper year course completing a major project or a thesis. The idea behind the competition is that...
The Fossil Fuel Divestment Campaign is just under a year old, and it has already made some serious progress. Students have started campaigns at hundreds of schools across America, including those with some of the biggest endowments in the world...
When, with its baffling comparisons and stylistic pirouettes, the post-postmodern criticism of the thousand-year-old Anglo-Saxon poem Beowulf is finally written, it will begin like this: On December 22, 1938, in the estuary of the Chalumna River off the Eastern...
In first year, I knew this guy who really liked this TA who I hated. This student’s reason for liking him? Because the TA was a white, middle-class, cis, straight man who didn’t know anything about race issues, gender or...
Given widespread interest and skepticism surrounding the current United States presidential election, the Department of Political Studies and Champlain College held a “Round Table Discussion on the U.S. Election” on Tuesday October 5th inside the Champlain Living and Learning...
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...