Did you know? Hijab is an Arabic word that means barrier or partition. The Trent Muslim Students’ Association (TMSA), in honor of breast cancer awareness, holds a Pink Hijab Week in collaboration with BUGS (Biology Undergraduate Society), Trent Pre-Medical Society,...
I’ve had enough. I’ve had enough of family members contacting me telling me to be safe because news of recent Trent happenings have spread around social media. I’ve had enough of hearing that students feel unsafe leaving their dorms...
Diwali, the festival of lights and one of the biggest celebrations for the South Asian community, has once again found its way to Trent. Each year the South Asian Association at Trent (SAAT) comes together to put on an...
On Wednesday, November 2nd students and activists across the country mobilized in coordination with the Canadian Federation of Students to advocate for substantial reforms in the financing of post-secondary education. The Trent Central Student Association, in conjunction with the...
Meet Ugyen: a member of the Trent alumni who first moved to Peterborough in 2004 from Bhutan. Ugyen has a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Biology, but this hardly defines her. Ugyen’s passion is fashion: “that’s what completes me,”...
Assalamu alaikum! Eid Mubarak. (I know Eid was last month, but it is better late than never!) Blessings to you, your families, and your friends this evening. Tonight, I am honoured to be here representing Trent International as its acting Director. Trent International...
The Arthur Newspaper staff of 2012/2013 had the pleasure of working alongside a particularly kind student, Brad Whalen-Strauss. You could tell he was a wonderful person from the way he was always smiling, and his big bellow of a laugh. On...
Every year on October 4th across Canada, Indigenous peoples and their allies come together to remember and honour missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and two-spirit people. In solidarity, the TCSA and TUNA (Trent University Native Association) came together...
As I stood in a circle of approximately 150 people, with red dresses swinging from trees, the sound of drumming songs from Curve Lake First Nation and Alderville First Nation men, jingle dress-dancers, and the warmth of the autumn...
The last week of September went by really fast, as everyone was counting down the days before Head of the Trent. This is a tradition that everyone in our community knows about, and the excitement is infectious. Trent students...