It’s your first week on campus and you’re attempting to navigate your way around, searching for a place to begin setting roots. The sights and sounds of ISW week are everything; yelling students, music, games and campus tours abound....
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...
Something good is growing at Trent. Something succulent and delicious. Hidden amongst the crowds of students, orientation week activities, labs and lecture halls are luscious organic gardens bursting with mouth-watering produce just waiting to be discovered. Alright, truthfully there are...
The Trent University Board of Governors has passed, in principle, the Trent Oshawa Strategic and Business Plan for 2013-17. This does not fully put the Trent Oshawa plan in to motion, but expresses that the Board is comfortable supporting it...
Trent Film Society (TFS) is happy to bring you the second instalment in our February line-up of unconventional love stories: Steven Shainberg's kinky independent romantic comedy, Secretary (2002). Despite having been financially unsuccessful upon its release, the quirky film became...
On February 1st, exactly 455 days into Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal leadership, the Department of Political Studies and Champlain College held a panel discussion to reflect on the overall direction of the Trudeau federal government, touching on areas...
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...
The Peter Robinson Townhouses, located on George St near Parkhill, were sold in March of 2015 to a local property owner who has several holdings in other heritage buildings. The PR Townhouses were the primary residences for the former Peter...
Bienvenue, cinéphiles! Trent Film Society are enchantés to present the third film in our February series of quirky love stories: French director Jean-Pierre Jeunet's breakthrough success, Le Fabuleux Destin de Amélie Poulain, better known by its short title, Amélie. We...
I wholeheartedly support the Trent University Native Association’s (TUNA) initiative to introduce a mandatory half-credit in Indigenous Studies at Trent University. I want to be honest as to why. As a “White” Canadian, I have always been conscious of the...