Programmers: Don’t panic. You can never screw up as badly as other people have in the past—you are not capable of it. You are probably far more interesting a person than you think. People DO want to hear your stories, you...
At the end of January, the colleges had the great pleasure of hosting Stephanie Rayner as this year’s Ashley Fellow. For those who aren’t familiar, the Ashley Fellowship is a fund established by the late Professor C.A. Ashley, long-time...
Friday morning a large clock was unveiled outside Bata Library at Trent University. Generation Screwed, a campaign of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF), put the Federal Debt Clock on display for all to see. The CTF is a not-for-profit...
Clouds roll peacefully by overhead. The sun shines down on the amassed collection of graduates, faculty, staff, and parents. They sit and listen to the advice and wisdom of the orators who have just received their honorary degrees from...
Photo by Keila MacPherson Several weeks ago, in the Journal of Personality, Trent University professor of Psychology Dr. Beth Visser and undergraduate student Victoria DeBow published an acclaimed article, entitled “Psychopathic Sexuality: The Thin Line Between Fantasy and Reality,” in...
This Saturday, October 24, Trent  University hosted the launching  ceremony for the International Institute for Environmental Studies on the first Saturday of reading week. The International Institute for Environmental Studies (IIES) is an international multi-partner collaboration effort that is...
Trent University’s President Dr. Leo Groarke presented his final lecture of a series of three at Traill College on November 12 at 4PM. The series was the annual Gilbert Ryle philosophy events, titled Words, Pictures, Argument: What Happens to...
Yay! It’s Peterborough Pride! It’s my favourite time of the year! My name is Annette Pedlar and I am excited to be the Queer Commissioner for the TCSA this year. I’m looking forward to a year full of campaigns...
March 1 and 2 marked Trent’s 19th annual Indigenous Women’s Symposium. Hosted by the Chanie Wenjack School of Indigenous Studies, and located in the basement of Enweying (popularly known as Gzowski), the symposium actively worked to bring together Indigenous...
The City of Peterborough is increasing transportation fees for Trent University by 10%, and the university has the option of making significant changes to the offered bus services or altering the fees to match the cost increase. Those who...