Located on the second floor of Bata Library, the Trent Centre For Teaching and Learning is a new initiative at Trent, says Educational Developer (and Part-time Psychology Department faculty member) Robyne L. Hanley-Dafoe. “It is committed to continuing to foster...
We are currently barreling towards Clubs and Groups day, an event that will feature the movers and the shakers of Trent’s civil society. On September 13th, 10am until 4pm, tables and tents and posters galore will cover Bata podium....
On Monday, September 22, our recently appointed president, Dr. Leo Groarke, was officially invested with the powers and responsibilities of his new position. Sadly, there was a low student turn out considering that this was an important and symbolically relevant...
Can you imagine finding out your father had a secret life of crime before settling down? That’s exactly what happened to Bob Bossin, whose father’s story is told in his latest award-winning book, Davy the Punk. Bob came all the...
Photo by Elisha Rubacha. While many students dream of travelling upon graduation, few ever get the chance. Trent Alumna Elisha Rubacha can be listed among those few. Over the summer Rubacha embarked on a whirlwind tour of Spain, visiting three cities—Madrid,...
A new Trent study suggests that there is a correlation between human activity and the amount of old carbons being dumped in the Earth’s rivers, showing correlation between areas with high population densities and land use as associated with...
Imagine battling for basic rights, entitled to many in Canada, every single day. Imagine facing barriers to education, making intellectual growth an extreme challenge. Imagine the affect this would have on both your personal well-being, and the society you...

LEC’s 50th Year

Being a Social Work student in second year, Lady Eaton College is my college of affiliation. After observing that the Social Work Program has its office there, I decided to make LEC my college! But who the heck was...
Sadleir House - that big, beautiful, Victorian mansion on George Street (now with its own bus stop!) – you may know that it is your downtown student & community facility, funded by a levy from each full-time Trent student...