The Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphin was brought to the attention of the scientific community by Trent professor of Biology, John Wang, in 2004. Since then, Trent graduate and undergraduate students have been assisting in studying two populations of pink dolphins...
Co-written by Alice Froude and Pat Reddick One out of two women and one out of five men in Canada will be sexually assaulted over the course of their lifetime, according to the Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre (KSAC).To create awareness...
Typically, I sit down to write an article, putting together a story balancing researched facts and interview quotes. However, this is different. I’m not writing this article to tell you a story or make you face the facts. In...
Photo by Tori Silvera Gustavo Esteva is a scholar who writes and teaches in a de-institutionalised framework in Oaxaca, Mexico at the Universidad de la Tierra. This community-based university allows students without any formal education to learn in any trade...
On a recent visit to Montreal, The Trent delegation took part in McMUN, a model United Nations conference hosted by McGill at the Sheraton. On the weekend of January 25 to January 27, the delegates worked side by side...
Significant staffing cuts have been implemented this year at Trent by the university’s contracted foodservice provider Aramark Canada. According to sources within the company, the number of working hours that have been cut totals approximately 240 per week, a...
"I have been observing Indigenous North American culture for many years... It never ceases to warm my soul when I see articles of clothing, ceremonial regalia, hand-crafted power sticks, beaded work, sashes, carried and worn proudly by first peoples......
Trent University’s Food Services Review Committee recently held two consultation sessions for the purpose of engaging with students and the university community on the food service Request for Proposals (RFP) process. According to a press release issued by the...
Scenes of violence, sailors, Achilles, a chariot, “a touch of the erotic” and all the flowing clothing you can handle are just some of the features of Iphigenia in Aulis by Euripides, which the Classics Drama Group is producing...
A student driven movement to build new greenhouses on Symons Campus has been gaining significant momentum within the university community over the past several weeks. The Facebook group for “Greenhousing Trent’s Campus” was created on December 29, just before...