Trent Active Minds

Ukelele in hand, the performer on-stage introduces himself, saying “Hi, I’m Shawn, and I have anxiety”. The scene becomes even more moving when this is followed by a cheer from the crowd and a spattering of encouragement and agreement. When...
Photo by Keila MacPherson A clarion calls to students to tell your story about Trent, to share your vision, and shape the future of “Your Trent”. The Your Trent Symposium is a student-run ingenuity in celebration of the 50th anniversary of...
Arthur Spring Elections are coming up! That means that it is time to elect the editor(s) and three Staff Collective Board directors for the upcoming academic year. For more information about these positions, please consult the Arthur Policies and Procedures...
On the evening of Feb. 24, a humble but enthusiastic crowd of around 100 people gathered in the Champlain Great Hall to attend the Mi’kmaq Warriors speaking tour. The tour was launched to raise awareness about the warriors’ struggle...
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...
The Trent International Student Association (TISA) serves as a way for international students to show off their culture by joining or being a part of their respective regional groups! TISA is a student-run organization that represents the international community...
Photo by Andrew Tan. As we hope you already know, the Seasoned Spoon is a non-profit, vegetarian, cooperative café located in Champlain College. While the Spoon’s inception 10 years ago was led largely by left-leaning keeners and based on grassroots...
The Trent Part-Time Students Association (TPSA) will be holding an online referendum between March 9 and 12 to seek an answer from part-time students as to whether or not they want to merge with the Trent Central Student Association...
This Thursday, January 21st, Canada’s positive international image in regards to Africa will be challenged. OPIRG, The Council of Canadians, and the Student Association for International Development (SAID) have come together in a collaborative event that will feature book readings...
By now, you may have noticed the distinctive black and white posters decorating the many walls and passages across campus carrying our logo. Perhaps you overheard a fellow student or professor mention Trent Liberty’s PintsNPolitics in lecture or at...