Trent International Student Association (TISA) is hosting their annual Cultural Outreach event on March 17. This year’s event is teased on their Facebook page: “… For this year’s annual Cultural Outreach, we will tell you a story through a...
Due to not meeting quorum at the Trent Central Student Association Board of Directors meeting on Sunday, October 5, the TCSA intends to schedule a special meeting over Reading Week. The special meeting will cover the topics listed on...
On November 4th, the Paris Agreement will officially come into effect, and at the time of this article’s composition, eighty-six countries have ratified the agreement. This accord aims to bring a strengthened, collective response to addressing climate change, as...
With files from Jonathan Alphonsus Photocopying books, newspapers, and journals and accessing e-books and e-journals is set to get either a lot more expensive or a lot more confusing. Trent is revising its copyright policies in response to a potential major...
On Friday September 21, Traill College hosted “Queering Disability and Disabling Queerness – A Panel on Access” at Bagnani Hall as part of Peterborough Pride Week. This panel sought to “explore the intersection of two oppressed bodily identities, examining...
Principal of Catharine Parr Traill College, Dr. Michael Eamon, has expanded Trent University’s Continuing Education classes. Dr. Eamon’s initiative, continuing from successful runs since Spring 2014, is a series of evening classes for lifelong learners. The classes are open to...
During reading week, the Trent Model United Nations Society (TMUNS) organized a conference for high school students. Throughout the two days, students were able to grasp on important tools and develop skills that will enable them to succeed in their...
The Seasoned Spoon Café is thrilled to be celebrating its 15th year of growing sustainable, just, and inclusive food systems at Trent University. To celebrate this momentous occasion, a day of festivities has been planned for Mar. 9, in...

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...
With campus food provider Aramark’s contract expiry date looming, administrators are scrambling to find out what students want to eat and how the university can serve it up on a shrinking budget. Trent students showed their dissatisfaction by giving Aramark’s...