Trent Radio means different things to different people. Here are some memories that were shared with us: Caileigh Morrison: In 2010, Radio on the Lawn was being held on Canada Day. As a federal employee at a National Historic Site,...
Students who have OSAP loans can now apply for a six month grace period extension if they are working in the not-for-profit sector. With OSAP, students have six months after graduation before they have to start paying back their loans,...
Trent Film Society would like to thank you for a successful beginning to another year of film screenings! Our first three events of the year were lots of fun for us and our audiences, including our now-annual tradition of...
After a successful pilot run during the fall semester, the Centre for Teaching and Learning is preparing for the second instalment of their Open Chair Project. This initiative launches Feb. 22, and encourages instructors at Trent to experience the teaching...
Trent University is academically diverse with many prospective students and current students looking to further their education in science, nursing, business, arts, and humanities courses. However, Trent may be facing an identity crisis. Over the past few years, students have seen...
On April 7, students from Trent University and Fleming College showcased community-centered research, innovative solutions and project evaluations in the Community Innovation Forum. The yearly event hosted by Trent University, Fleming College, the Trent Community Research Centre and the Greater...
Nearly a month after the “It’s Okay to be (Against) White(ness)” event on campus, students are still feeling the aftershock of racist actions in the Trent community. Faith Goldy, a known white nationalist, infiltrated the event hosted by the...
On Wednesday, November 2nd students and activists across the country mobilized in coordination with the Canadian Federation of Students to advocate for substantial reforms in the financing of post-secondary education. The Trent Central Student Association, in conjunction with the...
It has been three years since the University of British Columbia became the first Fair Trade Campus in Canada. Soon after, Simon Fraser University, Brock University, and McGill University followed. And then Trent! That’s right, Trent University is among the first...
A board member from the Trent Central Student Association (TCSA) met with Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne last week to discuss the issue of sexual assault and sexual harassment on college and university campuses in Ontario. Betty Wondimu, the TCSA Women’s...