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,...
Arthur Newspaper’s Annual General Meeting will take place on Thursday, October 18 at 7:00pm, in Scott House Room 105, at Traill College. The Agenda is as follows: Chair’s remarks  Editor(s) remarks  Presentation of the year-end financial statement for the previous year  Presentation of the...
  One of the interesting traits about a small city like Peterborough is that seemingly insular things often overlap. The relationship between Trent University and Sacred Heart College is a perfect example of this. Launched in 2011, Sacred Heart College...

Homecoming

Alumni homecoming weekend has been partnering with the Head of the Trent Regatta for decades now. “It was good for the regatta to draw people back and it was good for the Alumni Association to have that big event...
Ever wonder what happens at Trent during the summer? You might think that with most of the students gone the university shuts its doors and the staff head for hills, or at least their cottages. But you’d be wrong....
*editors note: Raw Deal recommendations at the bottom of post. The TCSA officially released a report on food services at Trent entitled “A Raw Deal” last Wednesday at its campaign launch.  The report “provides an analysis of student opinion regarding food services...
The Strategic Mandate Agreement (SMA) is part of a provincial initiative implemented by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities that aims to usher in sweeping changes to the province’s post-secondary system. On September 17, Trent University administration quietly released...
In a surprise move at the Trent Central Student Association, Aladdin Hasmani, who served as the the organization’s Vice President of Campus Life, resigned from his position last week. Mr. Hasmani, who was more than five months into his second...
The Ontario government has been quietly paving the way for radical change in the province’s post-secondary education system. Over the summer Glen Murray, Ontario’s minister for Training, Colleges and Universities (TCU), introduced a controversial discussion paper that proposes numerous...
It’s been two years since a Trent student suggested Google Apps for Education to Trent’s Information Technology (IT) department.  That student was told to talk to the Trent Central Student Association (TCSA) about it and this September we have...