On March 2, Trent University officially welcomed the Chanie Wenjack School of Indigenous Studies into existence. Over 100 people piled into the Ernest and Florence Benedict Gathering Space in the Enweying Building to honour the life of Chanie Wenjack...
Brazil is a second-year white settler woman studying philosophy and environmental science. She is a pro-choice feminist. Saturday March 10, the philosophy department held their annual student symposium. This is an event at which philosophy students from all years are...
Photo by Keila MacPherson The methods through which community publications are produced has changed—what we have now is very different than what was taking place even just 25 years ago—but within the shifting industry, many of the ideals of the...
Who I Am For Arthur I have contributed for the past three years to the business, academics, science, life, arts, local, national, international, campus, and politics sections respectively. I even wrote for the short-lived Trent Radio section. Before my time...
Peterborough cinephiles! The Trent Film Society would love to present to you the final film in our November series on movies about the world of filmmaking. To cap off the month for you all, we are going to screen...
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...
Cricket is an elite sport created by the English in the early 1800s. Since then, cricket has seen various changes and an enormous following from supporters in countries all over the world including the areas such as South Asia,...
Funding cuts and the elimination of academic programs in the Humanities is a plight facing universities around the globe - and Trent University is no exception. Across the Humanities department, 11 full-time tenured faculty members were lost last year through...
The Canadian Thanksgiving can be observed the second Monday of October, however many people opt to spend 3 days in a row and have a long weekend. The first notion of Thanksgiving in Canada dates back to 1578, when the...
On November 2nd, the latest installment of the Symons Seminar Series was hosted at Bagnani Hall in Traill College. This series, which usually runs from October to April of each school year, gives graduate students a chance to share...