Prof. James Daschuk, of the University of Regina, has dedicated the past two decades of his career to uncovering the history of the Canadian colonial expedition of the Great Plains. His recent book, Clearing the Plains: Disease, Politics of Starvation,...
Being a student surrounded by many pro-life friends, it was inevitable for me to hear about the news: the pro-life group was denied club status at Trent.  I decided to do some research on the situation to form a...
On Thursday March 15 at 1:00 PM, the Student Centre Event Space (room 1.07) will be hosting a screening of a documentary entitled Pushback, which outlines the poverty and homelessness issue within Peterborough, by investigating the Warming Room, a...
Jamie Scriber is a Trent student secretly living in a Lady Eaton College janitorial closet, out of preference. They often joke with their parents about it being fate for them to be a writer, given their last name. Jamie's...
Jamie Scriber is a Trent student secretly living in a Lady Eaton College janitorial closet, out of preference. They often joke with their parents about it being fate them to be a writer, given their last name. Their parents...
Dorothy Howard-Gill is a Lab Demonstrator and Technician here at Trent University, where she also completed her Master’s degree. The reasons she was attracted to Trent for her education also became some of the reasons that she stayed here...
On November 16, Trent University hosted an event in the Student Centre for its Chancellor Lecture Series featuring Chancellor Don Tapscott called “Towards a New Social Contract for the Digital Age.” Chancellor Tapscott is considered to be one of the...
On Friday November 16, over 200 Trent students, faculty, staff, alumni, community members and dignitaries celebrated the grand reopening of Thomas J. Bata Library after its transformational renovations over the past 18 months. The $18-million library transformation project was funded...

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The deadline to apply for all of these positions is September 13 at noon. 6 weekly reporters (with one position being dedicated to sports): 4 TWSP (OSAP recipients). 1 non-TWSP (non-OSAP recipients). 1 TIP (international students). $10.65/hr for 7.5 hours per...
While many students are feeling the pressure of November crushing down on them with term papers and exams, others are ending the the fall semester on a lighter note. For example, the students of Spanish Culture and Civilization, taught...