Most of us here at Trent know that there used to be two downtown Colleges. One was Peter Robinson College (PR), which is now closed, and the other is Traill College, which the administration has been deliberating about for...
On International Women’s Day, March 8, 2018, Lady Eaton College had the pleasure of hosting the Seeley Women in Leadership Luncheon. This annual event commemorates the college’s founding Principal, Marjory Peters Seeley Rogers, whose leadership and dedication made the...
Through the years, Trent has become unrecognizable to those who would have lived with their professors in the late 60s. These changes are best measured through the shifts in the nature of the collegiate system. Thus, an investigation of...
Trent University students will be facing a big decision come the spring referendum as both the university administration and the Trent Central Student Association (TCSA) have signalled their intentions to forge ahead with a plan to build a multi-million...
“I couldn’t imagine studying development and not spending a year abroad in a developing country,” said Sarah O’Toole, a fourth-year Trent student with a double major in International Development and Philosophy. “I learned how to be independent.” O’Toole was involved...
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...
Every year the International Development Studies Department at Trent hosts a lecture from a notable academic in the field of International Development. This endowed lecture series is funded by former Trent Faculty Dr. David Morrison and Dr. Alena Heitlinger...
The story was born out of a peculiar need to explore the mysterious dynamic between men and women. I wrote this play because I always wondered if it was possible for a man to develop a real connection with...
Jamie Scriber is a Trent student secretly living in a Lady Eaton College janitorial closet, out of preference. They often jokes with his parents about it being fate for them to be a writer, given their last name. Their...