co-written by Megan Quinton. Photo: Tori Silvera Holocaust survivor, graphic designer, filmmaker, and 1960s ad man Jack Kuper graced the Trent community with his presence on Thursday November 29th 2012 thanks to Lady Eaton College and the History Department. Jack...
Pictured is the author, Yumna. Photo by Andrew Tan. The 22 years I have spent on Earth so far have consisted of many Diasporas coupled with constantly shifting ideologies, often paralleled with my environment. From Pakistan to New York to...
Donning fake eagle feathers, a beaded headband and a dream catcher swaying from her hips, a girl clothed in a faux hide dress makes her way to the dance floor. She is not Aboriginal, but as she parades through...
  When 2nd year Physics major Kieran Wilson was asked to pose nude for a calendar to put a stop to homophobia in sport, he wasn’t quite sure what to think. Beginning his rowing career in the Trent Rowing Novice Program...
Let’s talk about sex. An activity that is both the subject of praise and criticism, sex is one of the biggest components of our humanity. It’s been a source of power, of controversy, of misunderstanding; sex has toppled governments...
The excitement of Peterborough residents and visitors queuing up along George Street outside of Showplace was palpable. The crowd was eager to enter the theatre last Saturday to see Trent’s talented students put on Cultural Outreach: A State of...
The urgency to implement Neonicotinoid regulations, which is set to be effective on July 1, stands questioned as latest data shows a significant decrease in mortality rate for in-season bees, through improved best practices. According to the recent data from...
In a message in support of International Women’s Day, the UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres commented on how women’s rights were being “reduced, restricted and reversed”. He couldn’t have been more right. International Women’s Day found its origins in the working class woman’s story....
Speaking at the library’s opening ceremony, Thomas J. Bata told the audience that: Education is a process of discrimination, and I hope that the students of Trent University will learn to discriminate wisely and well. Invoking this older use of the...
Anishinaabe comedian and Second City Conservatory graduate Ryan McMahon’s material has been described as “irreverent and boundary pushing.”  The Unreserved Tour is occurring across Canada this month, stopping in Peterborough on October 15 at the Gordon Best Theatre on...