The Community Radio Fund of Canada distributed a million dollars in grants to community radio broadcasters across the country early this November in their latest funding endeavour, Radiometres. Your local community radio broadcast facility, Trent Radio (CFFF 92.7 FM),...
The United States of America has re-elected Obama as their President. Reactions in the United States were public and varied from elation to despair. However, it was not just America that drew breath once the election was called—in fact,...
Trent Excalibur took on the Humber College Hawks at the Justin Chiu Stadium in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) men’s varsity rugby champion- ship finals. The match took place this past Sunday afternoon, November 18, at 1pm. With both teams...
As we move towards the end of November, there is a growing appreciation for the way some people are growing moustaches, while others are desperately trying to keep up, all in the spirit of raising awareness about prostate cancer....
Many concerns have arisen about Canada’s pending Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (FIPA) deal with China. The deal, which could be legally ratified any time now, is advertised as creating greater investment security for Chinese investors in Canada...
The process to replace Trent University’s food service contract is gathering steam; however, the administration is continuing to examine the possibility of granting Aramark Canada a one year contract extension, while it continues to mull over potential food service...
The scheduled closure of the Experimental Lakes Area (ELA) in March of next year threatens to put an early end to a multiyear whole lake experiment run in part by researchers at Trent. The Lake Ecosystem Nanosilver (LENS) Project, a...
Local musicians Dave Grenon, Wes Grist, and Bennett Bedoukian are Hello Babies. Formerly named Tender Buttons, together they play a kind of music that combines techniques from a variety of musical traditions including jazz, rock, post-punk and noise. They...
Unpaid internships are steadily replacing entry-level jobs, and graduating students are feeling the extra financial burden of working for free just as their student loan payments are becoming due. The fact that the majority of internships offer little to...
After two years in office, Mayor Bennett released his Mid Term Report to the public to be read, scrutinized, and reacted to. But this year he decided to do something a little different. Bennett took to Twitter last Monday from...