Tuesday, March 28, 2017
From Superman to Wonder Woman, super heroes have been the superhumans we wish for when we need defenders of justice; a person to swoop in and save the day, the defender of the meek and the smasher of the...
When Pat Nelson saw the for sale sign on the corner of Water Street and Parkhill, she knew that it was meant to be. This would be the beginning of her new student friendly restaurant, Sophia’s. Nelson could only...
I can’t say I’ve ever met someone as positive and upbeat as Dylan O’Hagan. At the age of 24 my friend Dylan, a graduate of Trent University, died on Sun., Jan. 29 in Peterborough. Dylan and I were two of the...
Walking into a beauty supply store in the hood is like walking into a parallel universe. Cheap bright lipsticks grab your eye immediately. Hair hangs from the ceiling. There is abundant hair dye, cheap gold jewelry, and every hair...
The small city of Peterborough, Ontario is one of a kind. It’s a thriving student city with a culture based on unity and community living. Peterborough can also be seen as a metaphor; an artwork that is undeniably underrated....
  “Pretty please?” If initiatives were as easy to dispense as kind words, combatting mental illness might be more effective. On December 6, Lady Gaga released an open letter on her website saying that she has coped with PTSD for the last...
I debated with myself whether I should make this recipe public, but in the end my love for you dear Arthur readers won out. Merry Christmas from Hot Dish, and you’re welcome! Also known as Christmas Crack, my mother Rita’s...
The December Cat Calendar has been an annual tradition at Arthur for years now. Every December, Arthur staff and the Trent community send off photos of their lovely felines, leaving the editors with the very difficult job of choosing...
While humans are immeasurably more complex than the robots and computers we build, we do essentially function with a biological “clock” or “computer”. We call it our circadian rhythm. The human body would seem to run on a set...

How Canada Remembers

Every November, we donate our toonies and pin on our poppies. We do this to symbolize our respect to the fallen soldiers that have sacrificed their lives in the World Wars for our peace. By remembering all those who...