Another week, another breakfast. This week’s breakfast hunt found BPC and I at a new breakfast/lunch joint on Charlotte: Two Dishes Cookshop. They only opened their doors a few weeks ago, but we’d already heard rumours that it was a...
When the conversation gets to the topic of weather, you’d think it’s small talk material, but Canadian winter - quite the topic. Being born and raised in the warm climate of the desert, moving to Canada was quite an adjustment....
I had the distinct pleasure of speaking with two individuals who are adventurers in the truest sense of the word. Alex Brownlee, and partner Christian Milani, are roughly two months into their journey from Toronto, Ontario, all the way...
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...
As many of Trent’s undergraduates find themselves getting closer to the point of having to answer the question “What are you going to do with that?” they may want to consider following in the footsteps of the thousands of...
Putting it lightly, living off campus – away from the sheltered nature of residence-life and living a short walk away from your classrooms – can be incredibly daunting. There’s a lot to consider, and TISA is here to provide...
Click for full size image. Wes and Calla
Here’s the thing about mental health: when your mental health is poor anything can seem insurmountable. So when you have mental health problems, you cannot compare yourself to how anyone else is coping. “I should be happy. I should care...
  The beauty of this dish is that it requires very little equipment. A soup pot, frying pan, cutting board, knife and hotplate will make this delicious, nutritious vegetarian lunch. I have listed specific veggies to include, but I encourage...
The Peterborough Social Planning Council recently released the results of their “Local Food & What We Think About Buying Local: The Future of Food & Farming” survey. With responses from 538 people the information is a great starting tool...