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...

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...
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 fifth annual Purple Onion Festival was held on Sunday September 20th. The sun shone on vendors and festival goers alike, fostering a great atmosphere for eating local produce, listening to talented musicians and learning about climate change and social...
The 6th annual Purple Onion Festival was my first. As a newcomer to Local Food Month in Peterborough, I was intrigued to find out more. The Purple Onion festival, founded by Fred Irwin, began in 2010 as a celebration...
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...
Something good is growing at Trent. Something succulent and delicious. Hidden amongst the crowds of students, orientation week activities, labs and lecture halls are luscious organic gardens bursting with mouth-watering produce just waiting to be discovered. Alright, truthfully there are...
It’s your first week on campus and you’re attempting to navigate your way around, searching for a place to begin setting roots. The sights and sounds of ISW week are everything; yelling students, music, games and campus tours abound....
Diwali, the festival of lights and one of the biggest celebrations for the South Asian community, has once again found its way to Trent. Each year the South Asian Association at Trent (SAAT) comes together to put on an...
These sweet and tangy lemon bars are good all year round, but their bright yellow colour and citrus flavour make them the perfect accompaniment to an Easter celebration. The best thing about these beauties is that the recipe makes...