When John Davidson and his wife learned that their son Jesse had Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD), it changed their life forever. From that day on they have been dedicated to finding the elusive cure for DMD. In 1995 John...
Brought to you by Trent Active Minds   The Climax   I am miserable all the time, perpetually on the brink of tears. I will never accomplish my dreams. School seems pointless since I don’t think I’ll be alive much longer. I feel like...
To say that I’m writing anything to do with bullying on the week we decide to publish a positivity-focused paper is strange, to say the least. There’s nothing good, or positive, or happy about bullying. Not one thing, though my...
Photo by Alice Froude There are a many number of wonderful things about our small country that so many people don’t know about. As Hugh Grant once said in Love Actually (posing as the prime minister), “We may be a...
Photos by Cassie Vosburgh Photography You’ve probably heard the phrase, “marry your best friend.” This advice couldn’t be more true for young couples today. I was a young girl, walking the corridors of Trent University, in love and married at...
Where do you even begin with a city like this? I have been to NYC a few times, and each time it becomes more magical and more difficult to leave. It also means that I have had the chance...
If you’ve ever returned from a booze run on the downtown path that loosely follows the Jackson Creek, you may have noticed a mouth-watering aroma wafting into your nostrils as you approached Charlotte St. “Whence this heavenly scent?” you...

Racism Lives

I want to tell you a story. ‘Tis a true one. Today I had a date with the Landlord/Tenant Board. I will not bore you with the details, but I’m sure you can imagine why I was...
While Reading Week is meant as a chance for students to be able to focus on school work, nobody really does this and many use it as an opportunity to travel to exotic locations. Having always either stayed in...
When we talk about privacy on the internet it isn’t black and white. There are categories, shall we say, and where the uncrossable line lies is different depending on who you are and what information you want. Let’s start with...