Friend-zones, Romeos, good ol’ Country Boys -- lend me your ears! Valentine’s Day approaches, and maybe you’re looking for a swanky date site. Allow me to recommend Brio Gusto, “where fire meets taste.” I dined there some time past,...
On Monday January 22, the Centre for Gender and Social Justice and Trent Oxfam co-hosted a Creating Spaces event focused on HIV/AIDS. Zoe Easton facilitated the event with questions, which were answered by David Macmillan and Ariel O’Neill. Macmillan is...
...because clearly we need to. Last issue, an article containing two opposing views about the gender-neutral washrooms was published. It was taken down at the request of the students, but that does not mean this conversation is over. I want...
Hot Belly Mama’s is a long time favourite of mine. Located downtown between Nata’s Café and the Olde Stone Brewing Company (with whom they share a beer menu and an entranceway), Hot Belly Mama’s serves up spicy Cajun dishes...
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...
“Athletics has provided me with much of what I hold near and dear to my heart. It has provided me with an outlet to deal with my emotions, and balance my stress and anxiety levels,” said Cross Country captain,...
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....
Welcome back, hungry students. It’s a new year of the same old stuff. I have a backlog of salads to review, so this is your caveat emptor that this review is of a two-month-old salad. That’s some stinky cheese....
Trent’s newly erected Student Centre was a huge talking point amongst a large majority of both the student body and faculty last year after Bata’s closing was announced. Bata was and is not only a library, but the destination...
There are migrants like myself who travel with documents and reach their place of settlement via airplanes or buses and across borders where clashes with authorities are minimal or no more than one would expect. It is the kind...