British food usually gets a bad rap and rightfully so. If you have any idea what an aspic is you will agree with me; however, one thing they get right is sausages and potatoes. This is one of the cheapest,...

Haunted Histories

Happy Halloween kids!  Maybe by the time we reach university one is too mature for bobbing for apples and dressing up like spiderman (yeah right), but no one is ever too old for a ghost story? Right? Arthur got a chance...
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...
Host the Feminist Research Cafe, of course! Dr. May Chazan has led the students of WMST 3031 Doing Feminist Research throughout the winter semester to carry out their own research projects. Each of these students took a required preliminary women’s...
In a world where distances are shorter than ever, new technologies enable instant communication across the globe. People are exposed to different ways of thinking and love has, in many ways, become more internationalized than ever before. Some would argue...
The Arthur Newspaper staff of 2012/2013 had the pleasure of working alongside a particularly kind student, Brad Whalen-Strauss. You could tell he was a wonderful person from the way he was always smiling, and his big bellow of a laugh. On...
  Hello November! Now that this month is well underway (shh, don’t tell me how close we are to the end, I’ve far too much left to do before it’s done!), I am feeling stressed to the max. There are...
Public transit. No matter where you live in Canada everyone has complaints. Here is the need-to-know information about your (new) local transit system. The George North If you are sitting at the Bata Library steps waiting for the West Bank bus...
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....
Observing Jill Staveley with her children Charlie and Meara is a beautiful insight into a special dynamic between mother and daughters. When Meara, just days away from her fourth birthday, couldn’t bring herself to smile as the lethargy of...