Here are the articles that were associated with our special self-love week issue: Self-Love: Learning through Bodily Experience Fill in the Blank: "I am not my..." Nanaboozhoo Loves Trent Students Why do we need Self Love Week? From Self Harm to Self Love The True...
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...
One of the unfortunate things about university life is the lack of consistent institutional memory - people move away, and they take their skills and knowledge with them. Or they get busy and stop doing awesome things like, for...
By Allie Preyde and Gilbert Enenajor Kathleen Wynne has just become Canada's first openly gay Premier, as well as the first woman in Ontario to hold this prestigious position. More and more barriers are being broken, and fields that were...
Thinking of finally making that practical investment in Microsoft Office? Stop right there! Microsoft has announced that as of December 1, it will be making its Office 365 ProPlus suite available for free to students at universities that license...

Airport Reflections

Traveling during the holidays is always an interesting experience. There usually isn’t a lot of time to observe “airport culture” as it is often neglected due to the rush associated of traveling. However, a 12-hour layover provided me with a...

Street Style Issue 11

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Street Style Issue 18

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When asked to write a feature for the Arthur’s women’s issue, I was instinctively drawn to doing a piece based on my own experiences. As a young magazine editor, I had initially thought to write about the challenges of...
Arthur attended last week’s Trent African & Caribbean Student Union event, TACSU Talks. It was titled What is Black? The speakers Suzanna Lam and Achol Moses’s inspiration for the topic came from how often “we see Black History Month...