Alternative Christmas

Turning on your TV and radio during the holidays can be a polarizing action. Ahh, TV! Only really encountered these days during the holidays, when we rush back to our families who still get gouged by cable companies, while...

Street Style Issue 8

Click for full size image. That Handsome Guy and Mary.
I debated with myself whether I should make this recipe public, but in the end my love for you dear Arthur readers won out. Merry Christmas from Hot Dish, and you’re welcome! Also known as Christmas Crack, my mother Rita’s...

Let go of summer!

Hey, Trent. More specifically: hey, first-years. Summer’s over, and it was a quick one for most of you. To think that only three months ago you were tossing off those graduation caps and exiting the stage with a strange eager blend...
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...
Walking into a beauty supply store in the hood is like walking into a parallel universe. Cheap bright lipsticks grab your eye immediately. Hair hangs from the ceiling. There is abundant hair dye, cheap gold jewelry, and every hair...
The number of Muslim Canadians is on the rise, but most non-Muslims remain fairly ignorant of the religious practices of our fastest growing immigrant population. This month being the holy month of Ramadan, it is important to understand the...
Construction began on the highly anticipated student center at Trent in April of 2017. As students looked up from their exam notes in the soon-to-be-closed Bata library, they wondered what the center would have in store for them come...
The ways information can be disseminated have significantly changed over a short period of time. With the rise of the internet and advances in communication technology, it is very easy to have access and share information. While texting, videos,...
As a university student, I get it. We ride the bus, walk to work, sit at cafes, all the while plugged into our iPods and smartphones. We sit, blank faced, plugged in and safe from the inquisition of strangers,...