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...
Murray Street is the northern border of Peterborough’s downtown. Four blocks of this poorly paved road, from Water to Stewart Streets, serve as a microcosm of the City. It contains the frequently highlighted and frequently disregarded components of this...
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...
Who shot first: Han Solo or Greedo? Who’s your favourite Doctor? Should/Will J.K. Rowling write more Harry Potter Books? Why in Odin’s name was Firefly cancelled? All these questions and more are just some of the topics that we...
My name is Daniel Morris - I’m a 4th year student for my B.Sc in Honours Psychology. I’d like to tell you about plants and brains. The Tahina Palm tree is a rare palm tree that was...
On the night of September 21 of 1788, the Austrian army, comprised of various minorities, attacked itself while awaiting the Turkish forces. After having drank away most of the night, the standing army was met by incoming friendly infantry,...
It was rainy and cold, but it was worth it. Weaving my way through an assortment of small booths and tents pitched during the Purple Onion Festival, hosted on September 23rd in Millennium Park, I hardly perceive the wintry...
When we were young, Halloween was a time where we would conjure up the scariest or most animated costumes we could think of and parade around the neighborhood with pillowcases collecting candy from strangers. We’d get home, sort our...
On Aug. 9, 2014, underneath the scorching sun lay the lifeless body of an unarmed black teen: Michael Brown, riddled with bullets. Amidst controversy, tragedy and hope, Black Lives Matter was born – a movement dedicated towards familiarizing our...
In the spirit of sharing Anishinaabe culture with the Trent community during this month of love, I offer a story that shows the love Nanaboozhoo has for the students here at Trent. For those who aren’t familiar, Nanaboozhoo is...