Oh, the holidays — that idealized time of year when life seems to stand still in the wake of the euphoric bliss that is a two-week hiatus from academia, spent in the midst of family, friends and good cheer....
Three years ago, I began an Arthur article for Issue Zero (my first, actually) complaining about how the summer was speeding by before my freshman year. I guess I was trying to cling onto that last little bit of youth...
The Trent University Native Association (TUNA) will be hosting a Traditional Thanksgiving meal at the Seasoned Spoon on Thursday October 4. The event is a “way to celebrate this time of year as students and as friends,” according to...
The war on sexuality belongs to our generation. We constantly debate issues surrounding consent, sexual identity, and one’s bodily autonomy. There may be many reasons for this widespread misunderstanding of these aspects of sexuality: a lack of access to...
Dear Editors, Dirty air conditioning systems in automobiles and/or homes may be responsible for a seemingly new, paralyzing epidemic affecting children across the United States, and has also been reported in Canada and around the world. The paralysis is correctly...
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,...
Telecare recognizes that students are dealing with a significant amount of stress from a huge amount of factors: school, work, relationships, loneliness, isolation, and/or mental illness. Exam time can be hard for any student, especially if they are dealing...
VIRGO Calm heart of the storm Swirling winds tug at your sleeves Let go and just dance LIBRA When you don't love work Find ways to work with your loves Shine light in the night SCORPIO The patient shark waits The school of fish will turn tail Snap them up...
When we talk about privacy on the internet it isn’t black and white. There are categories, shall we say, and where the uncrossable line lies is different depending on who you are and what information you want. Let’s start with...
Every November 20, we mourn. The Trans Day of Remembrance, or TDOR for short, was founded in 1999 to draw attention to the murder of a trans woman. Every year since then, trans people around the world mourn those who’ve...