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...
Marci Ien is a driving force in Canadian broadcast journalism. She has reported on a total of six federal elections, was the news anchor for CTV’s coverage of the 2012 Winter Olympics Games, and on November 24,...
Brought to you by Trent Active Minds   The Climax   I am miserable all the time, perpetually on the brink of tears. I will never accomplish my dreams. School seems pointless since I don’t think I’ll be alive much longer. I feel like...
Trent’s newly erected Student Centre was a huge talking point amongst a large majority of both the student body and faculty last year after Bata’s closing was announced. Bata was and is not only a library, but the destination...
Parties, clubs and pubs are increasingly becoming areas of identity contention. The ways in which you dress, act, speak, and behave are in constant display in the areas associated with nightlife entertainment. But what exactly are the expectations when...
February happens to be the shortest month of the year, and conveniently Turner Syndrome Awareness Month. Turner Syndrome (TS) happens when a female is born missing an X chromosome, or part of one, affecting roughly one in every 2,500...
One of the most enjoyable aspects of downtown Peterborough, that we have likely all enjoyed at one time or another, is the presence of hidden gem restaurants – especially in the café district down along Hunter Street. When speaking of...

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...
I’m guessing that the overlap of artists who have been featured on both CBC Radio One and Lollapalooza is relatively small. Alexandra Oliver is one who finds herself in this uncommon crossroads. Her poetry embodies another sort of tension. Aesthetically...
White privilege: a topic that elicits a spectrum of emotions from confusion to utter denial of its existence. The term first appeared in a paper published in 1988, entitled “White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack” by Wellesley College professor Peggy...