Hello darlings and welcome back! Classes are back in full swing, I’m terribly sorry for the delay of the column. Just like you I’ve been finishing up my hours from my summer job and getting myself prepped for the...
While Reading Week is meant as a chance for students to be able to focus on school work, nobody really does this and many use it as an opportunity to travel to exotic locations. Having always either stayed in...
This week the TCSA is hosting its first Healthy Living campaign. In the past the TCSA has been actively involved in the food services. Some of you will recall the Raw Deal study the TCSA published in 2012 that...
Recently, I have come across this phenomenon where people are claiming that they are “sexually free.” As a first-year who is just delving into the realm of feminist research and analysis, I am finding this claim rather laughable....
Thinking about getting a pet? Don’t. I have a dog, and it sucks. Ten years ago, I had a decent job, a supportive partner, and a rare detached house and yard in downtown Toronto with some of my best...
Everyone knows of Dreams of Beans, the beautiful cafe and coffee bean dispensary that sells homemade pastries such as the famous spinach and feta boureka. This was one of our favourite study spots as students, and is still a space...
Africa is Not a Country! ....Were the words I wanted to scream out loud while watching Blended, a romantic comedy starring Adam Sandler, in addition to addressing the other gross stereotypes and plainly racist innuendos used during the characterization of...
On April 9, the Peterborough Examiner’s local news featured a headline that read: “Peterborough’s March unemployment rate of 4.3% was lowest of Canada’s 34 census metropolitan areas.” The Statistics Canada report that published this finding noted the drop in unemployment...
  “Pretty please?” If initiatives were as easy to dispense as kind words, combatting mental illness might be more effective. On December 6, Lady Gaga released an open letter on her website saying that she has coped with PTSD for the last...
I have written for this paper for three years, now. I am in my fourth year at Trent, and besides my first year of drunken shenanigans, Arthur newspaper has been a stable, if not equal, part of my life....