It probably doesn’t matter much to you what I think of The Spill, but I’m gonna tell you anyways. A few weeks ago was the one year anniversary (can you call it that?), and memoriam (even worse, no?) of the...
This article is a recap of a busy month—September. I was given access to the September 2018 Report to have some real info to tell. And hey, I am aware that this is a late recap, that it is now...
In a hilarious turn of events, Peterborough city council has lost an $18-million dollar grant that would have allowed the Dual Pad Arena project to take off. The project, which is best known around Trent University and the city as...
I have had conversations with all council persons for my ward, in the City of Peterborough, and that has been thought-provoking. Several days ago CHEX television covered an open forum with Peterborough taxpayers and the mayor....
A recent scientific study by the American National Academy of Science states that the world must dramatically reduce its greenhouse gases in as little as ten years to avoid runaway climate change that will make the world uninhabitable for...
Every year the International Development Studies Department at Trent hosts a lecture from a notable academic in the field of International Development. This endowed lecture series is funded by former Trent Faculty Dr. David Morrison and Dr. Alena Heitlinger...
On Thursday October 4, the Market Hall Performing Arts Centre was abuzz with conversations of immigration acceptance, and more surprisingly, sport. The theme was integration. The event ran from 5:30 to 8:30 and featured a documentary film called Nice...
As Peterborough’s municipal election quickly approaches, many students are wondering how they can become more informed on where the candidates stand on the issues that matter most to students. On October 15, the TCSA will host an On-Campus Municipal...
In recent years, the Canadian theatre scene has seen a budding trend towards creating experiences that seek to create a more inclusive environment for show-goers of all stripes. Relaxed performances – sometimes referred to “sensory-friendly performances” – were originally...
Peterborough’s mayoral candidates could not be more different. This polarity was on full display at the Mayoral Candidates Debate on October 4 at the Venue. At 32, Diane Therrien is a youthful, vibrant candidate in the early stages of what...