Niambi Leigh is a queer Black woman, poet and activist originating from Jamaica, who is currently residing in Peterborough. They have been creating their artistic work of spoken word poetry since high school and have gone on to perform...
I am a silent but loyal reader of Arthur and after some disagreements I have had with the conduct of the newspaper I think I should finally write to you guys. Let me preface this by saying that I...
It has been brought my attention concerns of the new development plans on Trent campus set forth by the Board of Governors in conjunction with the City of Peterborough, namely the Twin Pad Arena Complex and the new Cleantech...
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,...
On Monday January 22, the Centre for Gender and Social Justice and Trent Oxfam co-hosted a Creating Spaces event focused on HIV/AIDS. Zoe Easton facilitated the event with questions, which were answered by David Macmillan and Ariel O’Neill. Macmillan is...
Hot Belly Mama’s is a long time favourite of mine. Located downtown between Nata’s Café and the Olde Stone Brewing Company (with whom they share a beer menu and an entranceway), Hot Belly Mama’s serves up spicy Cajun dishes...
Sunday marked the world premiere of Lester Alfonso’s documentary memoir Birthmark at the ReFrame Film Festival. Birthmark delves into the process of making this film and Alfonso’s personal journey to rewrite the story of his birthmark. As a Peterborough...

Reframe: A Review

There isn't much to look forward to in January in Canada. Once the gaiety and good cheer of the holiday period fade away and the Gregorian calendar has marked the passing of a new year, January seems pretty bleak....
To take a Continuing Education course is to foster your curiosity and get right to the heart of what it means to get an education at Trent University. Some of the most popular courses taught in the past include...
Last issue, we listened to students' opinions of the Student Centre. We also asked about their thoughts, worries, and feelings of nostalgia, if any, towards Bata. As a study space, many loved Bata, but Peterborough and the Trent campus...