“Oh hey, there’s Mary-Kate,” is what I would say if Mary-Kate Edwards were here right now. But she’s not. Mary-Kate Edwards does not frequent my grandparents’ basement. She’s usually somewhere on Hunter Street playing music or at Traill College,...
In the mid 19th century, the Common Carp Cynprinus Carpio was introduced into North America by European colonists. Originally intended to be a food source for the growing populations of North America, the Common Carp slowly became undesirable as a...
There is a long list of what makes Trent University a unique and a wonderful place to be a part of. Its collaborative approach allows its students to achieve excellence whilst working with professors, faculty and peers. Its community-based...
Recent events at St. Joseph’s at Fleming have caused controversy in the Peterborough community. Elder abuse caught on a hidden camera planted by a resident’s son, Camille Parent, has shed new light on the conditions some patients face. Those...
Meet Ugyen: a member of the Trent alumni who first moved to Peterborough in 2004 from Bhutan. Ugyen has a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Biology, but this hardly defines her. Ugyen’s passion is fashion: “that’s what completes me,”...
Peterborough has the perfect aesthetic for a classic horror movie. After all, the award- winning film Urban Legends: Final Cut was filmed at Trent University. With Halloween upon us, it seemed like the right time to compile a list...
Profiles by Ayesha Barmania: All mayoral candidates, David Haacke, Bill Templeman, Stephen Wright, Diane Therrien, Jason Stabler, Jim Hendry, Keith Reil, and Gary Baldwin. Profiles by Pat Reddick: Andrew Beamer, Kathryn Eyre (with files from Ayesha), Dean Pappas, Bill Juby,...
So, you wake up hung-over. Mary-Kate’s show really showed you the ringer. You’re emotionally, physically, and mentally drained. It’s now Saturday. You want to die… That’s too bad. Get a Gatorade; eat some chicken fingers, and toughen the fuck up....
Host the Feminist Research Cafe, of course! Dr. May Chazan has led the students of WMST 3031 Doing Feminist Research throughout the winter semester to carry out their own research projects. Each of these students took a required preliminary women’s...
Saturday November 5th was an iconic day, alive with protest. Hordes of people gathered in Toronto and Halifax to show solidarity with the Sioux Reservation in North Dakota. Daisy Komujuni, a past Arthur writer, attended the Dakota Pipeline Access (DPL)...