As October descends upon us, we here at the Trent Film Society have an exciting line-up of spooky films coming your way. We will be screening Ginger Snaps (2000) and the cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975),...
On Friday September 21, Traill College hosted “Queering Disability and Disabling Queerness – A Panel on Access” at Bagnani Hall as part of Peterborough Pride Week. This panel sought to “explore the intersection of two oppressed bodily identities, examining...
The municipal election is 24 days away. How can students get involved? Tom Young has some suggestions. Young was a minor candidate in the 2014 Peterborough municipal election, running against current mayor and incumbent Daryl Bennett and now Liberal MP...
This past Friday September 21, trans people living in Peterborough and their allies gathered at Evans Contemporary for the Trans Day of Resilience. The event was presented by Peterborough Pride and sponsored by a variety of community and campus...
Peterborough film lovers! Trent Film Society is happy to present our final September screening, Mathieu Kassovitz’s 1995 Cannes Best Director Award winning magnum opus: La Haine! Kassovitz has built his film career around narrowing in on the lives of...
In the wake of the Spill’s closure, the music scene in town has been growing, moving into new spaces. Spreading into Evans Contemporary, thriving in those venues already active like the Garnet, and places such as Sadleir House have...
Artsweek is a week-long celebration of visual and performance arts in Peterborough. Like the art that is being portrayed, the venues of the different performances are varied and strategically scattered across Peterborough’s rich landscape. From the newly constructed Peterborough...
Take Back The Night. It is a movement that began in the early 1960s with protests in Belgium and England, led by women that felt unsafe walking alone at night as they became targets of sexual harassment and violence....
Since moving back, Hannah Keating has been replanting her roots in Peterborough through the arts community after studying Art History in Ottawa. “When I came back to Peterborough, I was interested in getting to know people in the arts community,...
The temperature is slowly dropping and Peterborough is filled with the buzz of student life yet again. It’s that time of the year. Peterborough Pride is fast approaching. Let this article be your guide to all the fabulous events...