A few months ago, I was lucky enough to be a part of the Ontario Government’s roundtable on Food Security. What struck me during this discussion (besides the lack of people in the room having experienced food insecurity) is...
Last week Arthur had the distinct pleasure of sitting down with Matt Diamond. If this name sounds familiar, that is probably because you’ve heard his silky smooth voice on the radio every day at 2pm on 101.5 The Wolf....
Nature at Trent. It is a powerful classroom: a place to learn, to play, to clear your mind, and reconnect. As the famous naturalist John Burroughs once said, “I go to nature to be soothed and healed, and to...
Jamie Scriber is a Trent student secretly living in a Lady Eaton College janitorial closet, out of preference. They often joke with their parents about it being fate them to be a writer, given their last name. Their parents...
Trent Radio wants your music. This is a directed article. I’m writing this to the dorm room producers, the basement jam masters, the cell phone demo singer/songwriters. Trent Radio wants your music. Local music has always been a priority to...
In hindsight, it is so obvious. There were the Vietnamese and Cambodian “boat people” of the 70s and the boats of Rohingyas from Myanmar (Burma), pushed around last year in geopolitical pinball last summer by Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia. And...
Trent alumni and ex-Arthur editor Sara Shahsavari is just winding down from last month’s Borderless Festival in downtown Peterborough. The festival spanned eight days over four venues, not including non-concert events. Catalina’s, The Spill, The Garnet and the Historic Red...
Early this month, Idle No More (INM) Proclaim October 7 events will be happening across the country in recognition of the 250th anniversary of the Royal Proclamation of 1763. In Peterborough, there will be a walk starting at City...
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...
Artist and photographer Chris Jordan heard a rumor about an island of trash, floating around the ocean, twice the size of Texas. He thought to himself, “That’s unbelievable. I should go photograph this thing,” only to learn he couldn’t...