As I stood in a circle of approximately 150 people, with red dresses swinging from trees, the sound of drumming songs from Curve Lake First Nation and Alderville First Nation men, jingle dress-dancers, and the warmth of the autumn...
Mark Jokinen's Wander over to the Arabic Lit. section for Lebanese writer, Hanan al-Shaykh's Women Of Sand And Myrrh ($10), while out in front in the $2 shelf you'll find Alice Munro's Open Secrets and an Atwood shortfiction collection Bluebeard's...
During the week of October 6-10 from 11am-3pm, Trent University Politics Society (TUPS) will have two tables set up on campus: one in the Athletic Centre lobby, and the other in Bata. The primary goal of these tables is to...
This is the third in a multiple-part series of articles detailing various local issues that student voters are going to be most interested in come voting day, October 27. Next week’s article will be about the environment and greenspace. Peterborough mayoral...
    I am so pleased with the turnout, audience reception, participation and conversation for the first Troy Bordun Visiting Canadian Filmmaker. Thanks to the sponsorship of Trent Film Society, Traill College, Canadian studies and the Frost Centre, English, cultural studies, gender...
Book and Things (Water St. between Hunter and Simcoe): Two great pieces of non-fiction can be found here for Indigenous Awareness Week. The first is Dee Brown’s seminal Bury My Hear At Wounded Knee: An Indian History Of The American...
As a millennial, I am quite familiar with the genre of young-adult (YA) novels and their cinematic adaptations. Ever since the success of the Harry Potter series, countless authors have tried their hands on this increasingly popular subgenre. Although...
“This is a story that happened over a month or so ago. Two university students came in… I thought she had just transferred into Trent but it turns out, first of all, she was about to graduate after three...
Three Days Grace. Serena Ryder. Thousand Foot Krutch. C.S.S. The Strumbellas. Royal Wood. Ronnie Hawkins. I Mother Earth. The Lonely Parade. … Neil Young? "Wow, that’s a great list of musicians, Tyler," you say. "You have a great music taste."...
When I dropped out of the Frost Centre’s Canadian Studies and Indigenous Studies program in 2009, I had no idea I would eventually be living and breathing my subject matter, sharing it with the wider community in a way...