Your membership was antagonized by the prospect of a conversation concerning white privilege taking place on campus. This event occurred on March 12, but went public on the TCSA Facebook two weeks prior. Within an hour, your reactions were...
Alright, everyone, let’s take a deep breath. After four of the most stressful yet exhilarating hours Toronto baseball fans have experienced in the last 22 years, it seems that the Toronto Blue Jays mean business and have seemingly come back...
To say that I’m writing anything to do with bullying on the week we decide to publish a positivity-focused paper is strange, to say the least. There’s nothing good, or positive, or happy about bullying. Not one thing, though my...
On Feb. 13, Nova Scotia resident Loretta Saunders went missing. Her body was found on the side of a New Brunswick highway on Feb. 26. Originally from Labrador, Saunders was an Inuk woman writing her thesis on missing and...
Through the biting chill of winter and the inauguration of U.S. President Donald Trump, knitted cat ears have come to symbolize a brighter path toward human rights. In a crowd of an estimated 50,000, fuchsia and muted pink ‘pussy hats’...
(photos by Andrew Tan) Those of you that have travelled to South America or have a South American friend may know that people in the region drink a particularly interesting-looking beverage. In the southern cone of South America, most specifically in...
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...
Student Association of International Development (SAID), in collaboration with Trent International Students Association (TISA) has started a series of lectures, films and discussions for the Scholars at Risk (SAR). SAR is an international network of institutions and individuals working to...
Imagine battling for basic rights, entitled to many in Canada, every single day. Imagine facing barriers to education, making intellectual growth an extreme challenge. Imagine the affect this would have on both your personal well-being, and the society you...
Bhutan, a small country bordering India and China, has decided to go completely organic in terms of farming. The country recently banned pesticides and herbicides and is using animal and farm waste as substitutes. In addition to its policy...