Okinawa, an island with a population of 1.4 million, enjoys the dubious honour of being considered to have strategic importance to the United States military. Since 1945, this group of islands in the southernmost region of Japan, has been...
At the 150th year anniversary of Confederation, in 2017, the Canadian Museum of Civilization will become the new Canadian Museum of History. What does this change imply and why is Harper’s government undertaking it? The iconic Canadian Museum of...
On Saturday, November 14th, Masjid Al- Salaam was set ablaze in an act of terrorism. The day before, an attack on Paris shook the world and solidified our pre- conditioned idea of who a Terrorist is. It was an atmosphere...
On March 4th, over 1,000 people gathered outside of Toronto’s city hall to protest and counter protest bill M-103. The protest was comprised of two factions, those who were protesting against the bill from Canadian Coalition of Concerned Citizens...
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...
If you are familiar with Northern Ontario, this story may hit close to home for you as something you have grown up hearing about. Grassy Narrows, or the Asubpeeschoseewagong First Nations, are an indigenous tribe whom reside in Northern...
Photo: Tamsyn Riddle sits second from the right at her Silence is Violence press conference at Trinity College at University of Toronto in April 2017. Photo by Hannah Dos Santos. In April, Tamsyn Riddle filed a human rights application against...
 The tide is turning against academic institutions. Just 36% of Republicans in America believe that Universities have a positive effect on their country. In Canada Progressive Conservative party leader Andrew Scheer wants to revoke funding for universities that don’t...
Content Warning: The following article contains content regarding sexual assault that may be harmful to some. The #MeToo movement has brought to light hundreds of cases of sexual misconduct by Hollywood and pop culture figures. As the gruesome details piled...
In just a few short weeks, 14 Trent students will be returning from an eight-month long exchange in Ghana. As these students prepare to re-adjust to life in Canada, another group of students will be savouring their last few...