Earlier this semester Trent Oxfam and the Centre for Gender and Social Justice co-hosted a panel discussion about contemporary HIV narratives, featuring Ariel O’Neil, the women’s health coordinator at PARN; and David Macmillan, a freelance sexual health educator from...
For the October 11 issue of The New York Review of Books, Jian Ghomeshi was invited to pen a long essay about his life after sexual and domestic abuse allegations removed him from his post at CBC in 2014. In...
While it made a big splash at the start of the year, not much happened regarding the TCSA’s Student Centre project for most of the first term. This changed three days after Arthur’s last paper of 2014 went to print....
There are valid reasons to criticize MP Maryam Monsef. Dredging up the benign details of her place of origin is not one of them. Since September 2016, publications like the Peterborough Examiner have been hot on the trail of where...
In Professor Tom Symons’ inaugural address at the opening of Trent University in 1964 he declared that “The philosophy of our University is… reflected in the decision that Trent should be a collegiate university.” There is one word in...
In the weeks following the October 7th release of an Access Hollywood recording that shows Donald Trump boasting of sexually assaulting women, the Republican nominee has launched an all-out assault against the “mainstream media.” While he is not the...
As executives of the Trent Graduate Students’ Association, located at Traill College, we feel it is paramount that we respond to the President’s announcement of the Traill Review. We echo concerns raised by the students interviewed in the follow-up article,...
In a manner reminiscent of fiction, new technologies seem to be bound to transform the way we experience the world. The lines between reality and fiction have been blurred with the introduction of Google Glass, a wearable, hands-free, head-mounted...
This column is an ongoing project. I welcome submissions from everyone and anyone. The space can be used for written texts and artistic creations on the subject of language and relationships, particularly compulsory monogamy. Written submissions can be up...
Provincial elections are coming up this summer, with three heavyweights in the game of politics. Kathleen Wynne and her Liberals are looking to go for a comically sad two decades in power. The Conservatives have, unsurprisingly, unleashed the Ford...