As much as it pains me to write this, given that I’m penning this editorial a full five weeks before Christmas, it now seems  impossible to deny that the holiday season is firmly upon us. And with the first real...
At the TCSA’s annual general meeting, a bylaw was adopted stating that the union will henceforth be “prohibited” from removing the $95.01 student centre levy, altering its purpose in any way, or diminishing its value until the building is...
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....
When Bank of Canada Govenor Stephen Poloz publicly stated that young, unemployed Canadians ought to work for free, it seemed most people were rightly annoyed. For a while, it seemed like the rest of society could actually sympathize with us...
With all the criticism Arthur has published on the changes to the college system lately, I’m confused as to why students aren’t more excited about the PR Community and Student Association’s (PRCSA) plans to buy back the old Peter...
Canada woke up on Monday morning to be flooded by devastating news. As the world is now aware, six innocent men lost their lives in an act of terror on January 29th between the hours of 7:30 p.m. and...
All the talk of Ron Thom’s architecture in this week’s Arthur and around campus has got me thinking of the next architectural project to take place at Trent: the student centre. When it’s built, it will (hopefully) be a student-operated...
By the time you read this, the results of Peterborough’s municipal election will be well known. Unfortunately, given the nature of our publication schedule, the same cannot be said for me as I write this editorial. One of the downsides...
Co-written with Pat Reddick. Looking back fifty years, the world was a different place. In August 1964, the very first issue of Arthur was still more than two years away from rolling off the press and, as hard as it...
If students weren’t engaged before the candidates for the TCSA’s Spring Election were announced, they definitely weren’t afterwards. Two out of three executive positions are running unopposed this year, including the position of President. This is the second year in a...