On January 28, 2013, an article I wrote entitled “Staff struggling over slashes in hours, positions” was published in the pages of Arthur. The article detailed how the management of Aramark Inc., Trent’s foodservice provider at the time,...
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...
Over the course of my four years at Trent, one of the complaints that I have heard frequently from students and community members is that this is a university lacking a clear identity. With other schools across the province, it’s...
We are proud of Issue 9 for many reasons, and hope that it showcases the hard work that student groups at Trent put into making such successful events possible. It’s tough to come across a cover like this anywhere,...
“The U.S. Code of Federal Regulations defines terrorism as "the unlawful use of force and violence against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population, or any segment thereof, in furtherance of political or social...
co- written by Yumna Leghari We know what you’re thinking. How will Arthur Newspaper, the “leftist student rag,” take a stance on what is happening right now? We have been faced with many challenges this year, and many controversial stories...
The CBC has radio, television, and Internet content. This content includes entertainment, documentaries, sports coverage, and even journalism. Why then is a publicly owned and operated newspaper not among its services? It’s easy to make the argument that journalism is...
What you hold in your hands is the second annual Self Love Week issue of Arthur. Self Love Week is not a new concept, and it’s long been covered in the pages of Arthur, but it wasn’t until last year...
Remembrance Day always seems to uncover the same predictable public disagreements. Should stores be allowed to play holiday music between Halloween and November 12? Is it insensitive that businesses showcase Christmas trees instead of poppies in their window displays...
The end of the fall semester can be an unsettling time for Trent students, especially those in their third, fourth, or even fifth or sixth years of their undergrad. With graduation on the horizon sharing a meal with loved...