The best goodbyes manage to sum up the entirety of a relationship in a highly digestible, tear-inducing method. I hope this final editorial manages to do none of those things. In the past 2 years working with Arthur, I have...
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...
If there’s one thing that nearly all students will occasionally turn to in a time of need, it’s caffeine. As essays and exams loom in the near-future more and more of us student-types turn to the stimulant in one of...
“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...
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...
The week before reading week is one of the busiest and most stressful times at Trent University. Whether you are a student in the midst of exam period or an administrator preparing budgets, this month is generally a tough...
Just over a year ago, I wrote my first editorial for Arthur. I was flushed with excitement, surprise, and a certain apprehension of what was to come. It’s been one hell of a ride. In that first editorial, I wrote...
Do you know why Arthur is named Arthur? This is actually one of Lubna’s favourite stories to tell, but I will tell it right now because she’s sick in bed. Arthur was established as Trent’s student newspaper in 1966, but initially...
Dear readers, With every new year comes a new set of challenges and opportunities. Over the past 50 years of its existence, Arthur Newspaper has experienced obstacles of every kind. However, past boards and editors persevered through these highs and...
As a graduate from Trent University, my worldview has been broadened in the one year I have spent in the workforce. My journey has not been a traditional one; it involves a lot more failure than success. I was...