March 8 marked the 44th annual International Women’s Day, a day that women around the world are invited to reflect on their place in society and culture. This, however, came as a surprise to Ben McJamin, a third-year Business Administration...
We wish to respond to the January 30, 2019 article in Arthur entitled, “TUEFRT: Our Responders are the Last to Respond.” As a student-run and -funded organization, TUEFRT is always open to feedback and suggestions for improvement. While we are...
Calla Durose-Moya's description of her personal experience with the First Friday Art Crawl adds another side to the story, but her letter to the editor contains some misinformation that bears clarification and context. Until the end of December 2018, the...
On January 30, Arthur published the first piece concerning TUEFRT and the alleged misconduct that takes place within its ranks. In the time since then, we have received a multitude of responses, questions, and comments. The most notable response...
The newly-reopened Bata library has been a hit in terms of popularity, with students crowding to the library for its newfound resources, like the tech labs, student group work rooms, and solo-work spaces. Yet Bata has not been completed...
As I type this, the 91st Academy Awards, also known as the Oscars, are only three days away. This year’s Best Picture nominees are Black Panther, BlacKkKlansman, Bohemian Rhapsody, The Favourite, Green Book, Vice, A Star is Born, and...
When I bought a home in Peterborough, Ontario a year ago, no one told me the city wanted home buyers that owned and operated cars. This non-driver does not have confidence that Peterborough would have transportation for non-drivers out of...
Dear Editors, In an article on the Trent University Emergency First Response Team (TUEFRT) (Arthur, January 30, 2019), Lola Edwards raises issues regarding the student-run group, including initiation ceremonies from an unspecified date that involved hazing. The University takes reports...
The 21st century’s own Grey Owl -- also known as Joseph Boyden -- has caused more than enough issues when it comes to Indigenous identity and positionality. Boyden is a British man infamous for falsely claiming Indigenous heritage and...
When an article pitch about burrito judging came across my metaphorical desk, I immediately signed up. Gathering like-minded allies and comrades, we set out to find Peterborough’s best burritos. (Note: this is entirely subjective and we already have personal...