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“Achingly beautiful”. With just two words, Peter Gzowski described the splendour of this campus and his love for it. And we know this place, too: the seasons of the Otonabee, the architecture of Ron Thom, and the serenity of...
On reflection that this is the last issue of Volume 51, it occurs to me that my time as a writer and my time as editor at Arthur Newspaper have been two very different experiences. When we were elected, I...
Early into Weekend one of its characters, Glen (Chris New), voices his frustrations about a project he’s made. It’s centered on audio interviews with the men he’s slept with. They discuss their thoughts on the process and about each...
“Let’s Make Trent Great Again!” the slogan of Corey LeBlanc’s campaign for the presidency of the TCSA, may be the greatest insult to Trent University students yet. LeBlanc’s campaign, which allegedly promises “democracy on student fees,” “inclusivity” and “aid for...
I have written for this paper for three years, now. I am in my fourth year at Trent, and besides my first year of drunken shenanigans, Arthur newspaper has been a stable, if not equal, part of my life....
Thinking about getting a pet? Don’t. I have a dog, and it sucks. Ten years ago, I had a decent job, a supportive partner, and a rare detached house and yard in downtown Toronto with some of my best...
Social media can be wonderful for connecting people, for sharing information, and even for discussing different points of view. What these platforms are not, though, are particularly effective ways of developing empathy and understanding for each other. Recently, there have...
I’m sure you’ve seen them. Trent’s propaganda videos and posters, each with a different student showing what Trent has to offer. These promotional pieces also highlight Trent’s diversity, depicting students of various races and genders. The problem is that...
Jamie Scriber is a Trent student secretly living in a Lady Eaton College janitorial closet, out of preference. They often joke with their parents about it being fate them to be a writer, given their last name. Their parents...