Before you read this I would like to leave the disclaimer that I count Corey Leblanc as one of my friends at Trent University and that I respect the efficient tenacity on display while running his campaign thus far. But...

But … men!

Nothing annoys me more than when a discussion about feminism is derailed by the question “but what about men?” Whoever poses this question never takes the time to extrapolate on any issues men actually face, aside from maybe his...
Recent blockbusters have been saturated by mediocrity. They’ve lost their magic, have failed to suspend our disbelief, and have championed scale rather than vision. For some time it seemed these films had met their match, that they would perish...
Brazil is a second-year white settler woman studying philosophy and environmental science. She is a pro-choice feminist. Saturday March 10, the philosophy department held their annual student symposium. This is an event at which philosophy students from all years are...
Canadians today sit nearly one month removed from a monumental election in our country’s history. We witnessed a dramatic shift in parliamentary power, as the Liberals were elected into a majority government, receiving an almost 60% increase in support from...
For the past few years the thirteenth issue of Arthur (the first paper published after the winter break) has been themed. This year we decided to provide an opportunity for students to speak up about issues that are important...
I read with interest Dan Morrison’s article The Crux of Israel and Palestine in the Nov 02 edition of The Arthur.  I was hoping to glean some structured insight, some positive thoughts from someone who might hint at possible...
As soon as you open the door to The Centre for Gender and Social Justice (formerly the Trent Women’s Centre), you can easily tap into the many ways that gender justice intersects with all other forms of anti-oppression. Our...
When asked to write a feature for the Arthur’s women’s issue, I was instinctively drawn to doing a piece based on my own experiences. As a young magazine editor, I had initially thought to write about the challenges of...
Provost search committee is representative of community Re: “Provost search committee composition questioned (campus, issue 7, October 29) Dear Arthur, I was glad to see you devoting some attention to the Provost Search last week, but a little disappointed that my...