The fact that the Trent Part-Time Student Association (TPSA) is moving forward with its plans to merge with the Trent Central Student Association (TCSA) should come as welcome news to those striving to eliminate unnecessary divisions within the Trent...
Urgent Report to the Anti-Colonial Crown 19 October 2015 TOP SECRET Making Copies Prohibited Copy No. 1 Erable Telegramme, Late tonight, T. Sulcair invited me to come see him. We spoke alone. He stated that the onslaught of Tory propaganda and the stifling of the CBC...
There are valid reasons to criticize MP Maryam Monsef. Dredging up the benign details of her place of origin is not one of them. Since September 2016, publications like the Peterborough Examiner have been hot on the trail of where...
No aspiring journalist’s dreams were crushed in the making of this article, but I can’t deny that they were beaten, bent, and maybe, in a weird kind of way, realized. Journalism, like other professions, has a strict rule: You...
This year, Arthur Newspaper is celebrating its 50th year. When Yumna and I were running for the position, we envisioned retrospective issues to highlight the different stages the paper has gone through. We were big fans of previous co-editor’s...
Justice — Not War! Government is about who gets what. Government funding declares to the world what the government values – and what it doesn’t. The same weekend that Harper’s Conservative government announced the extension of Canadian troop commitment in Iraq,...
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...
Dear Editors, I am gratified to see that my article on the review of Traill College has already generated a great deal of conversation.  I welcome the differences of opinion I have heard – they are a good sign of...
Though universities like Trent exist principally for the education of students, as students we have little input in the governance of this institution. We relate to Trent not as sovereign subjects but as clients—people being provided a service under...
Dear editors, I will be back in the new year making more new stories for Arthur. I enjoy doing them. It is a great opportunity and I enjoy what I do. I also like the written stories by Arthur. ...