Last week, a letter was submitted in response to my article introducing Trent Liberty in Issue Zero of Arthur. Over the last year, I’ve felt that our group has done a great job introducing libertarian ideas to students around...
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 for them to be a writer, given their last name. Jamie's...
Concern about treatment of psychiatric survivors Dear folks, I’m writing another letter to continue my concern with the psychiatric population and the great number of suicides we have each month in Canada. At last count, there are supposed to be 4000...
Re: Duc Hien Nguyen’s letter last week: Though I know you to be a hard working student, who probably has more of a workload to handle with being a student Senator, the facts you presented are problematic for many reasons....
If students weren’t engaged before the candidates for the TCSA’s Spring Election were announced, they definitely weren’t afterwards. Two out of three executive positions are running unopposed this year, including the position of President. This is the second year in a...
Photo by Jenny Fisher Last Wednesday at Scott House, Giller-shortlisted Trent Alumnist Craig Davidson (Rust And Bone, Cataract City) gave a candid and entertaining reading and Q&A session as part of the second installment of the ‘Writer’s Reading Series’ hosted...
Last week, Local 3205 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) came to a labour settlement with Compass Group Canada Ltd. The agreement will affect the approximately 110 Food Service Workers (FSWs) who work on the Symons Campus. Although...
A tragic lesson was learned when the mounted soldiers and their horses rode into the war-torn front, with the barbed-wire trenches and the clouds of poisonous gas that The Great War was all too known for. Previous to the “War...
Unlike Canada, which becomes a Winter Wonderland during the holidays, the South is blessed with sunshine and temperatures above 30 degrees Celsius. Much has been written about Uruguay in the past few months, but none from a little beach...
As the weather gets colder many are preparing to spend the night in Confederation or Victoria Park, respectively. These parks are located in the heart of Peterborough’s downtown core and are both no more than a few blocks away...