After the abnormally great influx of burrito into my diet necessitated by my last two reviews, I decided that this time around, I would delve into the upper echelon of Peterborough’s culinary establishments. Only the finest of fine dining...
Unpaid internships are steadily replacing entry-level jobs, and graduating students are feeling the extra financial burden of working for free just as their student loan payments are becoming due. The fact that the majority of internships offer little to...
photo cred: Marcello Casal Jr. The Venezuelan national elections took place last Sunday, October 7, and for the first time in many years reigning political powerhouse Hugo Chavez had a strong political opponent—Henrique Capriles.Nonetheless, he won the elections with 54%. There...
“Is there a fundamental difference between you and your opponent on this issue?” We have heard this question asked over and over again in the media and on the debates, always with an instinctive and convincing “yes” as a response...
Music has, in some form or another, always tried to evoke change in the world. Be it, on one hand, a simple dance song, or on the other, a performance of protest, music has consistently attempted to create something...
Hello, fellow Trent film fans! After our successful double bill of Buster Keaton’s The General (1926) and Charlie Chaplin’s Modern Times (1936), the Trent Film Society (TFS) is excited to switch gears and screen three back-to-back Hollywood themed films. To...
It’s the time of year where assignments are impossibly long and difficult, social time is all the time, it’s harder to get out of bed, there’s studying to be done for midterms, cafe- food sucks, roommates suck, any extra-curricular...
In last week’s review, we took a trip to the newly-opened Jimmy Guaco’s Border Town Burritos and found the fare to be fair indeed. But what about the other two burrito bistros already ensconced in Peterborough’s public consciousness? This...
Two distinct sides have emerged from Bill 115: The Government of Ontario and The Unions.  Arthur spoke with CUPE president Fred Hahn to get the Unions side of CUPE’s announcement of a member voted strike. According to a recent statement,...
Punk Rock. A music genre once prominent in the growls of pissed-off youth seems to be dying… But is it? The music of anger and angst looms in the catacombs of small-towns, and lurks in grime-filled bars. Punk thrives in...