Well this is it folks. We have finished the year in typical Arthur fashion. There has been a heck of a lot of letters this year and it has been great hearing from you all. This will be my...
“The professor/student dynamic was broken down during the symposium, as we all just became listeners and presenters.” – Andie Britton-Foster On March 24, The Philosophy Society hosted the annual student symposium which featured the work of six philosophy students. At the symposium,...
“I don’t need a relationship to define who I am. I will be fine, I am a strong woman” - Unknown International Women’s Day, March 8, is an annual occasion recognized worldwide by the United Nations, women’s groups, and other...
When I set out to report on this game, I was under the impression I was going to watch a game of field hockey. I thought this would be a nice courteous sport played by a bunch of spiffing...
So here we are, 2012, supposedly the countdown is on to the end of the world.  There are some excellently constructed theories and explanations on both sides of the debate. With all the physics-and-astrology babble flying around, I had...
Over this past weekend, Trent University played host to a much-anticipated Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) Women’s Rugby Championships on the Justin Chiu Stadium field. This was Trent’s second consecutive year hosting the women’s championship, and inevitably there was much...
The brutal hit on Montreal Canadiens' Max Pacioretty by Boston Bruins' Zdeno Chara into the stanchion that was supporting the glass near the Canadien's bench on March 9 has without a doubt sparked intense debate between the National Hockey...
It is with considerable excitement that I sit to write this column for it should be noted before I terry any further I have a serious proclivity for sandwiches. Sandwiches were invented entirely by accident, as the story goes...