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TMSA celebrates graduates with 2015 Grad Dinner

On March 27, the Trent Muslim Student Association (TMSA) held its Annual Grad Dinner to recognize some Trent students who are graduating this year. The event took place in Champlain College, which was decorated with balloons and ribbons, and hosted a diverse range of attendees that included Muslims, non-Muslims and the Trent community at large. […]

Are you a Waste Warrior?: Gzowski wins the 2015 Cafeteria Waste Challenge

Trent’s first annual Cafeteria Waste Challenge took place from March 16 to 23, in the Otonabee, Gzowski, Champlain, and Lady Eaton dining halls. The challenge was simple: the college that showed the most improvement in properly sorting their garbage, recycling, and compost wins – receiving an Eco-certificate and a ‘No Trash Bash’ held in their […]

Come find what you’ve always wanted … for free!

Do you have something that you’ve wanted for a long time, but never got the chance or money to buy it? Do you have something that you once loved but are ready to let go of now? OPRIG’s annual Free Market Giveaway will be held on Saturday, April 18 from 9am-5pm on the lawns of […]

Khalida Jarrar, Palestinian MP and mother of Trent University alumni, arrested by Israeli soldiers in the West Bank

In the early hours of the morning on April 2, dozens of Israeli soldiers burst into a house near Ramallah and forcibly seized Khalida Jarrar, a Palestinian parliamentarian and mother of two Trent alumni. Held without charges, Jarrar is being considered a political prisoner, and an international campaign is calling for her immediate release. Jarrar, […]

Trent professor receives $596,000 NSERC grant to develop a precise monitoring system of Canadian amphibians

A Trent-led project is to develop, for the first time, a uniform systematic way to survey amphibian populations across Canada, and shed light on factors associated with the presence, or more importantly, the absence of amphibians. To assess the declining amphibian populations, almost $600,000 in funding was awarded by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research […]

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TMSA celebrates graduates with 2015 Grad Dinner

On March 27, the Trent Muslim Student Association (TMSA) held its Annual Grad Dinner to recognize some Trent students who are graduating this year. The event took place in Champlain College, which was decorated with balloons and ribbons, and hosted a diverse range of attendees that included Muslims, non-Muslims and the Trent community at large. […]

Are you a Waste Warrior?: Gzowski wins the 2015 Cafeteria Waste Challenge

Trent’s first annual Cafeteria Waste Challenge took place from March 16 to 23, in the Otonabee, Gzowski, Champlain, and Lady Eaton dining halls. The challenge was simple: the college that showed the most improvement in properly sorting their garbage, recycling, and compost wins – receiving an Eco-certificate and a ‘No Trash Bash’ held in their […]

Come find what you’ve always wanted … for free!

Do you have something that you’ve wanted for a long time, but never got the chance or money to buy it? Do you have something that you once loved but are ready to let go of now? OPRIG’s annual Free Market Giveaway will be held on Saturday, April 18 from 9am-5pm on the lawns of […]

Khalida Jarrar, Palestinian MP and mother of Trent University alumni, arrested by Israeli soldiers in the West Bank

In the early hours of the morning on April 2, dozens of Israeli soldiers burst into a house near Ramallah and forcibly seized Khalida Jarrar, a Palestinian parliamentarian and mother of two Trent alumni. Held without charges, Jarrar is being considered a political prisoner, and an international campaign is calling for her immediate release. Jarrar, […]

Trent professor receives $596,000 NSERC grant to develop a precise monitoring system of Canadian amphibians

A Trent-led project is to develop, for the first time, a uniform systematic way to survey amphibian populations across Canada, and shed light on factors associated with the presence, or more importantly, the absence of amphibians. To assess the declining amphibian populations, almost $600,000 in funding was awarded by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research […]

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