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Trent Film Society Presents: The House of the Devil

We started our Shock-tober horror series by visiting various parts of the world, exploring different types of horror, and understanding what makes people tick. From South Korea’s I Saw the Devil and France’s Martyrs, to Britain’s Repulsion. To conclude our month of chills and thrills, TFS will screen a film made here in North America: […]

Trent Radio: A demonstration of some possible things

Wherein James Kerr of Trent Radio demonstrates the silliness that could happen on the radio. Some of you may have seen this high-jumping web-head “Spider-man” slinging his goop all over the Market Hall’s clock tower last Saturday, October 18. Some of you might even have thought, in the misguided gaze of the public education system, […]

TMSA: Reflections on Malala’s Peace Prize

Malala Yousafzai has been awarded the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize, which she shares with Kailash Satyarthi, as recognition “for their struggle against oppression of young people and children in South Asia” (the Nobel committee chairman, Thorbjoern Jagland). “This award is for all those children who are voiceless, whose voices need to be heard,” said Malala, […]

TUMS: What is the Madrigal Choir?

If you’re not one of the 10-15 people who regularly attend rehearsals, chances are you probably don’t know much about the Trent Madrigal Choir. In addition to the concert choir, concert band, and jazz band, the madrigal choir is one of the four groups funded by the Trent Music Society. It’s also the oldest musical […]

Editorial: Online learning needs an an overhaul

During my recent interview with Trent University’s new President, Dr. Leo Groake (published in our last issue), he discussed at length the arrival of the digital age and how he believes it will transform higher education around the world. “Digital education is going to become a key component of higher education in the future,” he […]

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Trent Film Society Presents: The House of the Devil

We started our Shock-tober horror series by visiting various parts of the world, exploring different types of horror, and understanding what makes people tick. From South Korea’s I Saw the Devil and France’s Martyrs, to Britain’s Repulsion. To conclude our month of chills and thrills, TFS will screen a film made here in North America: […]

Trent Radio: A demonstration of some possible things

Wherein James Kerr of Trent Radio demonstrates the silliness that could happen on the radio. Some of you may have seen this high-jumping web-head “Spider-man” slinging his goop all over the Market Hall’s clock tower last Saturday, October 18. Some of you might even have thought, in the misguided gaze of the public education system, […]

TMSA: Reflections on Malala’s Peace Prize

Malala Yousafzai has been awarded the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize, which she shares with Kailash Satyarthi, as recognition “for their struggle against oppression of young people and children in South Asia” (the Nobel committee chairman, Thorbjoern Jagland). “This award is for all those children who are voiceless, whose voices need to be heard,” said Malala, […]

TUMS: What is the Madrigal Choir?

If you’re not one of the 10-15 people who regularly attend rehearsals, chances are you probably don’t know much about the Trent Madrigal Choir. In addition to the concert choir, concert band, and jazz band, the madrigal choir is one of the four groups funded by the Trent Music Society. It’s also the oldest musical […]

Editorial: Online learning needs an an overhaul

During my recent interview with Trent University’s new President, Dr. Leo Groake (published in our last issue), he discussed at length the arrival of the digital age and how he believes it will transform higher education around the world. “Digital education is going to become a key component of higher education in the future,” he […]

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