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TPSA membership overwhelmingly approves TCSA merger

  The Trent Part-time Student Association (TPSA) passed its referendum to merge with the Trent Central Student Association (TCSA) with an 84% vote in favour. This merger has been in the works since the beginning of the school year and incorporates the two student associations into one. The merger will be substantially implemented over the […]

Revolutionary Student Movement hosts Day of Action

Tuesday, March 24, will see the Revolutionary Student Movement (RSM) mobilize Trent students to organize in solidarity against the furthering increase of tuition and to rally together against austerity. The March 24 Day of Action, endorsed by the Trent Central Student Association at the spring Annual General Meeting, will be in correlation with a pan-Canadian […]

Local coalition helps workers with long-term compensation claims

Making a compensation claim is a long, frustrating, and complex process to navigate on your own. In order to remedy some of the stress that the process can create on already sick, injured, anxious, and vulnerable claimants, the Occupational and Environmental Health Coalition in Peterborough (O&EHC-P) has been dedicated to expanding their knowledge on the […]

TCSA general elections marked by high turnout and engagement

The Trent Central Student Association (TCSA) has rebounded from recent controversy with a highly successful 2015 general election. According to the results released on Thursday, March 19,—still unofficial at the time of publication—more than 22% of the TCSA’s membership of 6000 full-time undergraduate Trent students cast ballots to contest levies and elect the association’s board […]

Editorial Platform: Ayesha Barmania

Arthur Newspaper has become an important forum for news, opinion, and information in the Trent and Peterborough community.  The current editors have done a great job building capacity for the newspaper to cover more stories, investigate news, and engage readers. I have a few ideas for perpetuating this momentum and helping Arthur realize its potential […]

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TPSA membership overwhelmingly approves TCSA merger

  The Trent Part-time Student Association (TPSA) passed its referendum to merge with the Trent Central Student Association (TCSA) with an 84% vote in favour. This merger has been in the works since the beginning of the school year and incorporates the two student associations into one. The merger will be substantially implemented over the […]

Revolutionary Student Movement hosts Day of Action

Tuesday, March 24, will see the Revolutionary Student Movement (RSM) mobilize Trent students to organize in solidarity against the furthering increase of tuition and to rally together against austerity. The March 24 Day of Action, endorsed by the Trent Central Student Association at the spring Annual General Meeting, will be in correlation with a pan-Canadian […]

Local coalition helps workers with long-term compensation claims

Making a compensation claim is a long, frustrating, and complex process to navigate on your own. In order to remedy some of the stress that the process can create on already sick, injured, anxious, and vulnerable claimants, the Occupational and Environmental Health Coalition in Peterborough (O&EHC-P) has been dedicated to expanding their knowledge on the […]

TCSA general elections marked by high turnout and engagement

The Trent Central Student Association (TCSA) has rebounded from recent controversy with a highly successful 2015 general election. According to the results released on Thursday, March 19,—still unofficial at the time of publication—more than 22% of the TCSA’s membership of 6000 full-time undergraduate Trent students cast ballots to contest levies and elect the association’s board […]

Editorial Platform: Ayesha Barmania

Arthur Newspaper has become an important forum for news, opinion, and information in the Trent and Peterborough community.  The current editors have done a great job building capacity for the newspaper to cover more stories, investigate news, and engage readers. I have a few ideas for perpetuating this momentum and helping Arthur realize its potential […]

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