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Trent Ringette Team’s First Tournament

The Trent Ringette team went down in history as the university’s first ever league tournament hit the ice last week. Although the team did not come out on top, they…

Trent Radio Historian Knows More Than Just History

Jeff Stewart has been Trent Radio’s historian for the past 26 years. In that time, he has not only produced outstanding radio, but has also proven himself to be an…

Green Housing Trent University

A student driven movement to build new greenhouses on Symons Campus has been gaining significant momentum within the university community over the past several weeks. The Facebook group for “Greenhousing…

Hedda Gabler a Winner

Peterborough appreciates good art and the current production of Henrik Ibsen’s historic treasure, Hedda Gabler, fits the bill. Directed by Bea Quarrie for The Peterborough Theatre Guild on Rogers St.…

The Meal Man Reviews Burritos

Way back in November the Food Dude, Jesse McRae, reviewed the three downtown burrito restaurants. The articles were great, but some restaurants felt left out. “Why are burrito-only restaurants being…

“I Don’t Want to do Bluegrass Covers of the Beatles”

A Programmer Profile of Catfish Willie: Caileigh Morrison: Let me make this a little louder…. Catfish Willie: 1-2-3-4….This is Catfish Willie, your host at Trent Radio! CM: Excellent. What is…

Snofest Comes to Peterborough

Alright, people! It is winter and that means snow. Luckily for everyone in the Peterborough area, there is Snofest. Snofest is a festival put on throughout the month of January…

Brett Throop Interviews Peterborough Green-Up’s Brianna Salmon

Buoyed by federal cash, two pilot projects are under way in Peterborough to promote active and efficient transportation—walking, cycling and riding transit—as alternatives to pollution-causing  automobile use. The federal government’s…

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