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The Future of Trent Foodservices: Dining Plans, Menu Items, and InflationThe Future of Trent Foodservices: Dining Plans, Menu Items, and Inflation
The Future of Trent Foodservices: Dining Plans, Menu Items, and Inflation
The finances behind Trent Foodservices and inflation's effects on students living on campus.
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Allen Barnier
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February 29, 2024
Whitby Chamber of Commerce Celebrates Black Entrepreneurs for Black History Month  Whitby Chamber of Commerce Celebrates Black Entrepreneurs for Black History Month
Whitby Chamber of Commerce Celebrates Black Entrepreneurs for Black History Month
On February 2nd, the Whitby Chamber of Commerce held a Black History Month panel to highlight Black entrepreneurs in Durham Region.
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Afaf Ghazi
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February 28, 2024
Writers Reading Series Celebrates Code Noir with Canisia LubrinWriters Reading Series Celebrates Code Noir with Canisia Lubrin
Writers Reading Series Celebrates Code Noir with Canisia Lubrin
The Writer's Reading Series returns to Trent University in 2024. Champlain College hosts award-winning author, Canisia Lubrin to celebrate the launch of her first fiction novel Code Noir.
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Abbigail Lewis-Maher
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February 16, 2024
Traill College Hosts Ashley Fellow, Bridget Larocque for Decolonization Lecture SeriesTraill College Hosts Ashley Fellow, Bridget Larocque for Decolonization Lecture Series
Traill College Hosts Ashley Fellow, Bridget Larocque for Decolonization Lecture Series
On the evening of February 8th, members of the Trent University community packed into Bagnani Hall at Catherine Parr Traill College to hear a lecture from the 2023/2024 Ashley Fellow, Bridget Larocque. The talk, titled “A Northern Perspective on Decolonization and Indigenization—Retelling Narratives” is a part of the university’s North at Trent lecture series, a program of public talks organized by Trent’s Canadian Studies program featuring and focusing on Northern Canada.
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Mikaela Lewis
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February 13, 2024
Growing Pains
After a hiatus, Growing Pains has returned to bring you two episodes all about student activism at Trent. In Part 1 & 2 we map out Trent’s radical, activist roots and take stock of the changes that have taken place over the past 20 years.
Arthur Volume 56 "All Summer Long"
Book Review: Beautiful World, Where Are You?
Sally Rooney’s 2021 novel Beautiful World, Where Are You is an articulate investigation of emotion as it relates to the phenomenon of self. Drawing on personalized experiences to create literary persons, Rooney’s continuous ability to convey depth through a thought-provoking narrative is uncontested.
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Amelia Takacs
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February 29, 2024
Book Review: Beautiful World, Where Are You?Book Review: Beautiful World, Where Are You?
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Amelia Takacs
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February 29, 2024
'Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer' belongs to a pityingly small collection of thriller films
Contributor Alex Southey discusses Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer (1986) noting how the lack of spectacle in director John McNaughton’s storytelling makes it a unique serial killer film especially when compared to most content being produced in the current true crime boom.
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Alex Southey
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February 28, 2024
'Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer' belongs to a pityingly small collection of thriller films'Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer' belongs to a pityingly small collection of thriller films
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Alex Southey
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February 28, 2024
Dancing on my own in Celeste 64
Having recently discovered that her favourite game of all time received a 3D platformer spin-off/remake, Arthur editor Evan Robins reminisces on the impact one little indie game about a girl climbing a mountain has had on her life, and muses in typically indulgent fashion on the futurity of endings.
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Evan Robins
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February 14, 2024
Dancing on my own in Celeste 64Dancing on my own in Celeste 64
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Evan Robins
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February 14, 2024
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Writers Reading Series Celebrates Code Noir with Canisia Lubrin
The Writer's Reading Series returns to Trent University in 2024. Champlain College hosts award-winning author, Canisia Lubrin to celebrate the launch of her first fiction novel Code Noir.
Writers Reading Series Celebrates Code Noir with Canisia LubrinWriters Reading Series Celebrates Code Noir with Canisia Lubrin
Traill College Hosts Ashley Fellow, Bridget Larocque for Decolonization Lecture Series
On the evening of February 8th, members of the Trent University community packed into Bagnani Hall at Catherine Parr Traill College to hear a lecture from the 2023/2024 Ashley Fellow, Bridget Larocque. The talk, titled “A Northern Perspective on Decolonization and Indigenization—Retelling Narratives” is a part of the university’s North at Trent lecture series, a program of public talks organized by Trent’s Canadian Studies program featuring and focusing on Northern Canada.
On the evening of February 8th, members of the Trent University community packed into Bagnani Hall at Catherine Parr Traill College to hear a lecture from the 2023/2024 Ashley Fellow, Bridget Larocque. The talk, titled “A Northern Perspective on Decolonization and Indigenization—Retelling Narratives” is a part of the university’s North at Trent lecture series, a program of public talks organized by Trent’s Canadian Studies program featuring and focusing on Northern Canada.
February 11th TCSA Board of Directors Meeting: Proposed By-Law Amendments Take Centre Stage
The February 11th Trent Central Student Association Board of Directors meeting saw multiple heated discussions, and the announcement of new measures, from $12,000 of funding for Sadleir House put up for referendum, to by-law amendments simplifying the TCSA’s internal impeachment processes.
The February 11th Trent Central Student Association Board of Directors meeting saw multiple heated discussions, and the announcement of new measures, from $12,000 of funding for Sadleir House put up for referendum, to by-law amendments simplifying the TCSA’s internal impeachment processes.
Radio Free Arthur
This week, the editors have a big announcement. Thanks to Bill C-18, Arthur's hiring policies have been revamped and starting next volume, all applications and expressions of interest must be made through the paper's Bumble Bizz profile.
Dancing on my own in Celeste 64Dancing on my own in Celeste 64
Having recently discovered that her favourite game of all time received a 3D platformer spin-off/remake, Arthur editor Evan Robins reminisces on the impact one little indie game about a girl climbing a mountain has had on her life, and muses in typically indulgent fashion on the futurity of endings.
St. James' "Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" ReviewSt. James' "Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" Review
A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder is a raunchy, rowdy musical about a young man who, after the death of his mother, realizes that he is eighth in line for the Earldom of Highhurst. Realizing his D’ysquith heritage, he sets out to shorten the line and wrest the title for himself. Adapted from the 1907 novel The Autobiography of the Criminal by Roy Horniman, the play debuted on Broadway in late 2013, and quickly became a smash hit, winning four Tony awards in 2014. 
ReFrame Review: Boil AlertReFrame Review: Boil Alert
Arthur Journalist Kiki Paterson reviews Boil Alert, a film that highlights the devastating realities for Indigenous Peoples across Turtle Island and the importance of water for Indigenous identity.
Is Technology Ruining Schools? The Impact of Technology in Elementary School ClassroomsIs Technology Ruining Schools? The Impact of Technology in Elementary School Classrooms
It is difficult to define whether or not the inclusion of technology in elementary schools is positive or negative. There are many contrasting personal perspectives and scientific articles on the matter. Technology is an extremely resourceful, helpful and convenient tool. But to what point does this convenience genuinely help young students learn?
Book Review: Beautiful World, Where Are You?Book Review: Beautiful World, Where Are You?
Book Review: Beautiful World, Where Are You?
'Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer' belongs to a pityingly small collection of thriller films'Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer' belongs to a pityingly small collection of thriller films
'Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer' belongs to a pityingly small collection of thriller films
Trent Varsity Volleyball Teams Go "Balls Deep" in First Games of 2024Trent Varsity Volleyball Teams Go "Balls Deep" in First Games of 2024
Trent Varsity Volleyball Teams Go "Balls Deep" in First Games of 2024
The NHL’s Swedish King, Börje SalmingThe NHL’s Swedish King, Börje Salming
The NHL’s Swedish King, Börje Salming