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Trent Opens the Jalynn Bennett Amphitheatre, But is it the Bold New Future They Anticipate?Trent Opens the Jalynn Bennett Amphitheatre, But is it the Bold New Future They Anticipate?
Trent Opens the Jalynn Bennett Amphitheatre, But is it the Bold New Future They Anticipate?
Recounting the recent opening of the Jalynn Bennett Amphitheatre, Coordinating Editor Evan Robins juxtaposes the continued expansion of Traill's amenities with the collegiate system of years past.
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June 1, 2023
Peterborough City Council Opens Delegations For 2024 Budget Peterborough City Council Opens Delegations For 2024 Budget
Peterborough City Council Opens Delegations For 2024 Budget
Peterborough City Council met on the evening of May 31st to discuss the preliminary 2024 budget and open the floor to delegations.
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Abbigale Kernya
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June 1, 2023
Peterborough Public Library Opens Gord Downie and Chanie Wenjack Legacy SpacePeterborough Public Library Opens Gord Downie and Chanie Wenjack Legacy Space
Peterborough Public Library Opens Gord Downie and Chanie Wenjack Legacy Space
Peterborough’s own Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Legacy Space was officially opened on Saturday May 27th at the Peterborough Public Library.
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Sebastian Johnston-Lindsay
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May 27, 2023
"This Will Be Your Legacy": Council Approves Plan For Modular Housing On Wolfe Street"This Will Be Your Legacy": Council Approves Plan For Modular Housing On Wolfe Street
"This Will Be Your Legacy": Council Approves Plan For Modular Housing On Wolfe Street
Peterborough’s City Council met on the evening of May 23rd to discuss and bring forth amendments to the Homelessness Service Strategy previously adopted on May 8th. The motion, which centres around the implementation of modular housing at 210 Wolfe Street, has been a controversial proposal among both residents in and around Wolfe Street and amongst councillors themselves.
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Abbigale Kernya
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May 24, 2023
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"
Cinevangelism: Revenge of the Sixth: Every Star War is the Worst Star Wars
Cinevangelism is back in fashionably tardy style, and you'll understand exactly why once you see the length on this thing. Prepare to have your childhood eviscerated as Evangeline does her best to take the Star Wars franchise down a peg, all while learning something about herself at the same time.
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Evan Robins
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May 31, 2023
Cinevangelism: Revenge of the Sixth: Every Star War is the Worst Star WarsCinevangelism: Revenge of the Sixth: Every Star War is the Worst Star Wars
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Evan Robins
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May 31, 2023
A Review of Blackberry, dir. Matt Johnson
Community contributor reviews the new Matt Johnson film chronicling the rise and fall of Canadian tech giant Blackberry.
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J.A. Forrester
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May 30, 2023
A Review of Blackberry, dir. Matt JohnsonA Review of Blackberry, dir. Matt Johnson
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J.A. Forrester
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May 30, 2023
Editorial: A Beginner's Guide To City Council
I have been fortunate enough to make my grand debut at City Hall alongside Arthur’s Editor-In-Chief and City Hall regular, Sebastian-Johnston Lindsay on May 8th, where I willingly dove head first into a municipal pit of snakes to witness the unfolding of what can only be described as a middle school fight over who gets to kick the ball at recess. 
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Abbigale Kernya
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May 29, 2023
Editorial: A Beginner's Guide To City CouncilEditorial: A Beginner's Guide To City Council
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Abbigale Kernya
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May 29, 2023
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Peterborough Public Library Opens Gord Downie and Chanie Wenjack Legacy Space
Peterborough’s own Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Legacy Space was officially opened on Saturday May 27th at the Peterborough Public Library.
Peterborough Public Library Opens Gord Downie and Chanie Wenjack Legacy SpacePeterborough Public Library Opens Gord Downie and Chanie Wenjack Legacy Space
"This Will Be Your Legacy": Council Approves Plan For Modular Housing On Wolfe Street
Peterborough’s City Council met on the evening of May 23rd to discuss and bring forth amendments to the Homelessness Service Strategy previously adopted on May 8th. The motion, which centres around the implementation of modular housing at 210 Wolfe Street, has been a controversial proposal among both residents in and around Wolfe Street and amongst councillors themselves.
Peterborough’s City Council met on the evening of May 23rd to discuss and bring forth amendments to the Homelessness Service Strategy previously adopted on May 8th. The motion, which centres around the implementation of modular housing at 210 Wolfe Street, has been a controversial proposal among both residents in and around Wolfe Street and amongst councillors themselves.
Old Problems New Again for Peterborough City Council
No lesson is learned quickly in municipal politics. Leaving issues to fester year over year, it turns out, is a lesson Council is having great difficulty grasping.
No lesson is learned quickly in municipal politics. Leaving issues to fester year over year, it turns out, is a lesson Council is having great difficulty grasping.
Peterborough Politics Podcast
Episode 11! We talked about the STIGMA that seeps from the pores of Conservative MPP Dave Smith as well as Police spending $185,505 (plus annual operations costs) to install 12 CCTV cameras in Peterborough's downtown, plus much more!
Editorial: A Beginner's Guide To City CouncilEditorial: A Beginner's Guide To City Council
I have been fortunate enough to make my grand debut at City Hall alongside Arthur’s Editor-In-Chief and City Hall regular, Sebastian-Johnston Lindsay on May 8th, where I willingly dove head first into a municipal pit of snakes to witness the unfolding of what can only be described as a middle school fight over who gets to kick the ball at recess. 
Living With An Invisible DisabilityLiving With An Invisible Disability
A disability is defined as a limitation or impairment, either physical or mental, which makes it more difficult for an individual to do certain activities (activity limitation), or interferes with their ability to interact with the world around them (participation restrictions). There are both visible and invisible forms of disability, which can impact the way a person is able to participate in society. It does not mean, however, that someone diagnosed with a disability is unable to live a rich, fulfilling life. It simply means that they may need different accommodations and supports, while still respecting the person’s individual autonomy.
The Age of Handheld Games, and What We Left BehindThe Age of Handheld Games, and What We Left Behind
Having recently rekindled a relationship with her Nintendo 3DS, Evan Robins reminisces on the earl-2000s era of handheld games consoles. Have they found a true successor in the Nintendo Switch, or has something been lost along the way?
Maybe They Have to PoopMaybe They Have to Poop
Following a chance incident during a snowstorm, Daniel Morris contemplates how we ascribe intent to others and suggests a new way to extend the benefit of the doubt.
These Most Banned, Most Beautiful BooksThese Most Banned, Most Beautiful Books
These Most Banned, Most Beautiful Books
Cinevangelism: Revenge of the Sixth: Every Star War is the Worst Star WarsCinevangelism: Revenge of the Sixth: Every Star War is the Worst Star Wars
Cinevangelism: Revenge of the Sixth: Every Star War is the Worst Star Wars
The Age of Handheld Games, and What We Left BehindThe Age of Handheld Games, and What We Left Behind
The Age of Handheld Games, and What We Left Behind
Hockey Hazing and the Issues with a “Culture of Silence”Hockey Hazing and the Issues with a “Culture of Silence”
Hockey Hazing and the Issues with a “Culture of Silence”