ReFrame Review: Mary Two-Axe Earley + Without a WhisperReFrame Review: Mary Two-Axe Earley + Without a Whisper
ReFrame Review: Mary Two-Axe Earley + Without a Whisper
These two films serve as poignant reminders that Indigenous women have long been excluded from the feminist movement, and emancipatory victories enjoyed by white women. From gender-discrimination in the Indian Act to the white-washed story of feminism in the U.S., these films place Indigenous women in the lineage of struggle for gender justice.
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Brazil Gaffney-Knox
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January 20, 2022
Bubbe's Tapes at Precarious FestivalBubbe's Tapes at Precarious Festival
Bubbe's Tapes at Precarious Festival
Katie Pedlar reports on this year’s Precarious Festival at The Theatre on King, a performing arts festival that fosters a space where art is safe from corporate models. Among the exciting new performances is Jon Hedderwick’s one-man show, Bubbe’s Tapes.
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Katie Pedlar
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December 8, 2021
Student Guide to Thrift Shopping in NogojiwanongStudent Guide to Thrift Shopping in Nogojiwanong
Student Guide to Thrift Shopping in Nogojiwanong
: Emi Habel takes you through the thrift shops of town. The good, the medium, and the not so good. Read on to learn the ins and outs of affordable garments, housewares, odds and ends including information on pricing, inventory, and accessibility.
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Emi Habel
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December 8, 2021
Cyber Security and COVID: What It Means For YouCyber Security and COVID: What It Means For You
Cyber Security and COVID: What It Means For You
As part of Arthur's ongoing coveraged of Trent's Covid-19 response, Evan Robins interrogates the implementation of mandatory self-assessments for Covid symptoms, raising questions of their effectiveness, and the possible privacy implications for students.
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Evan Robins
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December 6, 2021
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"
The Case for Divestment
As the ramifications of climate change become ever more present, and the direct link between fossil fuels industries and global warming become ever more clear, Trent continues to finance the very same industry that in the 1980s privately predicted the apocalyptic consequences of oil and its emissions. Irene Suvillaga dives into the principles of divestment and its impact, fossil fuel companies’ influence on academia and Trent's reluctance to implement this action.
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Irene Suvillaga
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January 11, 2022
The Case for DivestmentThe Case for Divestment
Ninety Seven Percent
In this article, Abbigail Hollett unpacks some harrowing statistics around sexual and gender-based violence, before including some commentary from the Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre about how we can support survivors and work towards ending sexual violence.
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Abbigail Hollett
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December 9, 2021
Ninety Seven PercentNinety Seven Percent
What's The Deal With Truth, Justice, and The American Way?
While comic book culture may be more popular than ever, this popularity stems from TV and movies, not comic books. So what's the big thing that got everyone talking about Superman comic books last month? And why are nerds so darn mad about it?
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Varun Biddanda
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November 20, 2021
What's The Deal With Truth, Justice, and The American Way?What's The Deal With Truth, Justice, and The American Way?
Meet Peterborough’s Inaugural Poet Laureate, Sarah Lewis
Spoken word artist Sarah Lewis is an Anishnaabe Kwe (Ojibwe/Cree) artist from Curve Lake who was selected as Peterborough's first ever Poet Laureate this September. In this piece, Irene dives into who Sarah Lewis is, what her writing is all about and what inspires her as a writer, mother and activist.
Meet Peterborough’s Inaugural Poet Laureate, Sarah LewisMeet Peterborough’s Inaugural Poet Laureate, Sarah Lewis
Home, Through an Artist's Eyes: The Climenhage Project
Irene Suvillaga explores local artist John Climenhage's newest installation 'The Climenhage Project' which is now being exhibited at Sadleir House. Through a personal lens, Irene navigates the artist's work and style, expressing the exhibit's uniqueness and captivating idiosyncrasy. Climenhage's philosophical approach provides an immersive component that invites the viewer to ruminate on, appreciate and experience beauty in every day life Peterborough.
Irene Suvillaga explores local artist John Climenhage's newest installation 'The Climenhage Project' which is now being exhibited at Sadleir House. Through a personal lens, Irene navigates the artist's work and style, expressing the exhibit's uniqueness and captivating idiosyncrasy. Climenhage's philosophical approach provides an immersive component that invites the viewer to ruminate on, appreciate and experience beauty in every day life Peterborough.
Home, Through an Artist's Eyes: The Climenhage Project
Irene Suvillaga explores local artist John Climenhage's newest installation 'The Climenhage Project' which is now being exhibited at Sadleir House. Through a personal lens, Irene navigates the artist's work and style, expressing the exhibit's uniqueness and captivating idiosyncrasy. Climenhage's philosophical approach provides an immersive component that invites the viewer to ruminate on, appreciate and experience beauty in every day life Peterborough.
Irene Suvillaga explores local artist John Climenhage's newest installation 'The Climenhage Project' which is now being exhibited at Sadleir House. Through a personal lens, Irene navigates the artist's work and style, expressing the exhibit's uniqueness and captivating idiosyncrasy. Climenhage's philosophical approach provides an immersive component that invites the viewer to ruminate on, appreciate and experience beauty in every day life Peterborough.
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.
Ninety Seven PercentNinety Seven Percent
In this article, Abbigail Hollett unpacks some harrowing statistics around sexual and gender-based violence, before including some commentary from the Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre about how we can support survivors and work towards ending sexual violence.
What's The Deal With Truth, Justice, and The American Way?What's The Deal With Truth, Justice, and The American Way?
While comic book culture may be more popular than ever, this popularity stems from TV and movies, not comic books. So what's the big thing that got everyone talking about Superman comic books last month? And why are nerds so darn mad about it?
Editorial: Time Moves in Maybe More Than Two DirectionsEditorial: Time Moves in Maybe More Than Two Directions
In this editorial, Nick Taylor weaves together the rich history of student activism at Trent with reflections on time, organizing, and intergenerational struggle. Ultimately, they remind us that students are capable of much when they work collectively.
Trent Bleeds Oil, Not 'Green'Trent Bleeds Oil, Not 'Green'
Alyssa Scanga makes a case for Trent to divest from fossil fuels. Alyssa came to Trent thinking it was a school that shared her green ideals, but upon learning about the Board of Governors decision to forgo divestment in 2015, she realised this was not so. Now more than ever, she says, Trent has a duty to affect this huge change.
ReFrame Review: Mary Two-Axe Earley + Without a WhisperReFrame Review: Mary Two-Axe Earley + Without a Whisper
ReFrame Review: Mary Two-Axe Earley + Without a Whisper
The Trent Film Society Presents: Circus Boy, with director Q&AThe Trent Film Society Presents: Circus Boy, with director Q&A
The Trent Film Society Presents: Circus Boy, with director Q&A
Top Five Internet and/or Operating System Simulation VideogamesTop Five Internet and/or Operating System Simulation Videogames
Top Five Internet and/or Operating System Simulation Videogames
How chess taught me to blunder, beautifullyHow chess taught me to blunder, beautifully
How chess taught me to blunder, beautifully
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