"We are the voice of Bonnerworth": Residents Gather in Opposition to Bonnerworth Redevelopment"We are the voice of Bonnerworth": Residents Gather in Opposition to Bonnerworth Redevelopment
"We are the voice of Bonnerworth": Residents Gather in Opposition to Bonnerworth Redevelopment
A rally held at Bonnerworth Park at the corner of Monaghan and McDonnel organized by retired Priest Father Leo Coughlin attracted a group of over 200 people on Saturday afternoon (May 18th).The rally was meant to “Save Bonnerworth Park” from impending $4.4 million redevelopment, which will include the addition of 16 pickleball courts and up to 80 parking spots, which was officially approved by Peterborough City Council on April 8th. 
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May 18, 2024
Groarke statement on encampments "did not address anything" student group saysGroarke statement on encampments "did not address anything" student group says
Groarke statement on encampments "did not address anything" student group says
As Trent students, faculty, and community members gathered for a rally on May 15th as part of an all-day sit in in support of Palestinian liberation, questions remain about Trent's response.
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May 16, 2024
"So much for democracy": Bonnerworth Redevelopment Goes Ahead While Resident and Councillor Concerns Remain"So much for democracy": Bonnerworth Redevelopment Goes Ahead While Resident and Councillor Concerns Remain
"So much for democracy": Bonnerworth Redevelopment Goes Ahead While Resident and Councillor Concerns Remain
The Bonnerworth Park redevelopment was once again on the agenda at Peterborough City Council due to a motion brought forward by Town Ward Councillor Joy Lachica which asked once more for Council to be given final approval for the new park which includes a renovated skate park, a pump bike track, and—perhaps most infamously—16 pickleball courts. 
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Sebastian Johnston-Lindsay
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May 14, 2024
Frost Centre to Welcome Dr. Abra Wenzel as Newest Roberta Bondar Fellow in Northern and Polar Studies Frost Centre to Welcome Dr. Abra Wenzel as Newest Roberta Bondar Fellow in Northern and Polar Studies
Frost Centre to Welcome Dr. Abra Wenzel as Newest Roberta Bondar Fellow in Northern and Polar Studies
Dr. Wenzel completed her PhD in anthropology at Carleton University in 2023 where her research took an economic anthropological approach to Indigenous women’s textiles and art in the sub-Arctic region, specifically in the Mackenzie Valley in the Northwest Territories, and their relationship to the Canadian tourism industry.
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Sebastian Johnston-Lindsay
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May 13, 2024
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What Does Dave Smith Believe In?
The Progressive Conservative MPP has repeatedly made inflammatory statements about Israel's siege of Gaza, going so far as to compare the events of October 7th to those of the Holocaust.
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Evan Robins
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May 17, 2024
What Does Dave Smith Believe In?What Does Dave Smith Believe In?
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May 17, 2024
The Life and Art of Gustav Klimt
Gustav Klimt is one of the most widely recognized artists of the art nouveau and Vienna Secession movements and is most well-known for his painting The Kiss. During his life, however, Klimt would face criticism for his choice of subject matter, specifically aspects of female sexuality.
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Magali Nichol
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May 2, 2024
The Life and Art of Gustav KlimtThe Life and Art of Gustav Klimt
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May 2, 2024
Sex Shops and You, or Why You Should Visit One
Staff journalist Ian Vansegbrook presents an introspective look at sex shops, and their role both as facets of sexuality and identity, but also as vendors of sex toys.
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Ian Vansegbrook
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May 2, 2024
Sex Shops and You, or Why You Should Visit OneSex Shops and You, or Why You Should Visit One
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May 2, 2024
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"So much for democracy": Bonnerworth Redevelopment Goes Ahead While Resident and Councillor Concerns Remain
The Bonnerworth Park redevelopment was once again on the agenda at Peterborough City Council due to a motion brought forward by Town Ward Councillor Joy Lachica which asked once more for Council to be given final approval for the new park which includes a renovated skate park, a pump bike track, and—perhaps most infamously—16 pickleball courts. 
"So much for democracy": Bonnerworth Redevelopment Goes Ahead While Resident and Councillor Concerns Remain"So much for democracy": Bonnerworth Redevelopment Goes Ahead While Resident and Councillor Concerns Remain
Frost Centre to Welcome Dr. Abra Wenzel as Newest Roberta Bondar Fellow in Northern and Polar Studies
Dr. Wenzel completed her PhD in anthropology at Carleton University in 2023 where her research took an economic anthropological approach to Indigenous women’s textiles and art in the sub-Arctic region, specifically in the Mackenzie Valley in the Northwest Territories, and their relationship to the Canadian tourism industry.
Dr. Wenzel completed her PhD in anthropology at Carleton University in 2023 where her research took an economic anthropological approach to Indigenous women’s textiles and art in the sub-Arctic region, specifically in the Mackenzie Valley in the Northwest Territories, and their relationship to the Canadian tourism industry.
Come One Come All: Meet The Creators Behind Peterborough’s Creampie Cafe
Peterborough has a rich and booming population of bookstores, all of which bring something unique and different to this city. None, however, specialize in sex—until now. As a self-proclaimed “smutty bookstore” with nearly a thousand followers online, the Creampie Cafe specializes in sexy, erotic, literature. Though there is no brick and mortar store just yet, the Creampie Cafe have already cemented themselves in Peterborough’s book market with their unique and fast growing online presence. 
Peterborough has a rich and booming population of bookstores, all of which bring something unique and different to this city. None, however, specialize in sex—until now. As a self-proclaimed “smutty bookstore” with nearly a thousand followers online, the Creampie Cafe specializes in sexy, erotic, literature. Though there is no brick and mortar store just yet, the Creampie Cafe have already cemented themselves in Peterborough’s book market with their unique and fast growing online presence. 
Radio Free Arthur
Happy Tortured Poets Department release day to all who celebrate! Having listened to all two hours of the extended "Anthology" edition of this most recent emission from the Queen of jet-setting herself the editors get down and dirty in the lyrical content of the album.
The Life and Art of Gustav KlimtThe Life and Art of Gustav Klimt
Gustav Klimt is one of the most widely recognized artists of the art nouveau and Vienna Secession movements and is most well-known for his painting The Kiss. During his life, however, Klimt would face criticism for his choice of subject matter, specifically aspects of female sexuality.
Sex Shops and You, or Why You Should Visit OneSex Shops and You, or Why You Should Visit One
Staff journalist Ian Vansegbrook presents an introspective look at sex shops, and their role both as facets of sexuality and identity, but also as vendors of sex toys.
Letter to the Editors: Fleming College Program SuspensionLetter to the Editors: Fleming College Program Suspension
On April 24th, Fleming College announced that 29 programs are suspended, 14 of which are programs offered at the Frost campus. This announcement came after the college sent out acceptance letters in early March. As a result, many students have been left feeling disappointed and uncertain about our futures, as many of us have already made plans to return to Fleming in the fall.
Letter to the Editors: Silence on PalestineLetter to the Editors: Silence on Palestine
Letter to the Editor urging Trent University to take a stronger stance on the Free Palestine movement in wake of the newly announce B.A. in Human Rights and Global Justice program.
What Does Dave Smith Believe In?What Does Dave Smith Believe In?
What Does Dave Smith Believe In?
Unwilling to Compromise and Incredibly Loud—Cross Dog on Their New Album and Keeping Punk PoliticalUnwilling to Compromise and Incredibly Loud—Cross Dog on Their New Album and Keeping Punk Political
Unwilling to Compromise and Incredibly Loud—Cross Dog on Their New Album and Keeping Punk Political
"Skate Hard, Hit Hard": A Conversation with the Peterborough Area Roller Derby Team"Skate Hard, Hit Hard": A Conversation with the Peterborough Area Roller Derby Team
"Skate Hard, Hit Hard": A Conversation with the Peterborough Area Roller Derby Team
Meet Matt Rempe, The New York Rangers’ Newest Tough GuyMeet Matt Rempe, The New York Rangers’ Newest Tough Guy
Meet Matt Rempe, The New York Rangers’ Newest Tough Guy