DisOrientation Week 2021
DisOrientation Week 2021
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Simone Zhu
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September 7, 2021
OPIRG Peterborough's Special Events Coordinator, Simone Zhu outlines their annual DisOrientation Week! Learn more about the exciting roster of events they have planned for Trent, Nogo, + beyond!
Love and Chainsaws: Why you should read the Chainsaw Man manga (if you haven’t already)
Love and Chainsaws: Why you should read the Chainsaw Man manga (if you haven’t already)
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Evan Robins
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July 19, 2021
Arthur’s resident enthusiast for all things horrifying, dark, and gory is back, with her sights set on the final frontier: manga & anime. This time she’s jumping into Tatsuki Fujimoto’s critically acclaimed Chainsaw Man, an over-the-top thrill ride filled with demons, public servants, and – of course – chainsaws.
Blood Quantum is the Indigenous-led Horror Movie You Have Never Seen
Blood Quantum is the Indigenous-led Horror Movie You Have Never Seen
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Evan Robins
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June 21, 2021
In this article, Evan Robins reviews Jeff Barnaby's 2019 horror film, Blood Quantum, about a zombie plague that Indigenous people are immune to. Robins takes stock of every component of this film -- its plot, its cinematography, its gore, and ultimately, she recommends it!
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Nogojiwanong Indigenous Fringe Festival Premiers Covid-Style
Nogojiwanong Indigenous Fringe Festival Premiers Covid-Style
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Lucas Schaefer
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June 21, 2021
The world’s first Indigenous fringe festival is happening right here in Nogojiwanong this week. Nogojiwanong Indigenous Fringe Festival (NIFF) will host a week-long lineup of performances from a variety of Indigenous artists from June 23 to 27. Performances will be accessible by vehicle on Trent's Symons Campus.
Trying To Get Inside Bo’s Head After Watching Bo Burnham’s Inside
Trying To Get Inside Bo’s Head After Watching Bo Burnham’s Inside
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Lucas Schaefer
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June 17, 2021
Lucas Schaefer reviews Bo Burnham's new comedy special, 'Inside' -- a self-reflexive and self-deprecating take on one comedian's journey to create a comedy special entirely alone and in one single room.
The Arthur Literary Review: Roger Boylan's Timeless Novel
The Arthur Literary Review: Roger Boylan's Timeless Novel
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Dante Pettapiece
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June 8, 2021
In his latest edition of the Arthur Literary Review, Dante Pettapiece reviews Roger Boylan's newest novel, The Adorations, which has been described as this Nabokovian author's magnum opus.
Nogojiwanong Indigenous Fringe Festival Premiers Covid-Style
Nogojiwanong Indigenous Fringe Festival Premiers Covid-Style
By
Lucas Schaefer
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June 21, 2021
The world’s first Indigenous fringe festival is happening right here in Nogojiwanong this week. Nogojiwanong Indigenous Fringe Festival (NIFF) will host a week-long lineup of performances from a variety of Indigenous artists from June 23 to 27. Performances will be accessible by vehicle on Trent's Symons Campus.
Trying To Get Inside Bo’s Head After Watching Bo Burnham’s Inside
Trying To Get Inside Bo’s Head After Watching Bo Burnham’s Inside
By
Lucas Schaefer
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June 17, 2021
Lucas Schaefer reviews Bo Burnham's new comedy special, 'Inside' -- a self-reflexive and self-deprecating take on one comedian's journey to create a comedy special entirely alone and in one single room.
The Arthur Literary Review: Roger Boylan's Timeless Novel
The Arthur Literary Review: Roger Boylan's Timeless Novel
By
Dante Pettapiece
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June 8, 2021
In his latest edition of the Arthur Literary Review, Dante Pettapiece reviews Roger Boylan's newest novel, The Adorations, which has been described as this Nabokovian author's magnum opus.
'For All That I Learned From You' : Trent's Broken Promise to its Students
'For All That I Learned From You' : Trent's Broken Promise to its Students
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Irene Suvillaga
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April 16, 2021
In 2019, the TCSA approached Daniel Crawford and Hannah Spinney to paint a mural outside their office in the Student Centre. Mid-way through the project, the TCSA learned that the mural was in violation of their lease agreement with the University, and was destroyed.
Slander in Cinema
Slander in Cinema
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Aimée Anctil
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April 15, 2021
In this article, Aimee Anctil explores the oft-overlooked racist and homophobic tropes in 'Mean Girls' (2004) and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (2010). Anctil reminds us that "we can appreciate art, we must also criticize it for what it is. No art is without flaw, and no film is without its biases."
The Next Best Option; the Musicfest Livestream
The Next Best Option; the Musicfest Livestream
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Elizabeth Mitton
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April 2, 2021
Musicfest's free admission concerts in Del Crary Park have been a staple summer activity in the Peterborough-Nogojiwanong area for decades. However, in the age of COVID-19 and concerts being cancelled for the foreseeable future, Musicfest opted to host their first-ever livestreamed performance while aiming to maintain audience engagement. How did they do it? Elizabeth Mitton sat down with Musicfest's Marketing and Communications Specialist Justin Sutton to find out.
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The Arthur Literary Review: Tim Hwang and Why You're a Commodity
The Arthur Literary Review: Tim Hwang and Why You're a Commodity
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Dante Pettapiece
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March 17, 2021
In his latest edition of the Arthur Literary Review, Dante Pettapiece reflects on Tim Hwang's new book, 'Subprime Attention Crisis,' which explores how big tech financializes attention. In this review, Pettapiece reimagines the internet and explains why Hwang believes there is a ticking time bomb at the heart of the internet.
RPM Challenge: the 2021 Listening Listicle
RPM Challenge: the 2021 Listening Listicle
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Spencer Wells
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March 11, 2021
To highlight the ever-expanding catalogue of music in the city of Peterborough and the Kawartha Lakes region, Spencer Wells provides a detailed list of artist submissions for the 2021 Record Production Month Challenge. This is the final article based on the Revvin Up radio miniseries on Trent Radio.