Trent English Department Launches Chickenscratch Anthology at Traill College
Trent English Department Launches Chickenscratch Anthology at Traill College
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Evan Robins
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April 11, 2024
The returned of a hallowed anthology of Trent student writing strikes a question into the hearts of all those whom bear it witness: "Who up scratching they chickens?"
Washboard Hank and Catfish Willie Take the Stage at Take Cover Books
Washboard Hank and Catfish Willie Take the Stage at Take Cover Books
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Magali Nichol
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April 10, 2024
On the afternoon of April 6th, Peterborough’s Washboard Hank (Hank Fisher) and Catfish Willie (Willie Lindsay) took the stage at Take Cover Books. I, along with others of all ages, was fortunate enough to attend this delightful performance. 
Donald Glover: The Second First Black Man in Space
Donald Glover: The Second First Black Man in Space
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Allen Barnier
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April 3, 2024
No, Donald Glover didn’t go to the moon, but he is making giant leaps for mankind when it comes to racial representation in mainstream media.
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Writers Reading Series: Presenting Rob Winger, Concetta Principe & Aaron Kreuter
Writers Reading Series: Presenting Rob Winger, Concetta Principe & Aaron Kreuter
By
Amelia Takacs
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March 28, 2024
On the evening of Thursday, March 21, 2024, three authors apart of Trent University faculty, Rob Winger, Concetta Principe & Aaron Kreuter took to the podium for the “Writers Reading Series” at Traill College. Each presenting specific factions of their previous literary works, the three authors spoke in turn.
Miracle Territory Up and Running with All-Ages Concert Series
Miracle Territory Up and Running with All-Ages Concert Series
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Sebastian Johnston-Lindsay
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March 26, 2024
Miracle Territory, a production and promotions collective founded by Peterborough-based musician and producer, Michael Cloud Duguay, aims to put on more all-ages shows featuring local and touring acts in unique locales around the City.
Review: Izzie M: The Alchemy of Enfreakment
Review: Izzie M: The Alchemy of Enfreakment
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Abbigail Lewis-Maher
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March 14, 2024
Izzie M: The Alchemy of Enfreakment is a curious production, turning to the past historical tradition of the freak show as a way of reclaiming Indigenous personhood.
Writers Reading Series: Presenting Rob Winger, Concetta Principe & Aaron Kreuter
Writers Reading Series: Presenting Rob Winger, Concetta Principe & Aaron Kreuter
By
Amelia Takacs
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March 28, 2024
On the evening of Thursday, March 21, 2024, three authors apart of Trent University faculty, Rob Winger, Concetta Principe & Aaron Kreuter took to the podium for the “Writers Reading Series” at Traill College. Each presenting specific factions of their previous literary works, the three authors spoke in turn.
Miracle Territory Up and Running with All-Ages Concert Series
Miracle Territory Up and Running with All-Ages Concert Series
By
Sebastian Johnston-Lindsay
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March 26, 2024
Miracle Territory, a production and promotions collective founded by Peterborough-based musician and producer, Michael Cloud Duguay, aims to put on more all-ages shows featuring local and touring acts in unique locales around the City.
Review: Izzie M: The Alchemy of Enfreakment
Review: Izzie M: The Alchemy of Enfreakment
By
Abbigail Lewis-Maher
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March 14, 2024
Izzie M: The Alchemy of Enfreakment is a curious production, turning to the past historical tradition of the freak show as a way of reclaiming Indigenous personhood.
Public Energy Performing Arts Presents Vástádus Eana (The Answer is Land)
Public Energy Performing Arts Presents Vástádus Eana (The Answer is Land)
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Amelia Takacs
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March 6, 2024
Public Energy Performing Arts presentation of Vástádus Eana on March 3rd, 2024.
English Department and Anne Shirley Theatre Company Host Shakespeare Cabaret in Nozhem Theatre
English Department and Anne Shirley Theatre Company Host Shakespeare Cabaret in Nozhem Theatre
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Mikaela Lewis
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Ian Vansegbrook
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March 2, 2024
On the evening of February 17th, Shakespeare fans and cynics alike packed into Trent University’s Nozhem Theatre to watch the Shakespeare Cabaret—a collaboration between Trent’s English department and the Anne Shirley Theatre Company (ASTC). Arthur's Mikaela Lewis and Ian Vansegbrook were both there to take it all in.
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
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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St. James' "Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" Review
St. James' "Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" Review
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Ian Vansegbrook
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February 13, 2024
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. 
PJ Thomas Presents Upcoming Poetry-Video Project "12 Weeks of Bliss"
PJ Thomas Presents Upcoming Poetry-Video Project "12 Weeks of Bliss"
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Mikaela Lewis
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February 13, 2024
Journalist Mikaela Lewis sits down with local artists, including poet PJ Thomas, to discuss their upcoming project, "12 Weeks of Bliss"