Abbigale Kernya is one of two coordinating editors for Arthur Newspaper, having previously been brought on in Volume 57 as Arthur’s copy editor. Abbigale is a prolific reader and writer studying English Literature at Trent University. Having grown up in Peterborough-Nogojiwanong, Abbigale is passionate about uplifting student voices, talent, and stories to ensure our community hears the diverse perspectives of our Arthur team. 

As a storyteller to her core, Abbigale has worked with an online magazine, KBI Inspire Magazine, for three years as a Youth Editor, Contributing Writer, and co-host of Life Outside The Box podcast, where she focuses on the conversation around youth mental health and empowering young voices.

Outside of work, Abbigale can be found geeking out over Boygenius, frantically searching for motivation to finish her novel, and reminiscing about her days as a musician.

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Zaagi’idiwin: Our Mother Heart Comes to Trent University
On the evening of November 3rd, Nozhem First Peoples Performance Space held Zaagi’idiwin: Our Mother Heart with performances by Samantha Sutherland and Sophie Dow, co-presented by Nozhem First Peoples Performance Space, O.Dela Arts, and Public Energy Performing Arts.
Peterborough Formally Supports B’nai Brith's Call to Action and Addresses The Great Pickleball Debate
Peterborough City Hall met on the evening of October 23rd with delegations speaking on the Parks and Outdoor Recreation Facilities Study, and whether or not Councillor Kieth Riel can do a kickflip. Plus, the City of Peterborough formally supported B'nai Brith's call on the Federal Government to release The Deschênes Commission Final Report in its entirety following the events that took place in the House of Commons.
Gator Goes Global: Down and out on London Street
Peterborough's favourite fat little boy takes a temporary leave from his hovel on London Street as co-editor, Abbigale Kernya mourns his absence.
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Abbigale Kernya
2023-11-26 | A Haunted Puzzle
People who predict the future
Edited by
David Yoshio
November 26, 2023
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Down-to-earth quality
Edited by
David Yoshio
November 19, 2023