Siwmae everyone! My name is Bethan and I am the Editor-In-Chief at Arthur for Volume 57. I moved to Canada during my degree and fell in love with Arthur. This year I am excited to work with students and community members to produce high quality, accessible, and relevant journalism. I am also involved with the Kawartha World Issues Centre as a Board Member and am the Managing Editor of the Journal of Undergraduate Studies at Trent. When I am not working my other interests include reading, cooking, and hockey (Go Petes Go). I am also a cat lover! If you want to get in touch or be involved in Arthur this year contact me at

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Editorial: News Media in the Age of Information
This is what the free press is all about. The chance for everyone to voice their opinions whether you like it or not. Here at Arthur, we place few limitations on the content our staff and contributors produce because this is the voice of campus and you are the people providing that voice. 
Editorial: And Action! ReFrame Brings Global Activism to Nogojiwanong
Bethan Bates reflects upon the 2023 ReFrame Film Festival and how the festival brings global issues home to remind us how we're all connected.
Shireen Ahmed Gives Talk on Journalism through an Anti-Oppressive Lens at Trent Durham-GTA
Shireen Ahmed was born to immigrant parents who were both avid hockey fans, in particular supporters of the Montreal Canadiens. She spoke about how she grew up surrounded by sports but it was not until the Olympics that she saw women’s sports being presented on the same level as men’s. Ahmed received a MA in Journalism from Ryerson University (now TMU) and worked as a freelance journalist until she joined the CBC. In 2021 she was the first hijab-wearing and racialised woman to appear on TSN and remains one of only four hijab-wearing sports reporters in the US and Canada. 
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