Brazil Gaffney-Knox

(she/her)
Co-Editor-in-Chief
Co-Editor-in-Chief, Producer
and

Hello everyone! I am a gratified and satisfied co-Editor-in-Chief of this great student press. On the daily I enjoy typing emails, laughing at the hyper-local memes that end up in our inbox, chatting brain-to-brain with excited staff writers and editors, and carving out a place on the internet for our peculiar publication. I claim responsibility for the proliferation of pigeons you'll find as you make your way through Arthur's home on the internet--drop me an email for a detailed defence of the bird!

I can assure you that if you've made it this far, you have come to the right place -> editors@trentarthur.ca

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Arthur Editorship Platforms 2021-2022
Nick Taylor and Brazil Gaffney-Knox are running for Arthur's editorship for Vol. 56. If you are part of Arthur's Staff Collective, you are eligible to vote for the incoming editors on April 10th, 2021 over zoom.
Trent Approves Lands Plan That "Makes Sense For The World"
The Trent Board of Governors approved the Trent Lands and Nature Areas Plan at their February meeting. Three community members spoke to challenge the approval, grad student Matt Dutry, the TCSA’s Jocelyn Whalen, and Elder Dorothy Taylor. The speakers argued that the Plan should not be approved, citing issues during the consultation process, and students feeling confused and uninformed. Elder Taylor, a member of Curve Lake First Nation explicitly asked the Board not to approve, “The land has said “do not allow anymore, do not allow this project to go forward.” Because this land is sacred.”
Trent Land is Sacred and the Community is Rallying 
Nick and Brazil cover 'Honouring the Land of the Sacred Elements' -- a virtual seminar organized by community members who are concerned about the Trent Lands Plan and what it means for the wildlife that call our campus home. This article features the perspectives of Professor Emerita Dr. Shirley Williams, Elder Dorothy Taylor, local naturalist Basil Conlin, and PhD candidate Debbie Jenkins.
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2021-05-05 | Mutterance
Little sounds from the pounds
Edited by
Danny Taro
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May 5, 2021
2021-04-07 | Metamorphosis
Leaf-eating correspondence
Edited by
Danny Taro
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April 7, 2021