Arthur is making our Twitch livestream debut on April 1st, 2021, at 8:00pm with our First Annual Fundraiser and Telethon! Over the upcoming days, we are aiming to hit our 2021 fundraising goal of $10,000.
Your money goes to: •Good paying jobs for content creators •Year-round operation •New tech for content production •The freedom to remain independent
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These two films serve as poignant reminders that Indigenous women have long been excluded from the feminist movement, and emancipatory victories enjoyed by white women. From gender-discrimination in the Indian Act to the white-washed story of feminism in the U.S., these films place Indigenous women in the lineage of struggle for gender justice.
As the election inches ever-nearer, residents of the Peterborough-Kawartha riding are increasingly bombarded with debates, canvases, political ads on the interweb, radio and TV. Read on for coverage of last week’s all candidates environmental debate.
Brazil Gaffney-Knox outlines the events of the Board of Governors meeting on June 25th, the final meeting of the academic year. Motions were passed, speeches made, (some) discussions ensued. TL;DR Curve Lake First Nation Chief, Emily Whetung commended Trent for its commitment to Indigenous peoples and positive relationship with Curve Lake, applications to Durham’s new residence are sparse and Leo’s “realistic hope” is that they’ll have half the promised capacity when school starts, BoG makes the “political” decision to increase to out-of-province tuition by 3%.
After a hiatus, Growing Pains has returned to bring you two episodes all about student activism at Trent. In Part 1 & 2 we map out Trent’s radical, activist roots and take stock of the changes that have taken place over the past 20 years.
Issue 1 is here. What to expect: Varun Biddanda explores how Canadian Universities are failing international students, Levy Groups receive less funding for student jobs, a new food justice project opens downtown, and Drag Queens are blowing up the arts scene!
Arthur returns to print! Introducing Volume 56, Issue 0. What to expect: Cheyenne Wood revisits renaming of Champlain College, video games take over the sports section, maps of Trent campus and downtown, Evan Robins identifies and breaks down common misconceptions about Trent, and Arthur has a fresh new logo to bring us into the new school year.
Welcome to Issue 3. What to expect: QUEERLINES, a radical insert created by the Trent Queer Collectives, further investigation into investment at Trent, a review of Ted Lasso a groundbreaking new TV show featuring sports and emotions, and much much more!