Cheyenne Wood

Summer Journalist
Secretary / Staff Collective Member

Cheyenne first joined the Arthur as a staff writer in her first year at Trent in 2019 and has been a contributor ever since, even joining Arthur’s board as secretary in early 2021. A firm believer that the pen is mightier than the sword, Cheyenne has no qualms in taking up swords when it comes to video games or dungeons and dragons. An aspiring journalist and writer, Cheyenne seeks to offer unique perspectives from their intersectional position as a queer, urban Indigenous youth. More often than not she seeks to educate and inform others on sociopolitical issues that affect minorities, both locally and nationally. Some of their other work includes 50 years on a Road Less Travelled and Through the Eyes of Gamechangers, two articles she was commissioned to write for Trent’s Alumni Magazine, volume 50.2. When it comes to her writing, Cheyenne always wears their heart on their sleeve, so often you’ll find her writing about things that she feels passionate about.

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Fallout New Vegas: An Introduction to Politics
Can a video game about a post-nuclear fallout future set in Las Vegas change your understanding of the present political moment? Cheyenne Wood reviews Fallout New Vegas and dives into the twisted future and the political realities it reflects.
A Review of Encanto: The Magic of Healing Intergenerational Trauma
Cheyenne Wood reviews Disney's latest animated film, Encanto! Wood writes about what the film means for representation, and how it takes up intergenerational trauma, and puts a new spin on the idea of a Disney villain.
ReFrame Review: Daughter of a Lost Bird
This film follows Kendra, a Lummi woman who grew up separated from her culture. Read Cheyenne Wood’s review of this 2020 documentary about Indigenous identity, family and intergenerational healing.
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