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Evan Robins has been around the masthead a couple times. With two years of Arthur journalism under her belt, she relishes the opportunity to serve as Coordinating Editor of Volume 58. Saddled with a love of long-form, Evan writes compulsively, and is thus happy to have an outlet to do just that (and be paid for it, no less). She is passionate about intersectional and solutions-based journalism at Arthur, and writes lengthy diatribes informed by a passion for research and presented with her trademark trans-girl irreverence.
Evan’s work has been published in Maclean’s, Xtra Magazine, and the Journal of Undergraduate Studies at Trent (JUST). She has been interviewed on the Corner of Hunter and George podcast, and featured on the Trent Radio (CFFF FM 92.7) programs NOISEHOLE, Radio on the Go, TRANSmission, and AMPLIFYR. Besides her regular film column, Cinevangelism with Evangeline Robins, she has also worked as the editor for Queerlines, Arthur’s annual zine in collaboration with the Trent Queer Collective.
Outside of work she drives herself madder by reading academic theory for “fun”, as well as writing, thinking far too deeply about mass-market video games, and telling herself this is definitely the month she sits down to finish that manuscript. Assuming this whole “writer” thing doesn’t pan out, she intends to test how long it is humanly possible to stay in grad school. Whatever you do, just don't ask her about her Honours Thesis.
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The Trent Central Student Association's Board of Directors gathered for the first time this academic year to discuss committee appointments, executive reports, and the perennial issue of Peterborough Public Transit
Having made her triumphant return to the dating app Tinder (don't ask), co-editor Evan Robins lists her many grievances with this terrible but monolithic dating app, and using this as a means to frame our tendency to tailor our personalities on different platforms, and how one particular streaming service seeks to reinforce exactly that.
What promised to be a short meeting of Peterborough City Council found itself dragged into unforeseen deliberations on Monday August 28th, as the recommended tax rate increases for the upcoming 2024 budget once again became a topic of debate.
With Issue Seven, Arthur's 57th Volume goes out with a proverbial bang. Having survived a malicious libel and defunding campaign wrought by Trent's best and brightest, Arthur is assured another year (at least) of funding. Beyond the top-notch reporting you've come to love and expect, the paper and its contributors come back swinging with "Alfred" - an insert which is not recommended for anyone under the age of 18 or who get offended by things they read.
Issue Five features a centre spread in recognition of Black History Month made up of community contributors reflecting on aspects of Black identity in a local and global context. The re-opening of the Pig's Ear Tavern was major news for locals and so Irene Suvillaga sat down with the new owners for another installment of "Meet the Locals." An awkward and upsetting instance of white fragility in Council ends in a successful motion for Councillors to undertake mandatory Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Training. "Dear David" takes on the big questions of gender politics, Evan Robins returns with a theatrical cut for "Cinevangelism," and another dispath from our trusted writer abroad, Tru Van Wyk talks the ups and downs of life in Nottingham. Finally, we are excited at the return of PuzPuz Puzzles! Sit back, relax, and remember what you read!
Arthur is sooo back! After a rejuvenating summer sabbatical in the woods, Arthur returns just in time for the school year with more of the hard-hitting community reporting you've come to expect from this small but mighty rag. In Issue 0, you'll find articles by community members about the experiences of graduate students post-graduation, the pitfalls of corporate culture, and why Bata Library isn't so aptly named. You'll also find a veritable cornucopia of book and film reviews. This issue also includes a feature article on the Peterborough Museum and Archives' newest exhibit: "To Honour and Respect: Gifts from Michi Saagiig Women to the Prince of Wales, 1860.”