Ian combines a raw energy and adrift focus to join Arthur’s 58th edition. He enjoys staring at nothing, pondering, any form of simulation/strategy, fiction, history, metal, horror, reading, writing, bright colours, commas, and making long lists. In his spare time, you can find him enraptured in some little thing, making responsible fiscal decisions at book stores, and asking every question.

Once described as a 6’4 toddler, his qualifications include being forklift certified, and having zero literary acclaim, even from a secret Wattpad. Fun fact, he never achieved higher than a 72 in high school English. Anyway, he’s in his second year of the English literature program, he owns 90% of all Scooby doo media on disc, and always has at least one high-power flashlight within arm’s reach.

Outside of all of that, he has big plans. He wishes to be an author (don’t worry, his mother’s basement is well furnished), dreams of being involved in car chase but in a fun way, and is dying to ask even more people even more questions. He is also saving up to by the limited-edition Monster Fighter Lego sets, and plans on he and his friends being involved in a murder mystery in a castle (or mansion) on a mountain. That is not a threat, but a promise. He will die exclusively to complications petting a bear or being struck by lightning.

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A Tearful Goodbye to the Varsity Volleyball Season
It has happened; the day we feared, when the Trent varsity Volleyball season would come to an end. We’ve come through many trials and tribulations, underdogs of the highest calibre, elite athletes, performing against overwhelming odds. This final (for now…) edition of Arthur’s coverage of the team will cover the events of the final home games, including both the White-out and final game, as well as some of the goodbyes and good journalism you expect. 
English Department and Anne Shirley Theatre Company Host Shakespeare Cabaret in Nozhem Theatre
On the evening of February 17th, Shakespeare fans and cynics alike packed into Trent University’s Nozhem Theatre to watch the Shakespeare Cabaret—a collaboration between Trent’s English department and the Anne Shirley Theatre Company (ASTC). Arthur's Mikaela Lewis and Ian Vansegbrook were both there to take it all in.
St. James' "Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" Review
A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder is a raunchy, rowdy musical about a young man who, after the death of his mother, realizes that he is eighth in line for the Earldom of Highhurst. Realizing his D’ysquith heritage, he sets out to shorten the line and wrest the title for himself. Adapted from the 1907 novel The Autobiography of the Criminal by Roy Horniman, the play debuted on Broadway in late 2013, and quickly became a smash hit, winning four Tony awards in 2014. 
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Ian Vansegbrook