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Sebastian Johnston-Lindsay is the current Editor-in-Chief of Arthur and previously served as Coordinating Editor of Arthur's Volume 57. He is passionate about local arts and culture in Peterborough, as well as politics at all levels, including university governance. Sebastian is delighted to have the unique opportunity to help tell the stories of Peterborough and Trent University and share them with the community.
As a freelance writer, his writing has appeared in KawarthaNOW and he is a semi-regular contributor to the music website DOMINIONATED. Outside of print, Sebastian has previously written and produced a weekly radio show on Trent Radio called Great Canadian Covers and is the current co-host of NOISEHOLE on Trent Radio alongside fellow Arthurian, David King. He currently serves on the station's Board of Directors.
Outside of work, he can be found wandering the trails of Peterborough, at a local concert, cooking, or tuned in to a Blue Jays game.
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In what was to be a rather short and uneventful Council meeting in terms of discussion, Councillors were tasked with ratifying a number of significant items including granting their support for a battery energy storage project on Trent University’s lands known as the North-End Peterborough Storage System, which will be built by Atura Power on property leased to them by Trent.
Peterborough City Councillors re-affirmed their support at the November 27th Council Meeting for two initiatives previously given approval at General Committee after hearing delegations from community members.
On the morning of November 17th, the Trent Central Student Association held a Town Hall with their membership to discuss ATU Local 1320’s negotiations with the City of Peterborough, and the impact of a potential strike on students. However, TCSA executives shared a preponderance of misleading messaging to the membership both during and following the event.
It's a big news day in Peterborough—Nogojiwanong, and no, we're not talking about budget week. It is, of course, Spotify Wrapped week, and the ever-intrepid Arthur editors have undertaken the great endeavour of debriefing this most sacrosanct of cultural moments.
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.”
Rumours of Alfred's death have been greatly exaggerated, as the current insert bears witness to. This horrible little paper, bred in the deepest pits of contempt for ingrained authority, bootlickers, and patsies of all description is the satirical (and deeply stupid) younger brother of Arthur. Be warned: This paper has no redeeming qualities.
Issue 2 takes on the dichotomy that is Head of The Trent with two long-form articles discussing the impacts on the community from the perspective of Indigenous students and staff and a rollicking piece about the forgotten raison d'être for the whole event which fell on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Evan Robins debuts the first two parts of a series on Peter Robinson College 20 years after its sale. All this alongside community, City Hall, and campus news from the TCSA.