Trent Announces Inaugural Fulbright Research Chair and Hosts Public Lecture by Fulbright Canada CEOTrent Announces Inaugural Fulbright Research Chair and Hosts Public Lecture by Fulbright Canada CEO
Trent Announces Inaugural Fulbright Research Chair and Hosts Public Lecture by Fulbright Canada CEO
Dr. Elizabeth Elliot-Meisel will take up the first Fulbright Chair at Trent University and the School for the Study of Canada. In recognition of the launch of the Fulbright Chair at Trent, and as part of the 50th anniversary of Canadian Studies at Trent, Fulbright Canada's Dr. Michael Hawes delivered a public lecture on US-Canada Relations at Traill College.
The Internationalization Industry at Trent UniversityThe Internationalization Industry at Trent University
The Internationalization Industry at Trent University
Nick Taylor investigates the circumstances of how the role of AVP International came to be filled by Glennice Burns and how the ramping up of internationalization efforts at Trent University have left the needs of students behind.
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TCSA Fall By-Elections and the Fight Against ApathyTCSA Fall By-Elections and the Fight Against Apathy
TCSA Fall By-Elections and the Fight Against Apathy
The TCSA Fall Elections are upon us. Let's talk about student politics, voting apathy, and how to get involved.
Introducing Kawartha World Issues Centre (KWIC)Introducing Kawartha World Issues Centre (KWIC)
Introducing Kawartha World Issues Centre (KWIC)
The Kawartha World Issues Centre introduce themselves and let you know how you can get involved!
TCSA Meeting Deals with Upcoming By-Elections and Transit IssuesTCSA Meeting Deals with Upcoming By-Elections and Transit Issues
TCSA Meeting Deals with Upcoming By-Elections and Transit Issues
Arthur is back covering the TCSA Board meetings. September 18th saw the first meeting of the 2022/23 academic year. By-Elections and issues related to transit services in Peterborough were main topics.
Canadian Studies Honours Retiring Professor and UndergraduatesCanadian Studies Honours Retiring Professor and Undergraduates
Canadian Studies Honours Retiring Professor and Undergraduates
Trent's School for the Study of Canada honoured the retirement of Professor Michele Lacombe and recognized the achievements of undergraduate students at Traill College.
Reminiscing on The Planet Bakery and What Its Closure Signifies For StudentsReminiscing on The Planet Bakery and What Its Closure Signifies For Students
Reminiscing on The Planet Bakery and What Its Closure Signifies For Students
Journalist Emi Habel looks at the legacy that The Planet Bakery has left upon students and locals alike and the significance of its recent closure in part due to the pandemic. She also looks into the future to see what Trent has in store.
Western Responds to Campus Rape Culture Crisis: Individualized Responses to a Structural ProblemWestern Responds to Campus Rape Culture Crisis: Individualized Responses to a Structural Problem
Western Responds to Campus Rape Culture Crisis: Individualized Responses to a Structural Problem
In this third and final article in the Western sexual assault series, Arthur will delve into the policy changes that Western University has implemented since the alleged O-week incidents, get an expert’s opinion on whether these changes are enough to protect Western’s students, and contextualize this issue as a phenomenon not solely unique to Western, but as an issue that is reflective of Ontario’s campus-wide rape culture crisis.
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