Be A Goldfish: How Ted Lasso is Changing the Game for Male Mental Health in Television
Bethan Bates reviews ‘Ted Lasso,’ a TV series starring Jason Sudeikis, Hannah Waddingham, and Juno Temple about an American football coach who moves to London to coach a Premier League (British) football team.
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March 28, 2022
A Review of Encanto: The Magic of Healing Intergenerational Trauma
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Cheyenne Wood
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February 24, 2022
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.
The Trent Film Society Presents: Circus Boy, with director Q&A
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December 10, 2021
After a pandemic-induced hiatus, the Trent Film Society is back! Their first screening of the year is Circus Boy, a short documentary film by director and documentarian Lester Alfonso. This film will be screened at Bangnani Hall, on Traill Campus, December 11 at 4pm.
Bubbe's Tapes at Precarious Festival
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Katie Pedlar
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December 8, 2021
Katie Pedlar reports on this year’s Precarious Festival at The Theatre on King, a performing arts festival that fosters a space where art is safe from corporate models. Among the exciting new performances is Jon Hedderwick’s one-man show, Bubbe’s Tapes.
Searching for Mental Health Resources as a Trent Student
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Emi Habel
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April 4, 2022
Searching for mental healthcare as a Trent student can feel like you’ve been blindfolded, spun around, shoved into the Wildlife Sanctuary and told to find your way out. While the university advertises their services on their website, navigating them without prior experience can feel confusing and overwhelming. In this guide, Emi explores resources and healthcare benefits offered to students within and outside of Trent including resources serving BIPOC and 2SLGBTQ+ folks specifically.
Exploring Historic Peterborough
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Lauryn Sloos
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March 7, 2022
Lauryn Sloos dives into the illuminating past of key buildings in downtown Peterborough. Drawing from 'Historical Sketches of Peterborough' by Martha Ann Kidd with sketches by Louis Taylor, Lauryn examines the storied past of these buildings, and what has become of them.
What's The Deal With Truth, Justice, and The American Way?
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Varun Biddanda
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November 20, 2021
While comic book culture may be more popular than ever, this popularity stems from TV and movies, not comic books. So what's the big thing that got everyone talking about Superman comic books last month? And why are nerds so darn mad about it?