Volume 59 Editorial Platform: We Will Clean the Carpets
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Editorial: Arthur Newspaper Endorses Every Candidate in TCSA Election
In the spirit of equity and as part of our mandate to inform our shared membership with the TCSA of their roles in fostering a positive environment for discourse on issues that matter to students both as members of the university community and as citizens of Nogojiwanong/Peterborough; Arthur unequivocally endorses all candidates for the upcoming TCSA elections.
Editorial: We Went to Cleantech Commons So You Don't Have To
Editorial: We Went to Cleantech Commons So You Don't Have To
The Arthur Editors ventured to the site of Trent's clean technology park to get a sense of what might one day be only to discover some beautiful City-built-and-paid-for roads, a few benches, and a roundabout amid a snowy, but doubtlessly shovel-ready, field.
Editorial: Modular Housing Development Marks New Chapter in Peterborough
Editorial: Modular Housing Development Marks New Chapter in Peterborough
On November 16th, the editors of Arthur attended a media tour of the modular home community on Wolfe Street. The changes to the site in the year since we have been visiting and bearing witness to the magnitude of the homelessness crisis facing our community are staggering and bring about a wide range of complex emotions and feelings about what is transpiring.
Happy Birthday, Evangeline Robins
Happy Birthday, Evangeline Robins
By
Evan Robins
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October 31, 2023
Arthur's pre-eminent co-editor reflects on the curious fact of her transition reflecting her time at her most beloved rag.
Editorial: We Went to Cleantech Commons So You Don't Have To
Editorial: We Went to Cleantech Commons So You Don't Have To
The Arthur Editors ventured to the site of Trent's clean technology park to get a sense of what might one day be only to discover some beautiful City-built-and-paid-for roads, a few benches, and a roundabout amid a snowy, but doubtlessly shovel-ready, field.
Editorial: Modular Housing Development Marks New Chapter in Peterborough
Editorial: Modular Housing Development Marks New Chapter in Peterborough
On November 16th, the editors of Arthur attended a media tour of the modular home community on Wolfe Street. The changes to the site in the year since we have been visiting and bearing witness to the magnitude of the homelessness crisis facing our community are staggering and bring about a wide range of complex emotions and feelings about what is transpiring.
Happy Birthday, Evangeline Robins
Happy Birthday, Evangeline Robins
By
Evan Robins
and
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October 31, 2023
Arthur's pre-eminent co-editor reflects on the curious fact of her transition reflecting her time at her most beloved rag.
Head Of The Trent Overshadows National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Sparking Outrage From Students
Head Of The Trent Overshadows National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Sparking Outrage From Students
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Abbigale Kernya
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October 3, 2023
September 30th marks the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Canada. On this same date, Trent University—an institution that famously promotes and profits off of their purported Indigenous inclusivity and education—hosted its annual Head of The Trent Homecoming celebration. 
Editorial: I Don't Want Your "Support"
Editorial: I Don't Want Your "Support"
By
Evan Robins
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October 1, 2023
In the crisp early morning of September 20th, 2023, a group of people congregated outside of City Hall. Despite the sunny weather, the atmosphere was bleak. Attendees appeared bedraggled—demoralized not only by the early time of morning, but equally by the matter at hand. One notable absence, meanwhile, came in the form of the Trent Central Student Association.Whereas many students made the decision of their own conviction to attend, and some professors went so far as to cancel classes and encourage students to attend the counter-protest, the body possessing theoretically the largest potential for mass student mobilization stayed silent on the matter
Editorial: Notes from the Secret Editor
Editorial: Notes from the Secret Editor
By
Abbigale Kernya
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August 11, 2023
As the self-proclaimed secret editor of Arthur who seemingly crawled out of nowhere, it’s high time that I properly introduce myself to my dear Arthurians. For anyone somewhat familiar with this rag, you may be asking yourself, who the f*ck is this Abbigale chick and why is her name spelled like that?
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Editorial: Chasing Our Own Tails
Editorial: Chasing Our Own Tails
By
Evan Robins
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August 11, 2023
So long as Arthur continues to exist, we’ll never run out of dead horses to beat!
An Editorial Update Regarding Bill C-18
An Editorial Update Regarding Bill C-18
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Arthur Newspaper
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August 4, 2023
Our editorial team break their ascetic woodland retreat to bring you important information about Arthur's future following Meta and other Social Media sites' response to the Online News Act.