A Conversation with Dene Artist Antoine Mountain: Art, Resilience and Healing
A Conversation with Dene Artist Antoine Mountain: Art, Resilience and Healing
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Irene Suvillaga
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September 30, 2022
Irene Suvillaga interviews Dene artist and author Antoine Mountain about his life, art, and book "From Bear Rock Mountain". He speaks about his artistic process and how it stemmed from his time in a residential school.
How To (Actually) Be Sustainable On A(n Actual) Budget, Actually
How To (Actually) Be Sustainable On A(n Actual) Budget, Actually
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Bethan Bates
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September 21, 2022
Bethan attempts to provide sustainability information on a budget, a task oft undertaken before her. Also know as: an Ode to the Seasoned Spoon
An International Student’s Guide To Travelling Canada
An International Student’s Guide To Travelling Canada
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Bethan Bates
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September 7, 2022
Bethan explores the best ways to travel Canada as an international student, including top tips for saving money and making the most of a long weekend, even including a ranking of some of her favourite locations.
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Searching for Mental Health Resources as a Trent Student
Searching for Mental Health Resources as a Trent Student
By
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
Exploring Historic Peterborough
By
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?
What's The Deal With Truth, Justice, and The American Way?
By
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?
Searching for Mental Health Resources as a Trent Student
Searching for Mental Health Resources as a Trent Student
By
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
Exploring Historic Peterborough
By
Lauryn Sloos
and
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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?
What's The Deal With Truth, Justice, and The American Way?
By
Varun Biddanda
and
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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?
War of the Apes
War of the Apes
By
Varun Biddanda
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October 22, 2021
During her studies in Tanzania, world-renowned ethologist Dr. Jane Goodall made a chilling discovery - War is so deeply ingrained in us, that it evolved even before we were human. Chimpanzee factions in the jungles of Gombe engage in a form of conflict strikingly similar to what we define as war. What does this say about humanity's future?
Respectability, Harassment, and the Fight to be Trans Online with Autogyniphiles_Anonymous
Respectability, Harassment, and the Fight to be Trans Online with Autogyniphiles_Anonymous
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Evan Robins
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July 22, 2021
Following a trying targeted harassment campaign and a number of changes to algorithms used by Instagram and Facebook causing accounts run by trans creators to suddenly face deletion, Evan Robins sits down with Autogyniphiles_Anonymous' Arendt Admin to talk content moderation, respectability, and how to stop queer spaces online from becoming the targets of hate groups and corporate policing.
Private Server, Lonely World
Private Server, Lonely World
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Dante Pettapiece
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April 15, 2021
In his most recent non-fiction story, Dante Pettapiece recounts an online encounter with a Penguin, the avatar of a self-proclaimed shut-in from Hong Kong. Pettapiece weaves web worlds, long nights, and the elusive question of democracy into this story about confronting someone for whom the new norm of “quarantine” is typical.
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Femmephobia: Q&A with Dr. Rhea Ashley Hoskin
Femmephobia: Q&A with Dr. Rhea Ashley Hoskin
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Aras Mommertz
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March 23, 2021
In this article, Aras Mommertz interviews Dr. Rhea Ashley Hoskin about her research on gender roles, hegemonic femininity, and how society values feminine-presenting people. They discuss how everyone is affected by femmephobia and how it is engrained into the dominant culture to devalue and police those who are femme.
Femmephobia: What’s the Impact?
Femmephobia: What’s the Impact?
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Aras Mommertz
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March 23, 2021
Through this article, we discuss how everyone is affected by femmephobia and how it is engrained into the dominant culture to devalue and police those who are femme. With a specific focus on the 2SLGBTQ++ community, this article hopes to inform the general public on how to be more intersectional, understand micro-aggressions and create a discussion on how we conduct ourselves in society.