I Stopped Taking Photos: Reflecting ‘Living in the Moment’ in the Digital Age
I Stopped Taking Photos: Reflecting ‘Living in the Moment’ in the Digital Age
By
Abbigail Lewis-Maher
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April 10, 2024
As I went to create my March dump for my Instagram story, I realized something: Other than screenshots regarding my mobile game addiction and things I might buy online, I literally had no photos to reflect the last month of my life. 
Exploring Peterborough's Local Architecture
Exploring Peterborough's Local Architecture
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Magali Nichol
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April 9, 2024
Athens, Florence, Budapest, and Rome are just a few places that are known for their iconic architecture. However, none of these compare to the renowned architectural masterpieces of the Electric City: Peterborough, Ontario! 
An Interview with Neurodiverse Professor Dr. Katrina Keefer
An Interview with Neurodiverse Professor Dr. Katrina Keefer
By
Ian Vansegbrook
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March 2, 2024
In the first instalment of his column interviewing neurodiverse academics, staff writer Ian Vansegbrook profiles swordfighter and polymath Dr. Katrina Keefer, who discusses her experiences in grad school while having ADHD.
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Dancing on my own in Celeste 64
Dancing on my own in Celeste 64
By
Evan Robins
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February 14, 2024
Having recently discovered that her favourite game of all time received a 3D platformer spin-off/remake, Arthur editor Evan Robins reminisces on the impact one little indie game about a girl climbing a mountain has had on her life, and muses in typically indulgent fashion on the futurity of endings.
Holiday Blues
Holiday Blues
By
Chukwugoziem Nwadugbo
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January 25, 2024
It’s the 25th of December, and I am curled up in my apartment watching old episodes of Vanderpump Rules cringing hard at the television screen. This year, I am spending Christmas alone and it’s an experience (an isolating drab one). Being an international student living in Canada, one of the cons includes not having your family with you during holidays and missing out on family rituals.
“What’s Soup With Food Insecurity?”: A Cooking Class and Workshop at the Seasoned Spoon
“What’s Soup With Food Insecurity?”: A Cooking Class and Workshop at the Seasoned Spoon
By
Magali Nichol
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November 17, 2023
ood insecurity is not an unfamiliar topic, especially for students. This has many people asking “What’s Soup With Food Insecurity?”. The Seasoned Spoon and TCSA hosted a collaborative event by this name on Monday November 13th. The event included a cooking class and workshop surrounding the matter.
Dancing on my own in Celeste 64
Dancing on my own in Celeste 64
By
Evan Robins
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February 14, 2024
Having recently discovered that her favourite game of all time received a 3D platformer spin-off/remake, Arthur editor Evan Robins reminisces on the impact one little indie game about a girl climbing a mountain has had on her life, and muses in typically indulgent fashion on the futurity of endings.
Holiday Blues
Holiday Blues
By
Chukwugoziem Nwadugbo
and
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January 25, 2024
It’s the 25th of December, and I am curled up in my apartment watching old episodes of Vanderpump Rules cringing hard at the television screen. This year, I am spending Christmas alone and it’s an experience (an isolating drab one). Being an international student living in Canada, one of the cons includes not having your family with you during holidays and missing out on family rituals.
“What’s Soup With Food Insecurity?”: A Cooking Class and Workshop at the Seasoned Spoon
“What’s Soup With Food Insecurity?”: A Cooking Class and Workshop at the Seasoned Spoon
By
Magali Nichol
and
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November 17, 2023
ood insecurity is not an unfamiliar topic, especially for students. This has many people asking “What’s Soup With Food Insecurity?”. The Seasoned Spoon and TCSA hosted a collaborative event by this name on Monday November 13th. The event included a cooking class and workshop surrounding the matter.
Everything is Haunted: Take Cover Books Hosts Halloweekend Horror Panel
Everything is Haunted: Take Cover Books Hosts Halloweekend Horror Panel
By
David King
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November 3, 2023
On October 28th, Take Cover Books hosted the live event Haunted Houses & Primeval Woods featuring horror authors Ian Rogers and Richard Gavin. The authors discussed their respective methodologies and appreciation of the supernatural, before moving into a question and answer period, readings,, and a book signing.
Connections of Camp: An Interview with Jory Elliott from Borealis Adventure Camp
Connections of Camp: An Interview with Jory Elliott from Borealis Adventure Camp
By
Allen Barnier
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November 3, 2023
A discussion of all things summer camp with Jory Elliot, founder and director of Kawartha region’s Borealis Adventure Camp, a new lakefront wilderness camp experience opening in 2024.
The Dream of a Dead College Part 2: Astrology for Dummies
The Dream of a Dead College Part 2: Astrology for Dummies
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Evan Robins
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October 19, 2023
In the second part of an ongoing series, co-editor Evan Robins narrates the origins of Trent University's college system and its significance for the culture at the nascent university.
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The Dream of a Dead College Part 1: The Haunting of Sadleir House
The Dream of a Dead College Part 1: The Haunting of Sadleir House
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Evan Robins
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October 18, 2023
Co-editor Evan Robins presents the first part of The Dream of a Dead College, a project to chronicle—over the course of this volume—the history of the college system, the culture of Peter Robinson College itself, the controversy surrounding its sale and closure, the legacy it left and attempts to repatriate the college by the student body thereafter.
App Integrations and Online Personality Curation
App Integrations and Online Personality Curation
By
Evan Robins
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September 11, 2023
Having made her triumphant return to the dating app Tinder (don't ask), co-editor Evan Robins lists her many grievances with this terrible but monolithic dating app, and using this as a means to frame our tendency to tailor our personalities on different platforms, and how one particular streaming service seeks to reinforce exactly that.