Student Guide to Thrift Shopping in Nogojiwanong
: Emi Habel takes you through the thrift shops of town. The good, the medium, and the not so good. Read on to learn the ins and outs of affordable garments, housewares, odds and ends including information on pricing, inventory, and accessibility.
Meet Peterborough’s Inaugural Poet Laureate, Sarah Lewis
Spoken word artist Sarah Lewis is an Anishnaabe Kwe (Ojibwe/Cree) artist from Curve Lake who was selected as Peterborough's first ever Poet Laureate this September. In this piece, Irene dives into who Sarah Lewis is, what her writing is all about and what inspires her as a writer, mother and activist.
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Peterborough's Official Plan: Shaping Your Home for Decades to ComePeterborough's Official Plan: Shaping Your Home for Decades to Come
Peterborough's Official Plan: Shaping Your Home for Decades to Come
In this article, Rob Gibson covers the final Open House in the consultation process for Peterborough's Official Plan. He delves into what community members are saying about the environmental implications of the plan: wetland buffers, urban density, green buildings, affordable housing -- find out where the City stands, and where we're headed.
Building a Community That Feeds Itself: PTBO's 1st Community FridgeBuilding a Community That Feeds Itself: PTBO's 1st Community Fridge
Building a Community That Feeds Itself: PTBO's 1st Community Fridge
Meet the collective who built a community fridge to help relieve food insecurity in Nogojiwanong-Peterborough earlier this September and find out how you can get involved! Broke and hungry students, this one’s for you.
More Students, Less HousingMore Students, Less Housing
More Students, Less Housing
With the pandemic being a catalyst for disaster, community members, international and domestic students all scramble to find affordable housing in the battleground that the real estate market has become. In this article, Irene dives into the journey of incoming international and domestic students through the rental market, providing both first hand experiences and thoughts on the issue.
Memory, Decay and Nostalgia in Home Movies: A Screening by Canadian Images in ConversationMemory, Decay and Nostalgia in Home Movies: A Screening by Canadian Images in Conversation
Memory, Decay and Nostalgia in Home Movies: A Screening by Canadian Images in Conversation
In this article ReFrame intern Katy Catchpole reviews their screening 'Mining (And Manipulating) The Home Movie,' curated by Trent alum, Madison More. The screening examines how home movies and their nostalgia distort memory and shape family narratives.
Levy Groups Face Cuts to Funding for Student JobsLevy Groups Face Cuts to Funding for Student Jobs
Levy Groups Face Cuts to Funding for Student Jobs
In this article, Nick Taylor investigates changes made to the Trent Work Study Program (TWSP) that resulted in many levy groups receiving far less funding than usual. Jill Staveley from Trent Radio, and Matt Jarvis from Sadleir House explain why this funding matters, and how it affects the levy community and the culture at Trent.
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