Trent Graduating Students Raise Awareness for Palestine During Convocation
On June 5th, some graduating students at Trent University crossed the convocation stage wearing keffiyehs and holding banners to raise awareness of the ongoing genocide and scholasticide in the Palestinian Gaza Strip.
Trent President Leo Groarke Addresses Pro-Palestinian Campus Encampments
During the May 10th Trent Board of Governors meeting, President Leo Groarke addressed ongoing pro-Palestinian campus protests across Canada and the United States.
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"Setting the new standard": Advocacy Group Support Our Science Celebrates Wins in Federal Budget"Setting the new standard": Advocacy Group Support Our Science Celebrates Wins in Federal Budget
"Setting the new standard": Advocacy Group Support Our Science Celebrates Wins in Federal Budget
The grassroots movement Support Our Science is celebrating a win following the announcement of increased funding for graduate and post-doctoral scholarships from the Federal government in Budget 2024. While this is a positive step forward some say that more work needs to be done to support every student at Canadian institutions.
Peterborough Gathers in Support of RafahPeterborough Gathers in Support of Rafah
Peterborough Gathers in Support of Rafah
Peterborough residents gathered in Confederation Square in protest of the Israeli occupation of Palestine and Canada's complicity in it.
Trent's Enrolment Goals, Financial Outlook at Odds With Federal Cap on International Student Study PermitsTrent's Enrolment Goals, Financial Outlook at Odds With Federal Cap on International Student Study Permits
Trent's Enrolment Goals, Financial Outlook at Odds With Federal Cap on International Student Study Permits
On January 22nd, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, Marc Miller announced that the Trudeau government would begin capping the number of study visas for incoming international students. As Trent depends heavily on international student enrolment growth for
In Memoriam: Rest in Piss, HarryIn Memoriam: Rest in Piss, Harry
In Memoriam: Rest in Piss, Harry
At long last, the bastard has bit the bucket. On November 29th, 2023, the architect of American imperialism drew his last miserable breath. Henry Kissinger, former Secretary of State, Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, and prolific and unrepentant war criminal, died at the age of 100.
The Anishinaabe vs. the Crown: Fashioning a Just Award in the Robinson Superior Treaty Annuity CaseThe Anishinaabe vs. the Crown: Fashioning a Just Award in the Robinson Superior Treaty Annuity Case
The Anishinaabe vs. the Crown: Fashioning a Just Award in the Robinson Superior Treaty Annuity Case
Stage 3 of the Robinson Superior Treaty annuity case took place at the Supreme Court of Canada on November 7th and 8th. The 3rd phase in a case must quantify the compensation for the Robinson Superior Treaty beneficiaries for the breach of treaty that took place. The Crown and the plaintiffs take conflicting views in the matter and provide a drastically large difference in final calculations for a just award. 
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