Editorial: A Long Staycation
By
Evan Robins
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June 4, 2024
Every summer implies the frigidity of its ending—just make sure to quote me on that in your Instagram captions.
Volume 59 Editorial Platform: We Will Clean the Carpets
Put your vote behind a team who have proven themselves to be polysecure.
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.
TCSA's Disregard for BDS Measures Against Israel Ignites Student Backlash
By
Chukwugoziem Nwadugbo
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November 22, 2023
A few weeks back, the TCSA was handing out free breakfast sandwiches and bagels from McDonalds, an action students were repulsed by given many people are actively boycotting is McDonalds due to its support of the Israeli occupation of Gaza.
Volume 59 Editorial Platform: We Will Clean the Carpets
Put your vote behind a team who have proven themselves to be polysecure.
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
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.
The Kawartha World Issues Centre (KWIC) has been working consistently over the past eight years to create programming that aligns with the goals made in 2015 starting with our SDG forums and reports where we 120 participants identified five local key priority action areas for Nogojiwanong/Peterborough. As 2030 approaches we are committed to continuing education on the SDGs through our in-school workshops to almost 2000 students, our gender equality projects, and our new program entitled Returning to Mother Earth.
October Is considered women history month and this year’s theme favors an intersectional outlook. However, without a lot of the populace aware of this celebration, its effectiveness at spreading awareness is called into question. Evidently, the government did not do enough to celebrate women, address their unique challenges, and highlight their achievements.
If you have ever wondered how the world allowed the Holocaust to happen, pay close attention to the silence today. The State of Israel is committing a genocide in Gaza, having killed about 5,791 Palestinians, displacing a further 1.4 million Palestinians, and bombing hospitals, bakeries and places of worship.