Editorial: The Walkable City and Pedestrian Dignity
Arthur Editor-In-Cheif, Bethan Bates, reflects upon the difficulties of getting around Peterborough if you live outside the city centre, depend upon public transit, or walk as a primary means of transportation and explores some solutions to remedy decades of car-centric urban planning.
Editorial: Institutions and Leaders Continue to Fail Us
Co-Editor Sebastian Johnston-Lindsay gives a run-down on the ineffectual leadership on display around the Trent and Peterborough community.
A Semester Abroad: From Trent to Trent
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Tru Van Wyck
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January 25, 2023
Outbound exchange student Tru Van Wyck begins a new column 'A Semester Abroad'. In this column Tru will explore the experience of moving to Nottingham Trent University, England
Editorial: The Walkable City and Pedestrian Dignity
By
Bethan Bates
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December 12, 2022
Arthur Editor-In-Cheif, Bethan Bates, reflects upon the difficulties of getting around Peterborough if you live outside the city centre, depend upon public transit, or walk as a primary means of transportation and explores some solutions to remedy decades of car-centric urban planning.
Editorial: Institutions and Leaders Continue to Fail Us
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Sebastian Johnston-Lindsay
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November 24, 2022
Co-Editor Sebastian Johnston-Lindsay gives a run-down on the ineffectual leadership on display around the Trent and Peterborough community.
Editorial: Things I Have Learnt
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Bethan Bates
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November 2, 2022
Recent graduate, editor Bethan Bates, has a quarter-life crisis about things she has learnt since leaving education six months ago.
Self-proclaimed foodie Angela Slater-Meadows reviews Osmow's Shawarma, a Mediterranean fast casual chain. She rates the restaurant in three key areas: food quality, restaurant quality, and service quality with a maximum rating of 3/3.
This opinion piece sees Bethan Bates channel generations worth of anti-royal rage in this piece on the recent passing of Queen Elizabeth II.