Editorial: A Beginner's Guide To City Council
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Abbigale Kernya
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May 29, 2023
I have been fortunate enough to make my grand debut at City Hall alongside Arthur’s Editor-In-Chief and City Hall regular, Sebastian-Johnston Lindsay on May 8th, where I willingly dove head first into a municipal pit of snakes to witness the unfolding of what can only be described as a middle school fight over who gets to kick the ball at recess. 
Editorial: Remember What You Read
A newspaper doesn’t exist to pacify the feelings of a community or those elected to do a certain job. Threatening student jobs and making student journalists feel unsafe on their own campus for doing their job is not equivalent to having an article written about a policy decision you or your friend implemented, protest(s) you failed to execute, or meeting(s) you failed to attend.
Editorial: News Media in the Age of Information
This is what the free press is all about. The chance for everyone to voice their opinions whether you like it or not. Here at Arthur, we place few limitations on the content our staff and contributors produce because this is the voice of campus and you are the people providing that voice. 
Closure of Minden ER Signals More Sinister Acts Ahead for Ford Government
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Sebastian Johnston-Lindsay
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June 2, 2023
The closure, which was announced in April, left just six weeks for residents of Minden and the surrounding municipalities to adjust to the fact that they would be losing access to a key part of their healthcare system.
Editorial: Remember What You Read
By
Sebastian Johnston-Lindsay
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April 19, 2023
A newspaper doesn’t exist to pacify the feelings of a community or those elected to do a certain job. Threatening student jobs and making student journalists feel unsafe on their own campus for doing their job is not equivalent to having an article written about a policy decision you or your friend implemented, protest(s) you failed to execute, or meeting(s) you failed to attend.
Editorial: News Media in the Age of Information
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Bethan Bates
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March 22, 2023
This is what the free press is all about. The chance for everyone to voice their opinions whether you like it or not. Here at Arthur, we place few limitations on the content our staff and contributors produce because this is the voice of campus and you are the people providing that voice. 
Someone is Trying to Silence You
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Arthur Newspaper
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February 25, 2023
A message from our Editors and Board of Directors concerning a recent disinformation campaign to make Arthur's levy refundable perpetuated by anonymous members of the Trent community. Democracy isn't democracy if it is based on lies.
Following a chance incident during a snowstorm, Daniel Morris contemplates how we ascribe intent to others and suggests a new way to extend the benefit of the doubt.
The romanticized abuse by male characters in modern-day literature is, to say the least, icky (Colleen Hoover, I am looking directly at you). Without coming across as another pretentious English major who doesn’t know how to stop acting like they’re better than everyone else, I do wholeheartedly believe that we as a collective society need to start thinking more critically about what we consume and more importantly, how we promote it.
Today's music is created with the intent to sell, not influence. The songs today’s music industry classifies as latest hits are songs that lack quality, density, and abandon what it means to produce authentic and genuine music. Due to the unlimited access we now have to music as well as production through media, releasing music today requires a significantly lower degree of talent than ever before. This has a drastic effect on the music industry and what is considered popular today, and significantly influences how artists now approach releasing new music.