Warning: this episode was written and produced by disturbingly caffeinated people, and it shows.


What we've got for ya:

Haikus about the weather

COVID-19 Update: We try and unpack the COVID youth myth, are young people to blame? or are they being scapegoated?

Walkhome gone AWOL?: An update on Walkhome courtesy of the Centre for Women and Trans People. Send them an email re: your campus safety concerns at trentcwtp@gmail.com.

Peterborough Pride: We chat about an article written by Sarah McNeilly for KawarthaNOW about how the folks at Peterborough Pride have been adapting the festival to an online medium.

Our Dance of Revolution: This film played on September 17th with a live interview and q&a with director Philip Pike, hosted by local activist and Drag artist Sahira. This is a clip from this event!

Opinions: extra spicy.

Trent Film Society Media Recommendations: Madeleine Barberian of the TFS serves up fresh movie recommendations for the second instalment of an ongoing partnership to keep you entertained despite COVID limitations.

Horoscopes: As always, courtesy of @poetastrologers on twitter!

Sponsored by:
Severn Court (October-August)
Theatre Trent 2023/24
Arthur News School of Fish
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Growing Pains
After a hiatus, Growing Pains has returned to bring you two episodes all about student activism at Trent. In Part 1 & 2 we map out Trent’s radical, activist roots and take stock of the changes that have taken place over the past 20 years.
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