Radio Free Arthur
This week, the editors have a big announcement. Thanks to Bill C-18, Arthur's hiring policies have been revamped and starting next volume, all applications and expressions of interest must be made through the paper's Bumble Bizz profile.
Radio Free Arthur
Co-Editors Abbigale Kernya and Evan Robins stand witness to the proverbial crash course of Trent University in this Sebastian-lite episode, examining the ongoing fallout of the International student visa cap.
Currents x Arthur - Budget Week 2024
The City of Peterborough has a Budget! Council adopted the 2024 City Budget during a meeting on December 11th which includes a property tax rate increase of 7% - down from 9.59% in the original draft budget proposed by City Staff.
Currents x Arthur - Budget Week 2024
Produced by
Will Pearson
 ,
Brett Throop
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Why does a major street with three schools nearby not have sidewalks to begin with? Can the city really not afford to build one? And what does all of this say about the way Peterborough has been developing in recent decades?
Peterborough Politics Podcast
Episode 11! We talked about the STIGMA that seeps from the pores of Conservative MPP Dave Smith as well as Police spending $185,505 (plus annual operations costs) to install 12 CCTV cameras in Peterborough's downtown, plus much more!
Peterborough Politics Podcast
Episode 10! Our big topic this week was Peterborough City Council voted down the move to have city staff undergo life-saving Naloxone training. We also expressed general frustrations with the lack of vision and direction for the city.
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.
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.
Bread: Culture Politics and Practice
Produced by
Nicole Burton
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For various reasons—social isolation, quarantining, fear of food shortages, boredom, social media—the COVID-19 pandemic has sparked a dramatic increase in sourdough breadmaking. While this is something to be celebrated, the phenomena also calls for closer scrutiny.
Black Girls Chatter
In this episode Shaela and Alicia dive into the history of carding in Canada, and how Doug Fords latest announcement on April 16th affects the BIPOC community.
Black Girls Chatter
Alicia and Shae share their stories transitioning to natural hair. They cover the different hair types and the history of the natural hair movement.
What's the Point?
This week on What's the Point?! interview this years candidates running in the TCSA Spring Elections! We start with a quick primer on what the TCSA is and what has been up in the past few years. Listen in to get the tea on how to vote in this year's elections.
What's the Point?
This week on What's the Point?! we switch things up and give you an episode that is nothing but FUN! Nick gets candid with the inaugural Champion of Canada's Drag Race, PRIYANKA! They talk about everything from Priyanka's origin story and the Toronto drag scene, to her best and worst moments on Drag Race and what winning meant to her.
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