Arthur Newspaper: Volume 58

Council Receives Updates on Accessibility, Community Health Centre, Long Term Care, and the Fate of Service Peterborough
Accessibility, health care, and ease of access to services were top of mind during June 3rd General Committee.
Long Live Weird Women
Following the discovery of Sylvia Plath and Mona Awad that forever changed her life, Arthur co-editor Abbigale Kernya opens up in a vulnerable journey detailing her affinity for weird women in literature and why, against her better judgement, she has decided to re-read the best-selling fantasy series "A Court of Thorns and Roses."
Trent Will Not Clear Bridge Memorial in Advance of Convocation
Convocation season is upon us and many students set to graduate across Canada will be doing so as encampments and protests persist on their campuses.
Radio Free Arthur
Happy Tortured Poets Department release day to all who celebrate! Having listened to all two hours of the extended "Anthology" edition of this most recent emission from the Queen of jet-setting herself the editors get down and dirty in the lyrical content of the album.
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