International Students

Fleming College Students Speak Out Against Recent Program Suspensions
On May 7th, students from Fleming College’s Frost Campus in Lindsay presented a deputation at the City of Kawartha Lakes Committee Meeting of the Whole to urge council to “look for a resolution to keep these important programs at the college’s Lindsay-based Frost Campus, and for the public to put pressure on the college for a reversal of their decision.”
Holiday Blues
It’s the 25th of December, and I am curled up in my apartment watching old episodes of Vanderpump Rules cringing hard at the television screen. This year, I am spending Christmas alone and it’s an experience (an isolating drab one). Being an international student living in Canada, one of the cons includes not having your family with you during holidays and missing out on family rituals.
Trent's Enrolment Goals, Financial Outlook at Odds With Federal Cap on International Student Study Permits
On January 22nd, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, Marc Miller announced that the Trudeau government would begin capping the number of study visas for incoming international students. As Trent depends heavily on international student enrolment growth for
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.
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