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Intimacy is a bridge to the past for individuals with Alzheimer’s

The experiences of sexuality and intimacy among persons diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) will finally be understood first hand from persons coping with the disease themselves, said Trent University post-doctoral fellow Dr. Linn Sandberg. “Later life sexuality must be understood from a broader perspective on intimacy, rather than narrow focus on intercourse,” she said while […]

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Writer’s Reading: A double dose to close the year

Photo by Jenny Fisher The Trent Writer’s Reading Series wrapped up its season at Scott House at Traill College last Wednesday with two local writers, Michelle Berry and Jonathan Bennett. Being old friends, Bennett credits Berry with convincing him to come to Peterborough. The community braved the snow and cold weather to fill Scott House […]

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Writers’ Society to run workshop

Aspiring writers at Trent (and in the local community as a whole) may be excited to know that thanks to the Trent Writer’s Society, an opportunity may be available next semester to take a 12 week (non-credit) workshop with a professional writer for only $140 (about $12 a week). The course would be run by […]

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Deliberating Dissent lecture gives a lesson in political action

On November 17, Dr. Barbara Falk of the Royal Military College of Canada gave a public lecture entitled, “Deliberating Dissent: From Fighting Words to Radical Action”. It was an introduction to dissent as a mode of political engagement and the historical legacy of dissent. It addressed five questions: 1) What is dissent? 2) What is […]

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Intimacy is a bridge to the past for individuals with Alzheimer’s

The experiences of sexuality and intimacy among persons diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) will finally be understood first hand from persons coping with the disease themselves, said Trent University post-doctoral fellow Dr. Linn Sandberg. “Later life sexuality must be understood from a broader perspective on intimacy, rather than narrow focus on intercourse,” she said while […]

   Campus

Writer’s Reading: A double dose to close the year

Photo by Jenny Fisher The Trent Writer’s Reading Series wrapped up its season at Scott House at Traill College last Wednesday with two local writers, Michelle Berry and Jonathan Bennett. Being old friends, Bennett credits Berry with convincing him to come to Peterborough. The community braved the snow and cold weather to fill Scott House […]

   Campus

Writers’ Society to run workshop

Aspiring writers at Trent (and in the local community as a whole) may be excited to know that thanks to the Trent Writer’s Society, an opportunity may be available next semester to take a 12 week (non-credit) workshop with a professional writer for only $140 (about $12 a week). The course would be run by […]

   Campus

Deliberating Dissent lecture gives a lesson in political action

On November 17, Dr. Barbara Falk of the Royal Military College of Canada gave a public lecture entitled, “Deliberating Dissent: From Fighting Words to Radical Action”. It was an introduction to dissent as a mode of political engagement and the historical legacy of dissent. It addressed five questions: 1) What is dissent? 2) What is […]

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