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Anthony Gulston



Redheaded radio writer that specializes in events coverage, underwater journalism and media news. Listen to his reggae radio program, the Anth co dub-Station on Trent Radio, read his blog, read his work in Absynthe or follow him on Twitter.

Chet Singh Dubbing the Right Thing with a Swing

Occupation Nation is the sixth release from Chet Singh, a foundational member of the local dub, spoken word, and activist communities. He pairs with local dub wise professor Jarett Prescott to create eerie, sick dubs that match the fiercely political content of his poetry. As a Trent alumni, Chet, was active in the 1980’s as […]

Harry Kitchen is Very Bitchin’

Bestowing the virtues of Trent University itself (that of leadership and merging the practical with the academic), Professor Emeritus Harry Kitchen of the Economics department has received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his academic as well as practical contributions in economic municipal structures. According to the Governor General’s website, the medal was […]

“Our Time To Shine” Positioning Panels Draw to a Close

During the final Our Time to Shine positioning panel, staff, alumni, and a student got to speak candidly about what their Trent experience was like at Epitome Pictures in Toronto, home of the Degrassi Community School. Stephen Stohn, a ‘66 Champlain alumni and entertainment lawyer, hosted the panel discussion at his production company’s studio. Mike […]

Anthony P. Gulston’s Editorial Platform

Who I Am For Arthur I have contributed for the past three years to the business, academics, science, life, arts, local, national, international, campus, and politics sections respectively. I even wrote for the short-lived Trent Radio section. Before my time with Arthur I worked as Trent Radio’s Studio B Trainer, then reported for Trent Radio […]

The Solution to Ever-Rising Tuition Fees: Strike?

students cash cowFEATURE

Arguments surrounding tuition are never in favour of higher fees or more debt. So, why do we pay so much and continue to do nothing? Arthur spoke with two students, Joé Dufour et Mathieu Gilbert Thévard, who were part of the Québecois student strike (aka Le Printemps Érable [The Maple Spring]). All translations and interviews […]

How Now Pow Wow? TUNA to hold Pow Wow at Trent, Ka-Pow Wowzers!

jen pow wowFEATURE

The Trent University Native Association (TUNA) has a long history (almost 35 years) of bringing the Pow Wow Trail to Trent, and this year the tradition is being revived. This Saturday, March 16, the TUNA Traditional Pow Wow will be held at Champlain College’s Great Hall, with Grand Entry commencing at 11:30 a.m. Usually a […]

Help the President find a Mandate

The Advisory Committee to Review the Presidency has been struck by the Board of Governors and is in the process of lobbying the Trent community for ideas about what goals they want to see worked toward in the next presidential term. This is part of the committee’s larger goal of formulating a Presidential Mandate for […]

Institutional Positioning is not an Innuendo

In the spirit of President Franklin’s habit of radical public consultation, VP of External Relations and Advancement, Julie Davis, has launched a discussion paper as well as started a conversation with staff, students, alumni and community members about Trent University’s “Institutional Positioning.” As mentioned in Davis’ discussion paper, Positioning is a public relations and communications […]

Dudes Not Rude, Bylaws Reviewed

In an ongoing review process, the City of Peterborough held a public consultation at the Peterborough Public Library on Wednesday, January 30, 2013 about proposed revisions to municipal codes and bylaws concerning active transportation. There was a public consultation in November and revisions were made to the recommended changes based on that process. You can […]

What does Trent have to do with Pink Dolphins?

pinkdolphinfeature

The Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphin was brought to the attention of the scientific community by Trent professor of Biology, John Wang, in 2004. Since then, Trent graduate and undergraduate students have been assisting in studying two populations of pink dolphins in Hong Kong and Taiwan. Trent graduate student of Biology, Jordan Hoffman, who studies the bioacoustic […]

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Anthony Gulston



Redheaded radio writer that specializes in events coverage, underwater journalism and media news. Listen to his reggae radio program, the Anth co dub-Station on Trent Radio, read his blog, read his work in Absynthe or follow him on Twitter.

Redheaded radio writer that specializes in events coverage, underwater journalism and media news. Listen to his reggae radio program, the Anth co dub-Station on Trent Radio, read his blog, read his work in Absynthe or follow him on Twitter.

Chet Singh Dubbing the Right Thing with a Swing

Occupation Nation is the sixth release from Chet Singh, a foundational member of the local dub, spoken word, and activist communities. He pairs with local dub wise professor Jarett Prescott to create eerie, sick dubs that match the fiercely political content of his poetry. As a Trent alumni, Chet, was active in the 1980’s as […]

Harry Kitchen is Very Bitchin’

Bestowing the virtues of Trent University itself (that of leadership and merging the practical with the academic), Professor Emeritus Harry Kitchen of the Economics department has received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his academic as well as practical contributions in economic municipal structures. According to the Governor General’s website, the medal was […]

“Our Time To Shine” Positioning Panels Draw to a Close

During the final Our Time to Shine positioning panel, staff, alumni, and a student got to speak candidly about what their Trent experience was like at Epitome Pictures in Toronto, home of the Degrassi Community School. Stephen Stohn, a ‘66 Champlain alumni and entertainment lawyer, hosted the panel discussion at his production company’s studio. Mike […]

Anthony P. Gulston’s Editorial Platform

Who I Am For Arthur I have contributed for the past three years to the business, academics, science, life, arts, local, national, international, campus, and politics sections respectively. I even wrote for the short-lived Trent Radio section. Before my time with Arthur I worked as Trent Radio’s Studio B Trainer, then reported for Trent Radio […]

The Solution to Ever-Rising Tuition Fees: Strike?

students cash cowFEATURE

Arguments surrounding tuition are never in favour of higher fees or more debt. So, why do we pay so much and continue to do nothing? Arthur spoke with two students, Joé Dufour et Mathieu Gilbert Thévard, who were part of the Québecois student strike (aka Le Printemps Érable [The Maple Spring]). All translations and interviews […]

How Now Pow Wow? TUNA to hold Pow Wow at Trent, Ka-Pow Wowzers!

jen pow wowFEATURE

The Trent University Native Association (TUNA) has a long history (almost 35 years) of bringing the Pow Wow Trail to Trent, and this year the tradition is being revived. This Saturday, March 16, the TUNA Traditional Pow Wow will be held at Champlain College’s Great Hall, with Grand Entry commencing at 11:30 a.m. Usually a […]

Help the President find a Mandate

The Advisory Committee to Review the Presidency has been struck by the Board of Governors and is in the process of lobbying the Trent community for ideas about what goals they want to see worked toward in the next presidential term. This is part of the committee’s larger goal of formulating a Presidential Mandate for […]

Institutional Positioning is not an Innuendo

In the spirit of President Franklin’s habit of radical public consultation, VP of External Relations and Advancement, Julie Davis, has launched a discussion paper as well as started a conversation with staff, students, alumni and community members about Trent University’s “Institutional Positioning.” As mentioned in Davis’ discussion paper, Positioning is a public relations and communications […]

Dudes Not Rude, Bylaws Reviewed

In an ongoing review process, the City of Peterborough held a public consultation at the Peterborough Public Library on Wednesday, January 30, 2013 about proposed revisions to municipal codes and bylaws concerning active transportation. There was a public consultation in November and revisions were made to the recommended changes based on that process. You can […]

What does Trent have to do with Pink Dolphins?

pinkdolphinfeature

The Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphin was brought to the attention of the scientific community by Trent professor of Biology, John Wang, in 2004. Since then, Trent graduate and undergraduate students have been assisting in studying two populations of pink dolphins in Hong Kong and Taiwan. Trent graduate student of Biology, Jordan Hoffman, who studies the bioacoustic […]