An intimate account of the Octagon Expedition with Stephanie Rayner

When I first sat down to write this article, I was admittedly speechless thinking back to the talk that I was fortunate enough to attend hosted by Canadian artist and world traveler, Stephanie Rayner. Rayner goes down in Trent history as the first artistic recipient of the Ashley Fellow award for her piece “Yelth” inspired […]

Jack Matthews Fellow: an interview with Dalal Al-Waheidi

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Arthur spoke with Dalal Al-Waheidi, one of Canada’s 100 most influential women, the Executive Director of Global We Day at Free The Children, a Trent and United World College alumnus, and this year’s Jack Matthews Fellow. How was your time at a United World College significant to your experience and why are United World Colleges […]

Draw a monster while rockin’ out to 1960’s music

Principal of Catharine Parr Traill College, Dr. Michael Eamon, has expanded Trent University’s Continuing Education classes. Dr. Eamon’s initiative, continuing from successful runs since Spring 2014, is a series of evening classes for lifelong learners. The classes are open to anyone of any age and education level. Dr. Eamon stresses that this is a “choose […]

Book Launch: Ancient Spirit Rising by Pegi Eyers

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Drawing on cultural studies and contemporary social justice, the new book Ancient Spirit Rising: Reclaiming Your Roots & Restoring Earth Community by independent scholar and social critic Pegi Eyers (Peterborough) offers strategies for intercultural competency, healing our relationships with Turtle Island First Nations, decolonization, rewilding, restoring an ecocentric worldview, returning to the Old Ways, creating […]

An intimate account of the Octagon Expedition with Stephanie Rayner

When I first sat down to write this article, I was admittedly speechless thinking back to the talk that I was fortunate enough to attend hosted by Canadian artist and world traveler, Stephanie Rayner. Rayner goes down in Trent history as the first artistic recipient of the Ashley Fellow award for her piece “Yelth” inspired […]

Jack Matthews Fellow: an interview with Dalal Al-Waheidi

dalal

Arthur spoke with Dalal Al-Waheidi, one of Canada’s 100 most influential women, the Executive Director of Global We Day at Free The Children, a Trent and United World College alumnus, and this year’s Jack Matthews Fellow. How was your time at a United World College significant to your experience and why are United World Colleges […]

Draw a monster while rockin’ out to 1960’s music

Principal of Catharine Parr Traill College, Dr. Michael Eamon, has expanded Trent University’s Continuing Education classes. Dr. Eamon’s initiative, continuing from successful runs since Spring 2014, is a series of evening classes for lifelong learners. The classes are open to anyone of any age and education level. Dr. Eamon stresses that this is a “choose […]

Book Launch: Ancient Spirit Rising by Pegi Eyers

Ancient Spirit Rising 1

Drawing on cultural studies and contemporary social justice, the new book Ancient Spirit Rising: Reclaiming Your Roots & Restoring Earth Community by independent scholar and social critic Pegi Eyers (Peterborough) offers strategies for intercultural competency, healing our relationships with Turtle Island First Nations, decolonization, rewilding, restoring an ecocentric worldview, returning to the Old Ways, creating […]