TCSA Women’s Issues Commissioner addresses Premier Kathleen Wynne regarding sexual violence on campus

premier-and-students

A board member from the Trent Central Student Association (TCSA) met with Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne last week to discuss the issue of sexual assault and sexual harassment on college and university campuses in Ontario. Betty Wondimu, the TCSA Women’s Issues Commissioner, was specifically selected by the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) to represent not […]

Trent professor helps find missing link in climate assessment

A new Trent study suggests that there is a correlation between human activity and the amount of old carbons being dumped in the Earth’s rivers, showing correlation between areas with high population densities and land use as associated with humans. The study, titled “Increased mobilization of aged carbon to rivers by human disturbance”, links the […]

Highlights from the first TCSA Board of Directors meeting of 2015

The following are briefs from the Trent Central Student Association (TCSA) Board of Directors meeting held on January 11, 2015, the first meeting of the new year. Exam packages a success After welcoming the board back to Trent for the new semester, TCSA President Braden Freer discussed the success of the exam care packages in […]

Below is Sustainable Trent’s faculty open letter for divestment, which garnered over 30 signatures

An Open Letter to Trent President Leo Groarke and Board of Governors, Climate change is a very real and serious issue; extreme weather events, rising sea levels, crop failures, fresh water shortages, ocean acidification and species extinction are all examples of this. To avoid the worst impacts of climate change we need to make the […]

TCSA Women’s Issues Commissioner addresses Premier Kathleen Wynne regarding sexual violence on campus

premier-and-students

A board member from the Trent Central Student Association (TCSA) met with Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne last week to discuss the issue of sexual assault and sexual harassment on college and university campuses in Ontario. Betty Wondimu, the TCSA Women’s Issues Commissioner, was specifically selected by the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) to represent not […]

Trent professor helps find missing link in climate assessment

A new Trent study suggests that there is a correlation between human activity and the amount of old carbons being dumped in the Earth’s rivers, showing correlation between areas with high population densities and land use as associated with humans. The study, titled “Increased mobilization of aged carbon to rivers by human disturbance”, links the […]

Highlights from the first TCSA Board of Directors meeting of 2015

The following are briefs from the Trent Central Student Association (TCSA) Board of Directors meeting held on January 11, 2015, the first meeting of the new year. Exam packages a success After welcoming the board back to Trent for the new semester, TCSA President Braden Freer discussed the success of the exam care packages in […]

Below is Sustainable Trent’s faculty open letter for divestment, which garnered over 30 signatures

An Open Letter to Trent President Leo Groarke and Board of Governors, Climate change is a very real and serious issue; extreme weather events, rising sea levels, crop failures, fresh water shortages, ocean acidification and species extinction are all examples of this. To avoid the worst impacts of climate change we need to make the […]