Editor’s pick: Dreams of Beans should be your go to this summer

Everyone knows of Dreams of Beans, the beautiful cafe and coffee bean dispensary that sells homemade pastries such as the famous spinach and feta boureka. This was one of our favourite study spots as students, and is still a space where we enjoy having writing dates. The comfortable lighting, exposed brick and plentiful local artwork […]

Column: “The Language of Monogamy”

This column is an ongoing project. I welcome submissions from everyone and anyone. The space can be used for written texts and artistic creations on the subject of language and relationships, particularly compulsory monogamy. Written submissions can be up to 250 words and artistic creations sent in .jpg format to troybordun@trentu.ca. Past columns can be […]

Neoliberalism in activism

It seems as if grassroots activism has recently become more popular, and more accessible than ever. In addition to the ever-increasing number of grassroots organizations, communities have scaled down to the microcosmic level in holding each other, and themselves, accountable for oppressive language, ideas and behaviours. In many radical communities, this extends to becoming accountable […]

Editorial: reflecting on it all

Just over a year ago, I wrote my first editorial for Arthur. I was flushed with excitement, surprise, and a certain apprehension of what was to come. It’s been one hell of a ride. In that first editorial, I wrote about how I often fantasized about being Rory Gilmore as young person. For those who […]

Editor’s pick: Dreams of Beans should be your go to this summer

Everyone knows of Dreams of Beans, the beautiful cafe and coffee bean dispensary that sells homemade pastries such as the famous spinach and feta boureka. This was one of our favourite study spots as students, and is still a space where we enjoy having writing dates. The comfortable lighting, exposed brick and plentiful local artwork […]

Column: “The Language of Monogamy”

This column is an ongoing project. I welcome submissions from everyone and anyone. The space can be used for written texts and artistic creations on the subject of language and relationships, particularly compulsory monogamy. Written submissions can be up to 250 words and artistic creations sent in .jpg format to troybordun@trentu.ca. Past columns can be […]

Neoliberalism in activism

It seems as if grassroots activism has recently become more popular, and more accessible than ever. In addition to the ever-increasing number of grassroots organizations, communities have scaled down to the microcosmic level in holding each other, and themselves, accountable for oppressive language, ideas and behaviours. In many radical communities, this extends to becoming accountable […]

Editorial: reflecting on it all

Just over a year ago, I wrote my first editorial for Arthur. I was flushed with excitement, surprise, and a certain apprehension of what was to come. It’s been one hell of a ride. In that first editorial, I wrote about how I often fantasized about being Rory Gilmore as young person. For those who […]