Arthur is Hiring!

Things Everyone Needs To Know Our goal is to produce a weekly newspaper that gives informative, interesting and accurate accounts of events and issues relevant to Trent students. Arthur has an anti-oppressive mandate. This means we seek to participate in redressing historic injustices and oppressions in all aspects of what we do. We seek voices […]

Editorial: PRC Community Lives on Through Its Stories

Co-written with Pat Reddick. Looking back fifty years, the world was a different place. In August 1964, the very first issue of Arthur was still more than two years away from rolling off the press and, as hard as it is to believe, there was only one Tim Horton’s store anywhere in Canada. Here in […]

Correcting a political misstep: the pizzazz version of next year

Last week at Arthur’s editorial elections, I was served with a poignant reminder of how easily an emphasis on procedure can get in the way of vision. One of first the questions posed to Pat and I that night concerned our overarching vision for the newspaper: Your platform seems to be excessively administrative, began the […]

On why those editorials weren’t hypocrisy

It’s official—Matt Rappolt and I will be the editors of Arthur’s Volume 49. From the look of things, it’s possible that we’ll be treated to one of the most newsworthy years in recent memory. Trent is celebrating it’s 50th, a new President is taking over, the colleges are undergoing changes, there’s going to be a […]

Arthur is Hiring!

Things Everyone Needs To Know Our goal is to produce a weekly newspaper that gives informative, interesting and accurate accounts of events and issues relevant to Trent students. Arthur has an anti-oppressive mandate. This means we seek to participate in redressing historic injustices and oppressions in all aspects of what we do. We seek voices […]

Editorial: PRC Community Lives on Through Its Stories

Co-written with Pat Reddick. Looking back fifty years, the world was a different place. In August 1964, the very first issue of Arthur was still more than two years away from rolling off the press and, as hard as it is to believe, there was only one Tim Horton’s store anywhere in Canada. Here in […]

Correcting a political misstep: the pizzazz version of next year

Last week at Arthur’s editorial elections, I was served with a poignant reminder of how easily an emphasis on procedure can get in the way of vision. One of first the questions posed to Pat and I that night concerned our overarching vision for the newspaper: Your platform seems to be excessively administrative, began the […]

On why those editorials weren’t hypocrisy

It’s official—Matt Rappolt and I will be the editors of Arthur’s Volume 49. From the look of things, it’s possible that we’ll be treated to one of the most newsworthy years in recent memory. Trent is celebrating it’s 50th, a new President is taking over, the colleges are undergoing changes, there’s going to be a […]