Comment: The elephant that nobody cares about

Am I the only one who doesn’t think this is funny? There seems to be a genuine phenomenon occurring at every level of democratic process that continues to make an absolute mockery of the one value we’re supposed to uphold. What I’m talking about is this ignorant complacency when it comes to very real and […]

Editorial: Student centre project requires meaningful consultation

The Trent University community is certainly no stranger to bureaucratic mismanagement, controversy, and general administrative unpleasantness. From the fiasco that was the 2002 closure of Peter Robinson College, to the widely unpopular conversion of Traill College from am undergraduate to  graduate college, to the recent ordeal of the Water Street private residence, no one can […]

Editorial: Give students a reason to vote

Students should understand how important it is to vote this municipal election. They should also not have to suffer another poorly thought out, paternalistic, and unilluminating “Vote or Die” style campaign. No level of government impacts everyday life more than municipal. Given that there are less than 60,000 voters in Peterborough, your vote means a […]

Letters to the Editor: Issue 4

Parkway is good for city (re: issues 0 and 2) As an active environmentalist since the first Earth Day 44 years ago, I applaud the activities of Sustainable Trent. However, I am disturbed by the one-sided and outright misinformed statement of this group’s opposition to the City’s plan to build the Parkway on land set […]

Comment: The elephant that nobody cares about

Am I the only one who doesn’t think this is funny? There seems to be a genuine phenomenon occurring at every level of democratic process that continues to make an absolute mockery of the one value we’re supposed to uphold. What I’m talking about is this ignorant complacency when it comes to very real and […]

Editorial: Student centre project requires meaningful consultation

The Trent University community is certainly no stranger to bureaucratic mismanagement, controversy, and general administrative unpleasantness. From the fiasco that was the 2002 closure of Peter Robinson College, to the widely unpopular conversion of Traill College from am undergraduate to  graduate college, to the recent ordeal of the Water Street private residence, no one can […]

Editorial: Give students a reason to vote

Students should understand how important it is to vote this municipal election. They should also not have to suffer another poorly thought out, paternalistic, and unilluminating “Vote or Die” style campaign. No level of government impacts everyday life more than municipal. Given that there are less than 60,000 voters in Peterborough, your vote means a […]

Letters to the Editor: Issue 4

Parkway is good for city (re: issues 0 and 2) As an active environmentalist since the first Earth Day 44 years ago, I applaud the activities of Sustainable Trent. However, I am disturbed by the one-sided and outright misinformed statement of this group’s opposition to the City’s plan to build the Parkway on land set […]