Editorial: The power of Arthur

As a graduate from Trent University, my worldview has been broadened in the one year I have spent in the workforce. My journey has not been a traditional one; it involves a lot more failure than success. I was lucky enough to graduate and attend the 2014 convocation ceremony where author Joseph Boyden addressed us. […]

Editorial: To build a community

The idea of summing up two years in 700 words is a daunting one. However, I’m contractually obligated to give it a shot. Really it’s the least I could do given all that this paper and the community around it has done for me over that time. I mentioned this community in my first incoming […]

Editorial: Losing oneself; A Sine Qua Non to creation

I left Trent only to become a despondent post-graduate when the high of freedom from academic pressure wore off. I had become a tiny gear in the machinery of a call center. This was a necessary service to society, but an entity that did not value individuality, compassion, or creativity. Corporate existence is dependent on […]

Letters to the Editors: Issue 24

Justice — Not War! Government is about who gets what. Government funding declares to the world what the government values – and what it doesn’t. The same weekend that Harper’s Conservative government announced the extension of Canadian troop commitment in Iraq, I witnessed the film Highway of Tears at Trent University. A panel of Indigenous […]

Editorial: The power of Arthur

As a graduate from Trent University, my worldview has been broadened in the one year I have spent in the workforce. My journey has not been a traditional one; it involves a lot more failure than success. I was lucky enough to graduate and attend the 2014 convocation ceremony where author Joseph Boyden addressed us. […]

Editorial: To build a community

The idea of summing up two years in 700 words is a daunting one. However, I’m contractually obligated to give it a shot. Really it’s the least I could do given all that this paper and the community around it has done for me over that time. I mentioned this community in my first incoming […]

Editorial: Losing oneself; A Sine Qua Non to creation

I left Trent only to become a despondent post-graduate when the high of freedom from academic pressure wore off. I had become a tiny gear in the machinery of a call center. This was a necessary service to society, but an entity that did not value individuality, compassion, or creativity. Corporate existence is dependent on […]

Letters to the Editors: Issue 24

Justice — Not War! Government is about who gets what. Government funding declares to the world what the government values – and what it doesn’t. The same weekend that Harper’s Conservative government announced the extension of Canadian troop commitment in Iraq, I witnessed the film Highway of Tears at Trent University. A panel of Indigenous […]