Comment: Why don’t students go to the Writers Readings?

Photo by Jenny Fisher Last Wednesday at Scott House, Giller-shortlisted Trent Alumnist Craig Davidson (Rust And Bone, Cataract City) gave a candid and entertaining reading and Q&A session as part of the second installment of the ‘Writer’s Reading Series’ hosted by the English Department. Born in St.Catherines, Ontario, Davidson, who was a Classics student affiliated […]

Letters to the Editor: Issue 6

The National Shame of our Missing Women Test your knowledge of Canadiana: Which group of Canadians is seven times more likely to die a violent death than the average Canadian? Unless you were at the vigil at Millennium Park last Saturday, you probably would not guess that the group is Indigenous women. Those who attended […]

Comment: Let’s talk Safe, Sexy, and Consensual!

This year the TCSA, in partnership with Trent University’s Health Services, has launched an overarching campaign entitled Safe, Sexy and Consensual. For the TCSA, the goal is to promote safer sex through Cover Me, challenge rape culture through Consent is Sexy, and open dialogues surrounding what consent means through No Means No. It’s all very […]

Editorial: It’s time to talk about Trent’s (non)identity

Over the course of my four years at Trent, one of the complaints that I have heard frequently from students and community members is that this is a university lacking a clear identity. With other schools across the province, it’s easy to identify their emphases or cultures. For example, everyone knows that Waterloo is the […]

Comment: Why don’t students go to the Writers Readings?

Photo by Jenny Fisher Last Wednesday at Scott House, Giller-shortlisted Trent Alumnist Craig Davidson (Rust And Bone, Cataract City) gave a candid and entertaining reading and Q&A session as part of the second installment of the ‘Writer’s Reading Series’ hosted by the English Department. Born in St.Catherines, Ontario, Davidson, who was a Classics student affiliated […]

Letters to the Editor: Issue 6

The National Shame of our Missing Women Test your knowledge of Canadiana: Which group of Canadians is seven times more likely to die a violent death than the average Canadian? Unless you were at the vigil at Millennium Park last Saturday, you probably would not guess that the group is Indigenous women. Those who attended […]

Comment: Let’s talk Safe, Sexy, and Consensual!

This year the TCSA, in partnership with Trent University’s Health Services, has launched an overarching campaign entitled Safe, Sexy and Consensual. For the TCSA, the goal is to promote safer sex through Cover Me, challenge rape culture through Consent is Sexy, and open dialogues surrounding what consent means through No Means No. It’s all very […]

Editorial: It’s time to talk about Trent’s (non)identity

Over the course of my four years at Trent, one of the complaints that I have heard frequently from students and community members is that this is a university lacking a clear identity. With other schools across the province, it’s easy to identify their emphases or cultures. For example, everyone knows that Waterloo is the […]