1. <em id="sh1"><acronym id="sh1"><u id="sh1"></u></acronym></em>
    2. <tbody id="sh1"><noscript id="sh1"></noscript></tbody><mark id="sh1"><center id="sh1"></center></mark><rp id="sh1"></rp>
      <dd id="sh1"><pre id="sh1"></pre></dd>
        <tbody id="sh1"></tbody>
          <span id="sh1"></span>

          <span id="sh1"></span>
          >>>?VOTE?YES!?TO?ARTHUR>>> Watch?Arthur's 2nd Annual Fundraiser &?Awards Gala
          The Right Words: How We Talk About Sexual ViolenceThe Right Words: How We Talk About Sexual Violence
          The Right Words: How We Talk About Sexual Violence
          In this article, Elizabeth Mitton discusses the Western incident on an incident-specific level, considering student and administrative perspectives, including contention surrounding the language being used and students responses on social media, followed by contextualizing this incident on a societal level, discussing the prevalence of sexual violence across the campuses of various Canadian universities.
          By
          Elizabeth Mitton
          and
          ·
          April 21, 2022
          Heritage Planning with Erik HansonHeritage Planning with Erik Hanson
          Heritage Planning with Erik Hanson
          In this article, Lauryn Sloos speaks with Erik Hanson, the Heritage Resources Coordinator of the City if Peterborough and head of the Heritage Preservation Office about how he got into the role and what heritage planning is all about in Peterborough.
          By
          Lauryn Sloos
          and
          ·
          April 21, 2022
          The Anti-Racism Task Force: Performing or Performative?The Anti-Racism Task Force: Performing or Performative?
          The Anti-Racism Task Force: Performing or Performative?
          Varun Biddanda takes a deep dive into the task force, and asks: is it performing, or is it performative? Biddanda interviews Moriah Hillyer, who represented the Trent University Native Association (TUNA) on the Anti-Racism Task Force.
          By
          Varun Biddanda
          and
          ·
          April 12, 2022
          Trent Institutional Investment: How it Works, and How it Affects the PlanetTrent Institutional Investment: How it Works, and How it Affects the Planet
          Trent Institutional Investment: How it Works, and How it Affects the Planet
          In this investigative piece, Irene Suvillaga dives into the daunting question of how institutional investment works and where Trent's money goes. In this institutional investment 101 article, Irene provides an easy-to-follow explanation on understanding funds, investment strategies and future plans in Trent’s financial workings. Through a series of interviews and external reports, this piece also touches on the question of divestment, questioning Trent’s position as an environmental leader.
          By
          Irene Suvillaga
          and
          ·
          April 11, 2022
          Growing Pains
          After a hiatus, Growing Pains has returned to bring you two episodes all about student activism at Trent. In Part 1 & 2 we map out Trent’s radical, activist roots and take stock of the changes that have taken place over the past 20 years.
          Arthur Volume 56 "All Summer Long"
          What We Do In The Shadowban
          Joyless communist columnist Evan Robins explores the modern internet phenomenon of Shadowbanning and considers the implications of platform censorship for independent journalism. Along the way she talks to some fellow journalists, reads a book by Noam Chomsky, and runs into a familiar face from @Autogyniphiles_Anonymous…
          By
          Evan Robins
          and
          ·
          April 28, 2022
          What We Do In The ShadowbanWhat We Do In The Shadowban
          Ice Cream, You Scream, We All Scream for a Better Student Union
          In this editorial Nick Taylor throughly delineates structural issues that have long-plagued the TCSA, and created conditions wherein the union struggles to meet quorum in its own elections, attracts self-interested-careerist-candidates, and operates in the service of capital -- rather than in the service of the students it claims to represent.
          By
          Nick Taylor
          and
          ·
          April 12, 2022
          Ice Cream, You Scream, We All Scream for a Better Student UnionIce Cream, You Scream, We All Scream for a Better Student Union
          Think Twice About the Housing Services Referendum
          Trent Students! Trent University wants you to foot the bill for a new position in the Trent Housing department, one that will help students find housing amidst PTBO’s housing crisis – a crisis they helped create. We encourage students to vote NO to Trent’s off-campus housing referendum.?
          By
          Nick Taylor
          and
          ·
          March 9, 2022
          Think Twice About the Housing Services ReferendumThink Twice About the Housing Services Referendum
          Searching for Mental Health Resources as a Trent Student
          Searching for mental healthcare as a Trent student can feel like you’ve been blindfolded, spun around, shoved into the Wildlife Sanctuary and told to find your way out. While the university advertises their services on their website, navigating them without prior experience can feel confusing and overwhelming. In this guide, Emi explores resources and healthcare benefits offered to students within and outside of Trent including resources serving BIPOC and 2SLGBTQ+ folks specifically.
          Searching for Mental Health Resources as a Trent StudentSearching for Mental Health Resources as a Trent Student
          Growing Pains
          After a hiatus, Growing Pains has returned to bring you two episodes all about student activism at Trent. In Part 1 & 2 we map out Trent’s radical, activist roots and take stock of the changes that have taken place over the past 20 years.
          Think Twice About the Housing Services ReferendumThink Twice About the Housing Services Referendum
          Trent Students! Trent University wants you to foot the bill for a new position in the Trent Housing department, one that will help students find housing amidst PTBO’s housing crisis – a crisis they helped create. We encourage students to vote NO to Trent’s off-campus housing referendum.?
          Council Should Have Funded a Legal Challenge to Bill 21Council Should Have Funded a Legal Challenge to Bill 21
          Under the guise of supporting local initiatives, Peterborough Council failed to financially endorse a lawsuit challenging the discriminatory measures present in Quebec’s Bill 21. Instead of contributing to the lawsuit, council sidelined Councillor Stephen Wright’s motion through the use of amendments which altered the original intent. Robert Gibson highlights changes to the notice of motion and the issues surrounding this modification.
          The Seasoned Spoon: A Food Haven On CampusThe Seasoned Spoon: A Food Haven On Campus
          In this op-ed, Stephanie Spencer argues that there should be more dining options like the Seasoned Spoon on Trent's campus. From students living in residence to those who come to school for classes daily, food options are limited to the often-unhealthy offerings at the school's cafeterias.
          Letter to the Editor: Emergencies Act prompted by threats - death and government takeoverLetter to the Editor: Emergencies Act prompted by threats - death and government takeover
          Trent alum, Fred Rapson, pens letter-to-the-editor. As the so-called 'freedom convoy' and ensuing Ottawa protests come to a close, Canadians are left to dissect what happened in Ottawa, and find a way forward in a polarized, post-lockdown world.
          Searching for Mental Health Resources as a Trent StudentSearching for Mental Health Resources as a Trent Student
          Searching for Mental Health Resources as a Trent Student
          Be A Goldfish: How Ted Lasso is Changing the Game for Male Mental Health in TelevisionBe A Goldfish: How Ted Lasso is Changing the Game for Male Mental Health in Television
          Be A Goldfish: How Ted Lasso is Changing the Game for Male Mental Health in Television
          Binary Sea - Elden Ring Review: First Impressions Binary Sea - Elden Ring Review: First Impressions
          Binary Sea - Elden Ring Review: First Impressions
          Be A Goldfish: How Ted Lasso is Changing the Game for Male Mental Health in TelevisionBe A Goldfish: How Ted Lasso is Changing the Game for Male Mental Health in Television
          Be A Goldfish: How Ted Lasso is Changing the Game for Male Mental Health in Television
          Sign up for our newsletter — The Courier — and receive the best that Arthur has to offer curated in your inbox!
          Thank you! Your submission has been received!
          Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.
          Recent Contributors
          Brazil Gaffney-Knox
          Brazil Gaffney-Knox
          Co-Editor-in-Chief
          Nick Taylor
          Nick Taylor
          Co-Editor-in-Chief
          Robert Gibson
          Robert Gibson
          Contributor
          Varun Biddanda
          Varun Biddanda
          Student Journalist
          Emi Habel
          Emi Habel
          Student Journalist
          Cheyenne Wood
          Cheyenne Wood
          Summer Journalist
          Lucas Schaefer
          Lucas Schaefer
          Summer Journalist
          Evan Robins
          Evan Robins
          Student Journalist
          Katie Pedlar
          Katie Pedlar
          Student Journalist
          Irene Suvillaga
          Irene Suvillaga
          Student Journalist
          Cameron Noble
          Cameron Noble
          Graphic Designer
          Submit a Letter to the Editor
          Send us your issues and concerns or add your opinion into the Peterborough-Nogojiwanong online consciousness. It's as easy as filling out our online form.
          Arthur Newspaper is the Independent Student Press for Peterborough-Nogojiwanong