Monthly Archives: January 2016

Trent Voices Radio Show, Episode 26: Bill Kimball

Since graduating from Trent University in 1980 with a degree in Cultural Studies, Bill Kimball has been involved in many aspects of the Peterborough arts community, particularly in the areas of contemporary dance and theatre. He has contributed to the creation of live performance spaces in Peterborough, beginning with City Stage, a performance space operated…
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Ashley Fellowship Events with International Lecturer, Stephanie Raynor

2016 Ashley Fellow Stephanie Raynor will be hosting a series of public events this week.  Raynor, an artist, printmaker, educator, storyteller and lecturer, will be visiting Trent University to share her experiences with students, and discuss the spiritual and transformative learning process that has taken place through her work. Her artwork focusses on themes and…
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Trent Alumna Theresa Morris, Involved in a Peterborough Art Show

Trent alumna Theresa Morris will be showcasing a selection of her lino cut prints at the annual Peterborough Photography and Artist Prints Show and Sale this weekend. Her featured work will include her piece Doves in a Relaxed Pose. "The subject of the print is gently simple,” says Morris. “Two doves: one dove is sleeping,…
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New Program Created to Train First Nations Teachers

Trent University will be offering a new program in the fall in the hopes to increase the number of aboriginal teachers in Canada. Interim Dean of Education, Cathy Bruce, stated they will offer an Indigenous Bachelor of Education program. The school is still accepting applications, and hopes to have 15 First Nations students enrolled for…
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Trent Nursing Graduate Uses Her Skills to Help Those in Need

Emily Fitzpatrick has just returned from a trip she long dreamt of and won't soon forget. The 24-year-old nursing graduate spent time working onboard the world’s largest charity hospital ship, the Africa Mercy, in Tamatave, Madagascar. Fitzpatrick not only offered her own time but paid her own way to be part of 450 international volunteers…
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Two Trent Alumni Named Members of the Order of Canada

Two Trent alumni have been named to the order of Canada. Fiona Sampson '87, a Canadian Heritage and Development graduate, is currently a human rights lawyer. She was presented with this honour for her work with the Equality Project. Sampson is the CEO of the Equality Effect, an international network of human rights advocates working…
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