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Alumnus John Epping Shoots 100% to Capture Canadian Curling Open

John Epping went undefeated in capturing the Meridian Canadian Open this past weekend in Yorkton, Sask.  The former Trent Varsity curler defeated defending champion Brad Gushue and his rink from St. John's.  Epping, who curls out of Toronto, shot an astounding 100% to take the championship. It was his 3rd career Grand Slam win. During…
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Tony Storey Award Winner: John Butcher ’67

Alumni gathered in the National Capital Region to celebrate the volunteer efforts of John Butcher. In 2014, John marked 40 years of volunteer contribution to Trent and the Alumni Association. It was a stellar evening that included a number of speakers, including a special presentation by alumnus Dr. Christopher Dummitt who offered an entertaining and…
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Stephen Stohn’s Pioneering Spirit

From Trent Radio and Arthur to The Canadian Music & Broadcast Industry Hall of Fame. The following came from the October edition of TRENT Magazine.  Be sure to read the entire edition online today.  And check back here for exclusive content that you won't find in the magazine. Today he is the executive producer of…
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Trent Alumnus Dr. Suresh Narine Awarded $2.25 Million as a Senior NSERC Industrial Research Chair

One of the world’s foremost authorities and leading scientist in the groundbreaking field of biomaterials, Trent University professor Dr. Suresh Narine was recently awarded a multi-million dollar Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) of Canada Industrial Research Chair (IRC), for a third consecutive term. Professor Narine, a Trent alumnus, professor inPhysics & Astronomy and…
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Employer Demand Sparks New Communications and Critical Thinking Program

In response to increasing employer demand for excellent communicators, problem solvers and lifelong learners, Trent University Durham has launched a new Bachelor of Arts degree program in Communications and Critical Thinking, a three-year degree that offers students an interdisciplinary learning opportunity in a dynamic academic setting, as well as practical, hands-on experience. Communication and writing…
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Four Trent alumni elected as new MPs in ridings across Canada during national election

Four Trent University alum rose to victory in their respective ridings across Canada this week. Recent alumna, Maryam Monsef ’03, a Biology and Psychology grad, became the first female MP to be elected in the Peterborough-Kawartha riding, while Nathan Cullen '94 who graduated with a B.A. Honours in International Studies Development and Environmental Studies/Science was…
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