Law of the Land: Teyotsihstokwáthe Dakota Brant ’06 Examines Canada 150 (Plus Video from Her Walrus Talk)On the Road from 100 to 150: Professor John Wadland’s Look Back at Canada 150.Two Trent Alumni Honoured by Royal Canadian Geographical SocietyAlumna Dawn Martin Receives 2017 Governor General’s History AwardTrent Voices Podcast: Richard Harrison, the 2017 Governor General’s Award Winner for PoetryTrent Chancellor Named #1 Digital Thinker in the WorldFall 2017 TRENT MagazineTrent Voices Podcast: Jason “The Human Kebab” Parsons of Ubiquitous Synergy SeekerTrent Voices Podcast, Season 3, Women in Power Special Mini-Series: Marjolaine Boutin-Sweet ’74Pig’s Ear Documentary Calls Out to Trent Community

On the Road from 100 to 150: Professor John Wadland’s Look Back at Canada 150.

When TRENT Magazine decided to look back on the celebrations of our sesquicentennial, it seemed only natural to approach Professor John Wadland for a take on our cultural history. After all, his remarkable teaching career in Trent’s Canadian Studies Department spanned more than 35 years; his signature course, “Canada: the Land” was one of the…
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Two Trent Alumni Honoured by Royal Canadian Geographical Society

Professors David Morrison and Shelagh Grant, as well as emeritus and former chair of the Board Jon Grant presented with awards at gala ceremony Two Trent University alumni and a Trent University Board of Governors member have been honoured with awards by the Royal Canadian Geographical Society. The society's oldest honour, the Massey Medal, was…
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Alumna Dawn Martin Receives 2017 Governor General’s History Award

Crossing the stage at convocation this June was only the beginning for Dawn Martin ’13. The recent Indigenous Studies graduate can now add acclaimed writer to her list of achievements as the 2017 Aboriginal Arts & Stories Senior Writing Prize winner for her free verse poem, Kahnekanoron – Water is Life. As the 2017 winner, Ms. Martin not…
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Trent Chancellor Named #1 Digital Thinker in the World

Alumnus Don Tapscott ‘66 also named second Most Influential Management Thinker in the Thinkers50 2017 global ranking Recognized as one of the world's leading authorities on the impact of technology on business and society, Trent chancellor Dr. Don Tapscott ‘66 has been named the second most influential management thinker in the world by Thinkers50, the…
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Fall 2017 TRENT Magazine

The brand new TRENT Magazine is landing in mailboxes across Canada and around the world. You can read the full issue here. Please visit our magazine page here. While TRENT Magazine is always available online, you can also receive hard copies of all three annual editions (Winter, Summer, Fall) in the mail. Simply email alumni@trentu.ca…
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Trent Voices Podcast, Season 3, Women in Power Special Mini-Series: Marjolaine Boutin-Sweet ’74

The new season of Trent Voices, The TRENT Magazine Live/Trent Alumni Affairs podcast show, is kicking off with a "Women in Politics" mini-series that will feature interviews with successful Trent alumnae politicians, both past and present, including: Hochelaga NDP MP Marjolaine Boutin-Sweet '74, Nanaimo-Ladysmith NDP MP Sheila Malcolmson '85, and long-standing Peterborough mayor Syvlia Sutherland…
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Pig’s Ear Documentary Calls Out to Trent Community

When it was announced that the Pig’s Ear was closing, a crew of local filmmakers came together to document the historic pub’s final moments. “We had the cameras rolling four days after the announcement was made,” says writer/director Peter Blow. Along the way, they caught some incredible scenes and captured the myriad emotions that were swirling…
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