Trent Voices Podcast, Season 3, Women in Power Special Mini-Series: Marjolaine Boutin-Sweet ’74Pig’s Ear Documentary Calls Out to Trent CommunityTrent Durham — GTA Event: Oshawa Museum Indigenous Exhibit Introduction and Distinguished Alumni Award PresentationReturning to the Land: An Alumni Reflection on the Trent Temagami ColloquiumOshawa Event: “A Carrying Place: Oshawa’s Indigenous Story”Caleb Smith Honoured with 2017 Spirit of Trent AwardBuilt for Students, by Students: New Student Centre Celebrates Opening CeremonyTrent University’s Community-Based Research Partnership in Haliburton CountyBrand New Trent University Continuing Education CoursesYour Head of the Trent Schedule

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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Trent Durham — GTA Event: Oshawa Museum Indigenous Exhibit Introduction and Distinguished Alumni Award Presentation

[caption id="attachment_3384" align="aligncenter" width="3264"] From left: Melissa Cole '96, Dawn Lavell-Harvard, Laura Suchan '84, Garry Cubitt '67, Joe Muldoon, Lee Hays '91, Julie Davis.[/caption] Trent University Durham – GTA and the Trent University Alumni Association came together for an inspiring and educational evening last week at the Oshawa Museum. Over 100 students and alumni gathered…
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Oshawa Event: “A Carrying Place: Oshawa’s Indigenous Story”

Trent Alumni Affairs invites you to attend a presentation at the Jubilee Pavilion, followed by a tour of the newest exhibit at the adjacent Oshawa Museum. "A Carrying Place: Oshawa's Indigenous Story" Location: Presentations to be held at the Jubilee Pavilion, 55 Lakeview Park Avenue, Oshawa, with tours to follow at the adjacent Oshawa Museum Date: Wednesday,…
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Caleb Smith Honoured with 2017 Spirit of Trent Award

[caption id="attachment_3374" align="alignright" width="1080"] From left, PSB Wilson, founding director of Athletics at Trent; Jess Grover, Trent University Alumni Association President; Caleb Smith; Lee Hays, director of Alumni Affairs.[/caption] The Trent University Alumni Association was proud to present Caleb Smith with the 2017 Spirit of Trent Award during homecoming. Gathered before a raucous crowd at…
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Built for Students, by Students: New Student Centre Celebrates Opening Ceremony

Grand opening ceremony for new Student Centre at Symons campus recognizes generosity of Trent community The vision of Trent University students past and present has now become a reality as the green carpet was rolled out, and the official opening ceremony was held for the highly-anticipated Trent University Student Centre. “The Student Centre is a partnership…
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Trent University’s Community-Based Research Partnership in Haliburton County

Established in 1999, the U-Links Centre for Community-Based Research works with community partners, faculty and students to deliver high quality, relevant research services to Haliburton County. By Patrick Walshe '66, U-Links From its earliest days Trent has been committed to active community service. Trent’s foundational commitment to public service was clearly articulated by our founding…
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Brand New Trent University Continuing Education Courses

[caption id="attachment_3353" align="alignright" width="400"] Catharine Parr Trail College.[/caption] Trent’s Continuing Education program provides access to a variety of experts in different fields for learning in an informal, relaxed and personalized setting. The courses are offered at Traill College in the heart of downtown Peterborough, for easy access by the community. “Traill College is perfectly placed to serve…
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Your Head of the Trent Schedule

Parking Announcement: With over 10,000 people coming to campus for this weekend, we recommend that you bus, taxi, or carpool. If you do drive, West Bank is accessible via the north entrance of Woodland Drive. There will be no access to the West Bank via Nassau Mills Drive. Parking is available on Trent's West Bank in all…
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