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                  By
                  Brazil Gaffney-Knox
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                  By
                  Lucas Schaefer
                  and
                  ·
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                  Listen on:
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                  Robert Gibson unpacks the decision making process at Peterborough’s city council surrounding transit. Tensions have been running high as city councilors work towards an agreement on how to move forward with a decision on the future of transit in this city.
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                  By
                  Evan Robins
                  and
                  ·
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                  Arthur’s resident enthusiast for all things horrifying, dark, and gory is back, with her sights set on the final frontier: manga & anime. This time she’s jumping into Tatsuki Fujimoto’s critically acclaimed Chainsaw Man, an over-the-top thrill ride filled with demons, public servants, and – of course – chainsaws.
                  By
                  Evan Robins
                  and
                  ·
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                  How chess taught me to blunder, beautifully
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                  By
                  Lucas Schaefer
                  and
                  ·
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                  In this episode, we unpack Cleantech Commons, and how it opens our campus to commerce. We enlist the help of Prof. Andrew Wernick, to explain what it means for a university to have a brand. We also sit down with Martin Yuill from Cleantech, and try to get to the bottom of who will profit off this project.
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                  Arthur’s resident enthusiast for all things horrifying, dark, and gory is back, with her sights set on the final frontier: manga & anime. This time she’s jumping into Tatsuki Fujimoto’s critically acclaimed Chainsaw Man, an over-the-top thrill ride filled with demons, public servants, and – of course – chainsaws.
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                  Following a trying targeted harassment campaign and a number of changes to algorithms used by Instagram and Facebook causing accounts run by trans creators to suddenly face deletion, Evan Robins sits down with Autogyniphiles_Anonymous' Arendt Admin to talk content moderation, respectability, and how to stop queer spaces online from becoming the targets of hate groups and corporate policing.
                  Love and Chainsaws: Why you should read the Chainsaw Man manga (if you haven’t already)Love and Chainsaws: Why you should read the Chainsaw Man manga (if you haven’t already)
                  Love and Chainsaws: Why you should read the Chainsaw Man manga (if you haven’t already)
                  Arthur’s resident enthusiast for all things horrifying, dark, and gory is back, with her sights set on the final frontier: manga & anime. This time she’s jumping into Tatsuki Fujimoto’s critically acclaimed Chainsaw Man, an over-the-top thrill ride filled with demons, public servants, and – of course – chainsaws.
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                  In this article, Evan Robins reviews Jeff Barnaby's 2019 horror film, Blood Quantum, about a zombie plague that Indigenous people are immune to. Robins takes stock of every component of this film -- its plot, its cinematography, its gore, and ultimately, she recommends it!
                  Nogojiwanong Indigenous Fringe Festival Premiers Covid-StyleNogojiwanong Indigenous Fringe Festival Premiers Covid-Style
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                  The world’s first Indigenous fringe festival is happening right here in Nogojiwanong this week. Nogojiwanong Indigenous Fringe Festival (NIFF) will host a week-long lineup of performances from a variety of Indigenous artists from June 23 to 27. Performances will be accessible by vehicle on Trent's Symons Campus.
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