The orientation was held at the Peter Gzowski College which is also the First Peoples House of Learning, and there were many beautiful artworks on the walls.
And my favorite one was this one by a deceased local artist named Norman Knott. Tern, Heron, Loon, Bittern, and Geese.
While us graduate students were having our orientations, the undergraduate students (assigned to different colleges) were still getting to know one another and competing against other colleges for the bragging rights about being the best in school.
Head of the Trent, a popular(?) regatta (i.e. rowing race) held at Trent every year. Maybe I'll come and check it out next month.
This Dingy Cutworm Moth (Feltia jaculifera) was found in my room just a few hours ago, probably attracted to the floor lamps next to the screened window. I took a few photos of it and then took it back outside. This moth is found all over North America and is considered a pest of apples, beans, clovers, corn, tobacco, and young soybean plants. Maybe I shouldn't brought it outside.