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Is there a recipe for survival in the music industry?
Is there a recipe for survival in the music industry?
Mai Vo, Opinion Columnist • May 5, 2021
What the film
What the film 'Ratatouille' can teach us about imposter syndrome
Victoria Stringer, Opinion Columnist • May 2, 2021
I practiced touch typing for 7 months and doubled my speed, and you can too
I practiced touch typing for 7 months and doubled my speed, and you can too
Tony Rodriguez, Guest Columnist • April 27, 2021
China
China's Uyghur genocide must be condemned
Ben Falcon, Opinion Columnist • April 23, 2021
2021-2022 student leaders announced
2021-2022 student leaders announced
Jacob Rivera, Intern • May 12, 2021
City Vista closed to residents for 2021-22 academic year
City Vista closed to residents for 2021-22 academic year
Sarah Fisher, Reporter • May 5, 2021
Mexico, the Americas and Spain (MAS) program receives $2 million donation
Mexico, the Americas and Spain (MAS) program receives $2 million donation
Harrison Hartman, News Reporter, Photographer • May 5, 2021
Test-monitoring license to not be renewed
Test-monitoring license to not be renewed
Emma Utzinger, News Reporter • April 29, 2021
Senior Diana Long works to examine inequities in K-12 education
Senior Diana Long works to examine inequities in K-12 education
Kayla Padilla, Editor-in-Chief • May 1, 2021
Five Stumberg finalists to compete for $25,000 grand prize in fall
Five Stumberg finalists to compete for $25,000 grand prize in fall
Kayla Padilla, Editor-in-Chief • April 29, 2021
Fire alarms in Prassel spark frustrations
Fire alarms in Prassel spark frustrations
Emma Utzinger, Pulse Reporter • April 28, 2021
Business majors given alternative to study abroad
Business majors given alternative to study abroad
Mikayla Mullin, Pulse Reporter • April 25, 2021
From zero to 18: a historic year for Trinity athletics comes to an end
From zero to 18: a historic year for Trinity athletics comes to an end
Brian Yancelson, Sports Editor • May 5, 2021
Junior Delaney Kelley, first-years Kiona Hsiu, Erin Flynn and Caterina Mora Adrover and senior Delaney Kelley pose with their All-SCAC banners. The women
Golf teams sweep SCAC championships
Gail Grady, Sports Reporter • May 3, 2021
Senior volleyball player Avery Tuggle stands in front of the Bell Athletic Center at Trinity. Tuggle has decided to come back in the fall of 2021 for a fifth season with the Tigers.
Fall sport athletes reflect on not playing for NCAA Tournaments
Luke Terry, Sports Reporter • May 2, 2021
Trinity
Women’s soccer claims SCAC Championship with 4-0 win over Dallas
Paige Wallace, Sports Reporter • April 28, 2021
Company founded by theatre students to compete for Stumberg grand prize
Company founded by theatre students to compete for Stumberg grand prize
Kayla Padilla, Editor-in-Chief • May 3, 2021
'Egress' exhibition now live
Ashley Allen, Arts Columnist • May 1, 2021
Falafel — the inexpensive, crunchy crowd pleaser
Falafel — the inexpensive, crunchy crowd pleaser
Ashley Allen, Arts Columnist • April 28, 2021
Student art spotlight: Stella Luck
Student art spotlight: Stella Luck
Ashley Allen, Arts Columnist • April 24, 2021
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