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To Overheard: Journalists make sacrifices

Emily Elliott October 12, 2017

My name is Emily Elliott, and I'm a pretty non-confrontational, neutral person "” except when it comes to the fact that there is no one the Trinitonian frustrates more than myself. This might be the...

MELISSA FLOWERS poses with her two pet dogs in her City Vista living room. Flowers also shares the apartment with her husband and two young children, who frequently visit the pool and hang out in some of the apartment’s lounges and game rooms.
photos by Allison Wolff

Meet your new neighbors: Some members of ResLife live on campus

Emily Elliott August 23, 2017

As you're running down your hall, desperately trying to make it on time to your morning class or hoping to grab your favorite Freshii bowl before the Commons closes, you can expect to pass by some of your...

New editorial staff of Trinitonian and Mirage are hired for the 2017-2018 year

Emily Elliott March 31, 2017

Every week, two groups of students gather to produce pages, edit photos and conduct interviews to include in the Mirage, Trinity's official yearbook, and the Trinitonian, the student-run newspaper. Recently,...

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Happy Holi days: Students prepare for annual celebration

Emily Elliott March 24, 2017

Accommodations have impressed guests, most of whom are interviewees and visiting lecturers Walk down Oakmont Court and all the way down the street to the left, you'll find a few small apartments behind...

MATTHEW REYNOLDS, center, sings a powerful song during the second performance of “Cavalleria rusticana” from its original production last April.

Students leave Trinity on a high note by participating in their senior recital

Emily Elliott March 3, 2017

Matthew Reynolds and Mariana Là³pez Levi will be singing as music majors for the last time this Friday After four years of singing their hearts out and shifting through countless stacks of sheet music,...

RACHEL TCHEN poses in front of a field in Perugia, Italy where she has completed some of her schoolwork.

Photo provided by RACHEL TCHEN

Seniors pursue the chance to travel abroad during their final semester

Emily Elliott February 27, 2017

Students are excited to live in another country at the end of their college career After browsing through the photos of  Trinity students living in exotic locations, some may feel the itch to study...

Reclusive Alpha Chi reveals crafting secrets

Reclusive Alpha Chi reveals crafting secrets

Emily Elliott February 9, 2017

Mysterious crafting guru clad in purple and yellow exposes dark secrets of sorority crafts Twas the night before Bid Day, when all through the dorms, not a single girl was sleeping, despite potential...

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Student leaders earn thanks for involvement

Emily Elliott February 9, 2017

Recipients of the High Paw award share their reactions to receiving the distinction Between the rush of scrambling to get to class, leading meetings for our extracurriculars and looking for precious...

“A Clock Stopped (Flowers After Manet)” is an acrylic on linen piece modeled after “13 Bouquets”, painted by Edouard Manet during the last years of his life; the large piece is 139 x 48 inches long. 

Photo provided by Jessica Halonen

Art professor featured in new exhibition

Emily Elliott February 9, 2017

Jessica Halonen's work will be on display in Blue Star, a contemporary museum After several years of painting and sculpting across the globe, Jessica Halonen, an art professor, unveiled her newest collection,...

Say Benvenuto! to a new organization

Say “Benvenuto!” to a new organization

Emily Elliott February 2, 2017

Smells waft through the air of the dorms as pasta boils and sauces simmer in one of the many kitchen units of the first-year living area. As the food cooks, friends begin setting out plates, cups and utensils...

To vote or not to vote? For some students, thats not an easy question

To vote or not to vote? For some students, that’s not an easy question

Emily Elliott November 7, 2016

As the 2016 presidential election nears its conclusions, voters have begun reflecting on the variety of "˜firsts' this race has introduced. For example, this is the first election in which both candidates...

Melissa Flowers breaks attendance rumors

Melissa Flowers breaks attendance rumors

Emily Elliott October 29, 2016

Melissa Flowers, director of residential life, is a well-known Trinity football supporter. Not only does she support the Trinity football family, she married into it: her husband, James Flowers, is a Trinity...

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