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Guest column: “Dear Future Husband,” please never listen to this song by Catherine Quigley

guest columnists March 27, 2015

The most disturbing thing about "Dear Future Husband" is that Meghan Trainor perpetuates the dangerous notion that relationships are founded on shallow exchanges. She demonstrates this perspective through...

The NFL needs a time machine

guest columnists September 19, 2014

Ray Rice. Adrian Peterson. Jerry Jones. Jim Irsay. Daniel Snyder. Domestic violence. Child abuse. Sexual assault allegations. Driving under the influence of oxycodone and hydrocodone. Racist mascot. To...

Letter to the Editor: September 5, 2014

guest columnists September 5, 2014

I wanted to respond to a letter from a Trinity parent from Aug. 29, objecting to a lecture concerning Gaza by Miko Peled, a Jewish Israeli peace activist. The letter was angry. This is understandable:...

Letter to the Editor

guest columnists August 29, 2014

As Jews and new Trinity parents, my wife and I eagerly anticipated Mr. Peled's recent presentation on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. Hearing a Jewish/peace activist's perspective sounded like a good...

Letter to the Editor: A Public Service Announcement from a Trinity Vegetarian (RE: Campus Pulse, “Mabee good, Mabee not: Foods to seek and avoid” (8/21/14, p. 13)

guest columnists August 29, 2014

In a Campus Pulse report last week, "Mabee good, Mabee not: Foods to seek and avoid," a Trinitonian reporter encouraged new students unfamiliar with campus dining to avoid "things specifically labeled...

Let the 90s date you, learn from the past

guest columnists May 2, 2014

To be honest, I never would have imagined myself here four years ago, or probably even two. I'm not your student body president or valedictorian. I haven't been leader of any organization on campus. My...

Thanks for all of the opportunities, Trinity

guest columnists May 2, 2014

As I sat down to think about what I wanted to write for this column, I kept thinking to myself: "How can I possibly describe my Trinity experience in a few hundred words?" Then the answer hit me as one...

A few (hopefully) wise words

guest columnists May 2, 2014

Everything all of a sudden came into fruition for me this last week of my undergraduate career here at Trinity. In a matter of weeks, I will be walking across a stage, shaking hands with President Ahlburg...

Resist the urge to be “hyper-involved”

guest columnists May 2, 2014

The main reason I chose Trinity as opposed to the other schools I applied to was the people. I love how friendly and well-rounded the students at this school are! I can seemingly talk about the NBA, Austin...

Happiness and joy in the unexpected

guest columnists May 2, 2014

I am sitting down to write this column on my last day of undergraduate classes because, like a true senior, I have managed to avoid Friday classes and procrastinate until the last minute. I will add my...

Past four years have been a time of discovery

guest columnists May 2, 2014

Wow. What an incredible four years this has been. I can't believe my college years are coming to a close. I can honestly say that these have been the most difficult yet amazing years of my life thus far....

Letting the university change you for the better

guest columnists May 2, 2014

Hearing the tower bell chimes, feeling the mist of the fountain, shuffling up Cardiac Hill, chasing campus cats, the noises and sensations of our four years at Trinity are embedded in us, but the empathetic...

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