Stripping of Titles

guest columnists April 25, 2014

We live in a society driven by labels. We are labeled by our political stance, our marital status, our academic classification.  The labels are endless, and we freely give them to ourselves and to others...

From pitches to field to courts: Sport in the USA

guest columnists February 28, 2014

If you could only have one "thing" in the world, what would it be? Some might say films, literature or music. But many people, including me, would say that the most important "thing" in their life...

Alcohol culture in America

guest columnists February 15, 2014

Alright. Random ramblings from that British guy "” take two. Here we go. University life is very different for me here in Texas compared to what it would be back home in England. The general pattern...

To Texas with love: patriotism, pride, and “bins”

guest columnists January 31, 2014

I've been asked to write this column as I, and I quote, "have interesting opinions and an international perspective on things." So, we'll see how this goes. First things first: I'm Callum, a first-year...

Post-college things to know

guest columnists January 24, 2014

I've been out of college for two years and there are a lot of things I wish I could have said to me six years ago, but can't. Yeah, articles exist like this, but they're easy things: "experiment!" Look,...

The Beauty of Bell’s palsy: a look inside

guest columnists November 15, 2013

Eleven weeks ago, I wrote a guest column called "Would you still be my friend?" about my first week and a half with Bell's palsy, a condition in which an inflamed nerve causes temporary facial paralysis....

Issues with the NCAA’s actions

guest columnists August 30, 2013

I hope Johnny "Football" Manziel has learned a lesson from the NCAA. He was thoroughly investigated and questioned for about 8 hours by the NCAA last Sunday, and rest assured, he has learned a lesson...

Would you still be my friend?

guest columnists August 30, 2013

Although the paper isn't published on Thursdays, I want to throw it back anyway.  Remember the game we played as kids called, "Would you still be my friend if..?" We would all plug in phrases like "if...

Slow down and enjoy

guest columnists August 22, 2013

Welcome to Trinity University, you saucy first years. At some point, every one of us has been in your shoes.  You were top dog at your previous institutions, and now you are starting over. Trinity is...

Contrary to popular belief

guest columnists August 22, 2013

I'm sure many of you have either heard of or experienced directly the stereotype of school cafeteria food: the horror, the misery, the greasy nasty pizza substitute. As incoming students, you may have...

Surviving social anxiety your first year at college

guest columnists August 22, 2013

As the green leaves of summer begin their inevitable change into the auburn colors of fall, new generations of students now enter the campus of Trinity University. Bright-eyed and eager, they begin their...

First-year problems from a first year

guest columnists August 22, 2013

Reality sunk in for me as my parents idled their car in front of the gates of Trinity, threw my backpack out the window and sped off. That was the moment  when I officially became a college first year...

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