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Be cool: A message from YCT’s president

Isaiah Mitchell April 4, 2019

Illustration by Genevieve Humphreys As the school year draws to a peaceful close, you can’t help but get reminiscent. I don’t have much time left as the president of the Young Conservatives of Texas...

Uneven debate is today's reality

Uneven debate is today’s reality

Isaiah Mitchell September 13, 2018

In the last issue of the Trinitonian, Ben Gonzalez wrote a piece arguing that internet-famous conservative polemics like Steven Crowder and Ben Shapiro set up unbalanced arenas of discussion. Gonzalez’s...

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In defense of dead white literature

Isaiah Mitchell April 25, 2018

My good friend and archenemy Manfred Wendt wrote an article a couple of Trinitonians ago calling for another mandatory great books course, namely with more Plato and Shakespeare (assumedly metonymically,...

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Progressive culture at the book fair

Isaiah Mitchell April 11, 2018

Authors with regal gaits, brown sport jackets and foreign souvenirs; friendly faced women with clipboards, petitioning for mandatory sick leave; a scraggly man, with a roach clip dangling from his hoodie...

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Why I did not march

Isaiah Mitchell January 16, 2018

There were a few people — friends, professors, Yolanda the Supreme Mabee Guard — who asked me if I was going to march on MLK Jr. Day. I would tell them no, that I had homework and so forth, that I...

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True oppression and the political problem of the mind

Isaiah Mitchell November 6, 2017

In the midst of one recent midnight dorm discussion, my friend Jonathan brought up the knotty topic of mental health: How much is outside encouragement to blame for things like suicide? More generally,...

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Concerns for business school budget unfounded

Isaiah Mitchell September 12, 2017

In the wake of certain shifts in the business department, some students have been concerned that the administration is neglecting or cutting the budget of the school, and the ramifications that could occur...

Tune in each week for Kathleen Creedon's SGA summaries. SGA meets at 6 p.m. on Mondays in the Waxahachie Room in Coates University Center.

SGA seeks support, transparency with new changes

Isaiah Mitchell September 5, 2017

At the first Student Government Association (SGA) meeting on Monday, Aug. 28, the group discussed many changes they hope to make this year. Proposals included a new project that would provide free menstrual...

The McFarlin complex was updated this summer. Photos by Quinn Bender

New renovations recall original style

Isaiah Mitchell August 30, 2017

Trinity has recently renovated the McFarlin complex, one of the oldest building complexes on campus, using scientific instruments to reach back to the 1950s for stylistic guidance. The McFarlin complex,...

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Growth, interest spawn new housing opportunities

Isaiah Mitchell August 23, 2017

Trinity's expansions have led to new housing opportunities for newcomers and upperclassmen alike, with HOPE (Homeless Outreach Pursuing Education) Hall moving to Verna McLean Hall due to increased student...

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