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A Gift Guide: For the Broke College Student

A Gift Guide: For the Broke College Student

Alejandra Gerlach November 19, 2020

With the holidays approaching, we all feel the inevitable stress of gift giving looming over our heads. It’s even worse for us broke college students, so here’s some tips for shopping on a budget for...

Harry Styles’ Vogue cover is just the start of dismantling gender norms

An opportunity to educate on gender non-conformity
Savannah Wahlgren November 19, 2020

This past week, Harry Styles made history by being the first man to be featured on the cover of Vogue. However, what has most people talking is what Styles wore: a dress. As much as I would like to think...

Trinity Music Department plans for virtual holiday performances

Contrary to previous years, Trinity’s various music ensembles prepare recorded pieces for the holidays
Carmine Villarreal November 19, 2020

Although Trinity University’s music ensembles traditionally hold Christmas concerts, this semester has posed many roadblocks in being able to conduct traditional Christmas concerts. Many of the music...

Be like me ... be a poll worker for the next election!

Be like me … be a poll worker for the next election!

Paige Wallace, Guest Columnist November 19, 2020

On Nov. 3, I was an Election Day poll worker. It was an interesting, rewarding and pretty lucrative job. Here's how it went and why more college kids should start being poll workers. Historically, poll...

The holidays are Among Us once again

The holidays are Among Us once again

The popular online game has proven to be a great way to spend time with friends
Dana Nichols and Kayla Padilla November 19, 2020

So the holidays are Among Us once again, and we are still in quarantine. In the past few months, we, like many, have been searching for ways to stay in contact with our friends and family that doesn't...

Alternative ways to safely engage with American football

Alternative ways to safely engage with American football

Opinion: Football doesn't have to mean putting others at risk of contracting COVID-19
Kayla Padilla November 19, 2020

With the holiday break kicking off to a cool start, people who celebrate traditional American holidays are beginning to prepare for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Around this time, people typically travel...

Three-year residency requirement isnt all bad

Three-year residency requirement isn’t all bad

Jordan Bruce February 27, 2019

I’ll say it outright: I think Trinity’s three-year on-campus residency requirement is a good thing. Many people may disagree, but I genuinely believe that having a campus community built around students...

Jordans Declassified Weekend Survival Guide

Jordan’s Declassified Weekend Survival Guide

Jordan Bruce November 8, 2018

There’s no right way to have fun on campus, despite what movies or television shows may depict. I’ve never enjoyed the party scene, so over the past two-and-a-half semesters I’ve come...

illustration by Liz Day, graphics editor

Point-Counterpoint: Two takes on the Second Amendment

Jordan Bruce April 9, 2018

“The right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed” — so states the Second Amendment. The Second Amendment, which allows citizens to possess firearms, has played a vital role...

Former Ohio senator Nina Turner, Vermont senator Bernie Sanders and former Texas agriculture commissioner Jim Hightower stand together at the March 9 political rally hosted by Trinity Progressives and Our Revolution Texas. This was the first major event handled by the interoffice Event Review Committee. The group aims to improve the way events are created and promoted on campus by establishing clearer communication between the offices involved in the planning process. photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer

TU establishes Event Review Committee to screen future speakers

Jordan Bruce March 22, 2018

This semester, the Event Review Committee (ERC), an interoffice working group, was created to prepare for events on campus. The committee most recently worked with Trinity Progressives (T-Prog) to host...

Illustration by Andrea Nebhut, staff illustrator

T-Prog brings Bernie Sanders to Trinity

Jordan Bruce March 1, 2018

By Jordan Bruce and Kathleen Creedon The Trinity Progressives (T-Prog), in conjunction with Our Revolution Texas, are bringing Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders to campus to speak with students on Friday,...

Photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer

Mabee swipe-sharing policy causes confusion

Jordan Bruce February 22, 2018

Mabee dining hall, and Aramark in particular, are often the target of students’ ire. But why? There is currently a policy against dining swipes being used for multiple people. Aramark and dining services...

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