Should I Laugh Or Cry

Should I Laugh Or Cry

Julia Weis May 2, 2019

Photo provided by Julia Weis. I didn’t think this moment would come so soon. Senior year, especially the spring semester, just flew by. And here I am along with my 600-something number of peers,...

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Eva Schloss, stepsister of Anne Frank, tells her story of surviving the Holocaust

Julia Weis March 21, 2019

Photo by Julia WeisEva Schloss met Anne Frank when she was 11 years old. The girls were playmates who lived in the same apartment building in Amsterdam, both from families who fled the Nazi regime in Germany...

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Best Off-Campus Housing: Rosemont

Julia Weis January 31, 2019

graphic by Alex ParrisRosemont is the ideal off-campus housing for seniors. Within walking distance to campus and not as expensive as City Vista, it's a winning combination. I'm currently living in a three-bedroom...

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MLK speaker Ijeoma Oluo lectures on dismantling systematic racism

Julia Weis January 29, 2019

Photo by Genevieve Humphreys"Resistance is a muscle to be exercised."These are the words of Ijeoma Oluo, the speaker for the 2019 Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Lecture. Oluo spoke to a crowd of...

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Green Goolia’s spring cleaning edition

Julia Weis January 29, 2019

Photo by Julia WeisThe start of the semester is the perfect time to begin your spring cleaning. If you're like me, Green Goolia, you might wonder if cleaning has to mean a million different fancy spray...

Coalition plans for relaunch in March of 2019

Coalition plans for relaunch in March of 2019

Julia Weis November 29, 2018

Education, academics and advocacy. These are the three pillars that the Coalition for Respect wants to focus its efforts on for the upcoming year. The coalition met on Nov. 28 for the first time with Sheryl...

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Why recycling is garbage

Julia Weis October 26, 2018

The only truly scary thing this Halloween is the fact that we're facing a climate crisis that's going to destroy the world in our lifetime. Instead of being spooked, we can try to make a difference as...

Reader beware...Its spooky out there

Reader beware…It’s spooky out there

Julia Weis October 24, 2018

This week at the Trinitonian, we're celebrating Halloween. Reactions seem polarized — everyone is either really excited or couldn't care less. Whether you love Halloween or hate it, try to take a...

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Overheard at Trinity post causes trinicat debate

Julia Weis October 19, 2018

When junior Abbi Bowen posted a photo of a mauled bird carcass on the Overheard at Trinity Facebook page, she was hoping to spark a debate about the role of cats on campus. “We just need to rile...

Green Goolia Part II: Skip the meat for Mother Earth

Green Goolia Part II: Skip the meat for Mother Earth

Julia Weis September 26, 2018

People tell you to go vegetarian or vegan to save the animals, but what about the environment? This week on Green Goolia: the environmental costs of a meat-based diet.Many people choose to exclude meat...

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How to be your best eco-friendly self

Julia Weis September 5, 2018

The truth is inevitable: Climate change is destroying our planet.The human race is causing massive destruction to the Earth, resulting in rising sea levels, the destruction of rainforests, air and water...

Soccer Mommy, also known as Sophie Allison, performed live in San Antonio this weekend. photo by Julia Weis, managing editor

Soccer Mommy dives deep into heartache

Julia Weis April 18, 2018

"Chill but kinda sad" is the self-described music style of Soccer Mommy, a Nashville-based indie group that came to San Antonio for the first time last weekend. Lead singer and songwriter Sophie Allison...

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