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Kayla’s Kitchen: Chile rellenos and meat substitutes

Kayla Padilla September 16, 2020

photo by Kayla PadillaThis week, we’ll be talking about one of my favorite vegetarian meals of all time, chile rellenos. Despite what I said in my previous column, this recipe does include a ground...

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Socially – distanced sports everyone can play

Kayla Padilla September 16, 2020

Sports all over the nation are being cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19, but there doesn’t seem to be much talk about sports you can play while social distancing. Sure you can do individual activities,...

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Remembering Chadwick Boseman for how he lived

Kayla Padilla September 16, 2020

Chadwick Boseman’s abrupt death two weeks ago was revealed to be the end result of a 4-year-long battle with colon cancer. In the midst of the global pandemic and social unrest, coping with mass...

Previously on SGA: Zoom-bombing Prevention

Previously on SGA: Zoom-bombing Prevention

Kayla Padilla September 12, 2020

This covers the meeting on Aug. 26. CLIMATE CHECK Junior senator Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh mentioned that there are some Trinity members who are not following the health and safety guidelines and signs that...

Previously, on SGA: Spring Housing Planning, Already?

Previously, on SGA: Spring Housing Planning, Already?

Kayla Padilla September 12, 2020

CLIMATE CHECKSophomore senator Donya Ahmadi started off this week’s climate check by mentioning that she witnessed a few students huddled into a corner in the library without masks. Junior Chief...

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Asking for help during the pandemic

Kayla Padilla September 10, 2020

We’ve spent nearly half a year in quarantine, and there seems to be a lot of anxiety over how productive we should be. As the academic year begins, you may notice that you tire quicker than usual....

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Students find new meaning in Shakespeare during pandemic

Kayla Padilla September 10, 2020

While quarantine canceled most of the world’s plans, it provided some with the opportunity to embark on new creative journeys. I virtually met with junior Anthony Tresca to discuss how quarantine helped...

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Kayla’s Kitchen: Arroz con leche

Kayla Padilla September 3, 2020

photo by Kayla Padilla Arroz con leche, a timeless classic in Mexican households everywhere, translates to rice with milk. Rice has a way of bringing people and cultures together. Arroz con leche is...

Editorial: Who Needs to Play Fair, Anyway?

Kayla Padilla September 3, 2020

Oh, great. Is every editorial going to be about COVID-19 and how we all have to be strong for one another? We’re still deciding. In the meantime, however, we understand how disconnected our community...

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Kayla’s Kitchen: Fideo With Friends

Kayla Padilla August 27, 2020

Illustration by Gracen Hoyle Vegetarianism in the Latinx community has grown in the past decade, but sometimes family gatherings can leave you hungry for something more than side dishes. What if you’re...

SGA: Zoom-bombing Prevention

SGA: Zoom-bombing Prevention

Kayla Padilla August 27, 2020

This covers the meeting on Aug. 26.   CLIMATE CHECK Junior senator Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh mentioned that there are some Trinity members who are not following the health and safety guidelines...

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Quarantine doesn’t have to be a divorce sentence

Kayla Padilla April 14, 2020

Illustration by Andrea NebhutQuarantine would be an awful time to discover your partner is really annoying or has a pesky habit you can’t disregard. And yet, just that is happening to some of the...

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