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Guest columnist Ethan Crane

Guest Column: A chance to rescue our future

Ethan Crane is a senior philosophy major and economics minor and the outgoing outreach chair for Eco Allies.
Ethan Crane, Guest Columnist May 5, 2022

Last week, our student body’s representative government officially called on Trinity to divest its endowment from fossil fuels. The Student Government Association (SGA) resolution to divest is a historic...

Guest Column: Open letter to Young Conservatives of Texas — Do better

Guest Column: Open letter to Young Conservatives of Texas — Do better

Sam Grimsley is a member of the debate team and is a SGA senator for the class of 2022.
Sam Grimsley April 8, 2022

Dear Young Conservatives of Texas (YCT), This past Monday I had the displeasure of attending the speech given by the guest you all so kindly invited to campus to talk about critical race theory (CRT)....

Q: Do you have any specimens you took from the field?
A: Yes, absolutely! This is not a very gorgeous piece, but it’s a lava I collected in Iceland. Basically, we teach this course, we’re teaching it this spring, we’ve only offered it two times before, once in 2014 and one in 2018, so it’s not very frequent, and we meet in the spring semester once a week and we talk about all kinds of aspects of Iceland, not just the geology. Each student has to do a research project on what we are talking about that interests them and then we finish the semester; two weeks later, we meet in Minneapolis and we fly to Iceland ... we’re there for about 12-15 days, and we go all around the island. Students go finish their papers and then we go to the location of their research and talk to someone that is an expert in their field. So, for example, we’ve had students study a specific volcano, and we’ll get as close as we can to it. It’s a lot of fun.

TU Cribs: Don’t take these office hours for granite

Macks Cook, Pulse Editor September 30, 2021

Have fears of the unknown ever kept you from attending office hours? Are you nosy about the interests of your professors, but you can’t quite find a proper reason to sign up for a meeting with them?...

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