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The ends of hot dogs to the beginning of life

Lydia Duncombe May 2, 2014

I don't eat the ends of hot dogs. I split chicken fingers in half and eat them from the middle to the end but then don't eat the end. I only eat egg and cheese in my breakfast tacos and don't finish the...

Athletic department funds derive from annual university budget

Lydia Duncombe February 28, 2014

Last year, the athletic department at Trinity totaled $3,869,766 in expenses. These budget expenses came from travel, equipment, coaching salaries and facility upkeep for the 18 teams, nine for men and...

Trinity recruits athletes for performance on and off the field

Lydia Duncombe February 24, 2014

Solid academics balanced with the opportunity to play high-caliber athletics is a winning combination for 30 percent of Trinity students. Coupled with the work the admissions and coaching staff do, this...

Trinity makes its all-around mark as a Division III university

Lydia Duncombe February 2, 2014

There are many things that set Trinity apart from other schools. Our academic caliber, student-to-teacher ratio and the community feel we have "“ just to name a few. But, for athletics, the main component...

Trinity Revealed: Trinity sportsmen and women: athletes and scholars

Lydia Duncombe January 24, 2014

It's no secret that Trinity excels in sports. Last year alone, Trinity athletics captured 15 out of 19 Southern Collegiate Athletic Championship titles, which gave it a 78.9 percent winning percentage...

The dos and don’ts of being a college roommate

Lydia Duncombe August 22, 2013

Chances are you have already Facebook-stalked your roommate and made your assumptions about how the school year is going to go.  Throw those assumptions out the window. You have no idea how this year...

An athlete’s dedication to their team and self

Lydia Duncombe April 12, 2013

I can't count the amount of times I have missed something because of a sporting event. Even when I was little I remember missing friends' birthday parties because I had a soccer game. You think I would...

Men’s soccer beats Division I Southern Methodist University 2-1

Lydia Duncombe March 1, 2013

In the cold Dallas weather last Saturday evening, the men's soccer team played against Division I Southern Methodist University in a close battle that ended in a 2-1 victory. "This win means a lot....

My top five sports movies

Lydia Duncombe February 8, 2013

I have an obsession with sports movies. Any movie that features any kind of sport, I've watched. I'm particularly partial to the more inspirational movies, but then again, what sports movies aren't inspirational?...

What the Super Bowl can do for you

Lydia Duncombe February 1, 2013

You may not like football. I get that. Not everyone does. Chances are, if you don't like football, you aren't going to be reading this column... in the sports section. But for those who undoubtedly look...

May the best man (Te’o) win

Lydia Duncombe November 30, 2012

There's a lot of talk about who should win the Heisman Trophy this year. It's a hot topic of conversation every year, but this year the debate seems a little more controversial than usual. This is because...

Trinity on top, yet again

Lydia Duncombe November 10, 2012

I was searching the SCAC website for exciting news. No, I don't do this for casual fun. But the first thing that pops up on the page is an advertisement to shop in their new online store to get the "latest...

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