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Who are Zeta Tau of PSP?

Who are Zeta Tau of PSP?

Maria Zaharatos May 2, 2019

Greek life is an important part of many Trinity students' college experience, but it is not only limited to social fraternities and sororities. Many other types of clubs — ranging from service to...

Photo credit: Genevieve Humphreys

Department of Chemistry houses innovative research

Maria Zaharatos April 25, 2019

photo by Genevieve Humphreys"The Chemistry Department believes that the best way to learn chemistry is to do chemistry, and the best way to do chemistry is in the research laboratory," wrote Chris Pursell,...

Photo credit: Andrea Nebhut

Reflecting on TUPD’s presence, purpose

Maria Zaharatos April 11, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutA recent Washington Post article covered the changing legislation in Baltimore that would allow universities such as John Hopkins to shift from their current security force...

TDC offers a Taste of Diversity

TDC offers a Taste of Diversity

Maria Zaharatos April 11, 2019

Photo provided by Sandra NguyenStudents sat listening to the performances of their musically-inclined peers, stood around the Coates Esplanade chatting, and even tried foods which may have been foreign...

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Fiesta Medals: crazy collections and more

Maria Zaharatos April 11, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutCats, condoms, Jesus dressed in Spurs memorabilia — what do all of these have in common, you may ask? Well, they're just a few of the designs that have been engraved...

Participants reflect on 1869 Scholars mentorship program

Participants reflect on 1869 Scholars mentorship program

Maria Zaharatos April 4, 2019

Illustration by Genevieve Humphreys"While you're at college, the most important thing you can do outside of the classroom is to start building your personal panel of advisers, and your mentor can be one...

TigerThon celebrates over $14,000 raised

TigerThon celebrates over $14,000 raised

Maria Zaharatos March 28, 2019

Photo provided by Mattea ZeinstraChildren and students laughed around ping pong tables. Yellow and red balloons adorned the Calgaard Gym of the Bell Athletic Center. A DJ played upbeat music on a decorated...

Students pose with signs they made to protest the building of a chemical plant in a low-income neighborhood. Photo provided by Danyal Tahseen

Students travel, give back on Tiger Breaks

Maria Zaharatos March 23, 2019

Photo provided by Danyal TahseenWhen spring break comes around every year, Trinity students have many different plans, whether it is heading home, traveling or even staying on campus. However, a small...

Lisa Vetyuhova and Brian Holmes pose with a late of blini

Privyet! From the Russian Club

Maria Zaharatos March 20, 2019

Photo provided by Lisa VetyuhovaAfter many semesters of talk about creating a Russian Club, a few students have finally taken the initiative to put the idea into effect.Brian Holmes — senior English...

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A day in the life of the Diversity and Inclusion office

Maria Zaharatos February 28, 2019

Photo by Genevieve HumphreysWhen you walk into the Diversity and Inclusion Office (DIO) — nestled behind the stairs of the Coates Center — you will find a cozy open space with tables, a decorated...

Meet the Richters: A family of Trinity STEM alumni

Meet the Richters: A family of Trinity STEM alumni

Maria Zaharatos February 27, 2019

Photo provided by Nathan RichterNathan Richter, senior engineering major, comes from a family where most members work in STEM fields, specifically engineering. Involvement in the Trinity community is also...

Photo credit: Genevieve Humphreys

Dogs are Tigers, too: Training a Trinity service animal

Maria Zaharatos February 21, 2019

Photo by Genevieve HumphreysThese past few months, students may have noticed a new furry friend accompanying junior Russian major Alexandra Gass around campus and in classes. Gass currently lives off-campus...

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