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Living in the moment

Living in the moment

Mia Garza March 2, 2017

I've heard many Trinity students complain about the rule demanding that students live on campus for three years, but I haven't yet heard an argument valid enough to convince me that living on campus isn't...

Small schools can have big problems

Small schools can have big problems

Mia Garza February 27, 2017

When choosing colleges, high school seniors often rule out schools that are too big, like Texas State University, which has 33,480 students enrolled. Class sizes at schools like that are often large too,...

Picture Jesus at Trinity

Picture Jesus at Trinity

Mia Garza February 9, 2017

I often regard Jesus of Nazareth as one of my role models. Despite whatever religious standpoint you may have, Jesus' overall value as a person during his life on Earth was one of undoubted goodness. I...

Feeling grown up but a child at heart

Feeling grown up but a child at heart

Mia Garza January 19, 2017

As I sit in my childhood room, which is still garnished with soccer trophies, my own art, a stuffed animal or two and other relics from my past life, I can't help but feel a little "¦ younger. College...

Females are fearless and strong as hell

Females are fearless and strong as hell

Mia Garza December 5, 2016

When I was little, I made decisions about my appearance based on how it affected my ability to play. I cut my long hair off because it got in my face when I was wrestling with my brother, I wore mostly...

Coffee is bad for you

Coffee is bad for you

Mia Garza November 14, 2016

According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, caffeine is a drug. It shares this category with alcohol, marijuana, cocaine and heroine. Sure, it's a bit drastic to compare caffeine to heroine, and...

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Americans in Europe: A college student’s relationship with Ernest Hemingway

Mia Garza October 29, 2016

Ernest Hemingway could be one of the many authors you studied in high school English class who was brooding and "important" for one reason or another. When I was in high school, that's exactly what I...

The best places to run near campus

The best places to run near campus

Mia Garza October 10, 2016

When I was in high school, I hated running. It made my side hurt, it made me sweaty and it was pretty boring to boot. I'd do anything to avoid it. Now I feel the exact opposite way: I love going on...

Framing the scene

Framing the scene

Mia Garza October 1, 2016

In the past, San Antonio has been overshadowed by the cultural oddity of Austin and the overabundance of museums in Houston, but San Antonio is starting to have an up-and-coming cultural scene all of its...

Tales from our (crazy) Trinity predecessors

Tales from our (crazy) Trinity predecessors

Mia Garza September 26, 2016

As my last year at Trinity is now fully underway, I've been spending more time pondering this institution, what it means to me and how unique it is. I've come to the conclusion that Trinity is a hidden...

Trinity University of Witchcraft and Wizardry

Trinity University of Witchcraft and Wizardry

Mia Garza August 26, 2016

I'm one of many children who grew up wishing they could attend  the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry from the wildly famous "Harry Potter" books. So when I went off to college and ended up...

Seven people youll meet during your first week

Seven people you’ll meet during your first week

Mia Garza August 18, 2016

New Student Orientation (NSO) can feel both scary and incredibly exciting. During this crazy week, you're bound to meet some version of these seven people: Your Roommate At the end of the summer,...

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