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New semester’s resolutions

Sarah Haley August 23, 2017

A few weeks ago, I was preparing to board a last-minute flight to a part of Mexico I'd never been to, along with someone I barely knew, who I'd met through a corporate intramural sports team during my...

What tangled, partisan knots we tie

Sarah Haley March 31, 2017

Regardless of whether one views modern American society as a shameful proto-fascist era or a long-awaited return to our founding greatness, the one thing we all seem to be able to agree upon is the unfortunate...

In six words: white women need to do more

In six words: white women need to do more

Sarah Haley February 16, 2017

This academic year, there has been a notable improvement in the inclusion and representation of black excellence in speakers at Trinity. We've been moved by Nikki Giovanni, inspired by Michael Sam, entertained...

A thank you note

A thank you note

Sarah Haley February 2, 2017

Opinion columns are bound to be controversial, but personal attacks aren't valid arguments There's an old saying by American writer and philosopher Elbert Hubbard, frequently misattributed to Aristotle:...

Forward, Together

Forward, Together

Sarah Haley November 14, 2016

The morning of election day, I woke up early to register for classes. Just like any other Tuesday, I brushed my teeth, washed my face, went to therapy and grabbed some overpriced seasonal coffee on my...

Dummies and liberal institutions

Dummies and liberal institutions

Sarah Haley October 29, 2016

Saturday morning I woke up to a Facebook notification from Trinitonian opinion editor Daniel Conrad. "Sarah Haley ur famous," he commented on a post in Overheard at Trinity, the Facebook page that functions...

Seniors, lend me your ears (of corn)

Seniors, lend me your ears (of corn)

Sarah Haley October 10, 2016

Between graduate school applications, career fairs and capstone projects, the Class of 2017 seems to be collectively feeling the impending reality of post-undergraduate adulthood looming on the horizon....

Graphic by Tyler Herron

Criticism for Kanye West’s Saint Pablo Tour: Devilishly Disappointing

Sarah Haley September 30, 2016

I used to love Kanye. And I will admit, albeit begrudgingly, I somehow still do. But when I sit down to remember the 21st night of September, wherein I piled into UT Austin's Frank Erwin Center along with...

Freshii juicing: Healthy or Harmful?

Freshii juicing: Healthy or Harmful?

Sarah Haley September 25, 2016

Standing in the long lunch-rush line at Freshii "” a phenomenon juniors and seniors have come to half-jokingly blame on the swollen class of 2020 "” I scan the menu, graphic design, and the products....

Grownups, millennials, and adulting

Grownups, millennials, and adulting

Sarah Haley August 26, 2016

In order to write about adulting, I had to add it to Microsoft Office's dictionary. But it is a word, and a verb, according to both Urban Dictionary and the American Dialect Society (ADS). To adult is...

Let's taco-bout San Antonio food

Let’s taco-bout San Antonio food

Sarah Haley August 18, 2016

Living in San Antonio presents a unique opportunity to consume some of the greatest tacos on earth. While tacos from chain restaurants like Torchy's and Taco Bell are available, as is the first-ever Taco...

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