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The bests and worsts of the year

The bests and worsts of the year

Logan Crews, Editor-in-chief April 28, 2022

Somehow, someway, we’ve reached the last Trinitonian issue of the year. Like everything else, Trinity’s campus newspaper has had an unpredictable year full of ups and downs, but the fact that you’re...

Finals are hard. Eat a vegetable.

Finals are hard. Eat a vegetable.

Alejandra Gerlach, Managing Editor April 21, 2022

It’s that time of year again. It seems like everyone on campus is suffering from some form of allergies, be it a runny nose or a relentless cough. While seasonal allergies are nothing new, this round...

The dreaded question

The dreaded question

Logan Crews, Editor-in-Chief April 14, 2022

In high school, it was “where are you thinking of going to college?” In college, it’s “what will you be doing this summer?” While it can be difficult not to scream, cry or run away when...

Post-pandemic Trinity and its traditions

Post-pandemic Trinity and its traditions

Alejandra Gerlach, Managing Editor April 7, 2022

As the end of the school year approaches, the class of 2022 is preparing to graduate and step into the real world. Their departure will change the Trinity community, leaving the class of 2023 alone to...

SGA engagement and the health of the student body

SGA engagement and the health of the student body

Logan Crews, Editor-in-Chief March 31, 2022

Applications for Student Government Association (SGA) positions for the 2022-2023 academic year were due on March 30. In fact, the deadline was extended by senior Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh, president of SGA,...

The power of print and the battle for The Battalion

The power of print and the battle for The Battalion

Alejandra Gerlach, Managing Editor March 24, 2022

There is power in print. Historically, newspapers have been compelling, powerful tools to inform people about current events, address important issues and circulate ideas. This is even truer for small,...

The balancing game between work and well-being

The balancing game between work and well-being

March 17, 2022

Your eyes burn staring at the blank document on your laptop screen. The light illuminates the empty Starbucks cup sitting on your desk—the second coffee you bought before the library closed. The words...

How to post ethically as a social media journalist

How to post ethically as a social media journalist

March 3, 2022

A Pew Research Center study published in January 2021 reported 53% of U.S. adults get their news from social media. As a result, an interesting phenomenon has occurred in which individual social media...

The responsibility to uplift and amplify

The responsibility to uplift and amplify

February 24, 2022

In an interview with the Trinitonian, Demitrius Brown, Dean of Students, said that one of the biggest benefits of engaging in Black History Month is that we become advocates for one another. That we practice...

Students deserve more following City Vista closure

Students deserve more following City Vista closure

Editorial Board November 18, 2021

Seven months ago, students were informed on April 29, 2021 that City Vista, the university-owned and -operated off-campus apartment complex, would be closed for the 2021-2022 academic year. Those who had...

The role of the Trinitonian

The role of the Trinitonian

Dana Nichols, Editor-in-Chief November 11, 2021

As Trinity’s sole independent student-run newspaper since 1912, the Trinitonian serves as a link between community members across campus and beyond. We report on prominent aspects of the student experience,...

An inclusive campus needs gender neutral restrooms

An inclusive campus needs gender neutral restrooms

Editorial Board November 4, 2021

As Trinity makes big steps toward fulfilling its Campus Master Plan with the construction of the Halsell Center and the up-and-coming Dicke Hall, there is great potential for smaller changes that can help...

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