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The Trinitonians gone digital (for now)

The Trinitonian’s gone digital (for now)

Editorial Board March 22, 2020

Welcome to an abbreviated, digital version of the Trinitonian. When we first sat down and discussed what would go into this issue before Spring Break, we imagined it would be a short and sweet back-to-school...

You belong here (but not you)

You belong here (but not you)

Editorial Board February 27, 2020
Reflecting on Benjamin Conway's "You Belong Here" vandalism: How does administration work to make this sentiment true?
Student activity fee should be protected

Student activity fee should be protected

Editorial Board February 20, 2020

Trinity's Statement on Student Rights and Responsibilities outlines students' rights to personal expression, public expression and an uncensored student-edited press. In the part describing public expression,...

Student voices are necessary

Student voices are necessary

Editorial Board February 13, 2020

In 2013, professor of political science David Crockett wrote in to the Trinitonian about a potential change in the definition of a credit hour. Crockett mentioned a meeting at which the the Faculty Senate...

Our role as consumers of news media

Our role as consumers of news media

Editorial Board February 6, 2020
In the modern era of news journalism, we as consumers are obligated to hold news sources accountable.
Journalism should represent everyone

Journalism should represent everyone

Editorial Board January 30, 2020
The week of the Student Press Freedom Day, we reflect on what it means to change the face of journalism.
Sustaining motivation in the new year

Sustaining motivation in the new year

Editorial Board January 24, 2020

It's hard to feel motivated after a semester of hard work and tireless effort, and that's what every spring semester feels like. Though winter break is a nice reprieve from back-to-back classes, hours...

Reflecting on the end of the decade

Reflecting on the end of the decade

Editorial Board November 21, 2019

“It’s been a good decade, would be nice to have another one. I’m just joking though because climate change.” That’s what our Special Sections editor, junior Noelle Barrera,...

SGA should be more consistent allocators

SGA should be more consistent allocators

Editorial Board November 14, 2019

In Fall 2009, Trinity’s Association of Student Representatives (ASR), known to us today as SGA, absorbed the duties of the Student Finance Board, a group that comprised students and faculty members...

Experience life outside of the Bubble

Experience life outside of “the Bubble”

Editorial Board November 7, 2019

Everyone likes to talk about the "Trinity Bubble." Most Trinity students feel comfortable within this mile radius in which we reside for at least three years, and it's kind of cool that alumni can come...

Balancing trust and accountability

Balancing trust and accountability

Editorial Board October 17, 2019

To be a public forum. To be a public record. To be a public source of news. These are three parts of the Trinitonian’s mission as the sole independent student-run news publication on Trinity’s...

Think about your health on a deeper level

Think about your health on a deeper level

Editorial Board October 7, 2019

There are a lot of ways to be healthy, and there are varying degrees to which people prioritize their health. There are those who bullet journal piously, then there are people who procrastinate by doing...

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