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Is there a recipe for survival in the music industry?

Is there a recipe for survival in the music industry?

Mai Vo, Opinion Columnist May 5, 2021

As the semester comes to a close, I feel it necessary to talk about endings — hopefully this won’t be my last article. I’ve always thought of the “beat” as something that represents not only...

What the film 'Ratatouille' can teach us about imposter syndrome

What the film ‘Ratatouille’ can teach us about imposter syndrome

Remy the rat’s high-profile career didn’t seem to convince him of his talent, but why?
Victoria Stringer, Opinion Columnist May 2, 2021

Most of you are likely familiar with the film “Ratatouille” (2007) as the greatest piece of cinematic art ever created, or at least one of the greatest movies of the 21st century and the winner of...

I practiced touch typing for 7 months and doubled my speed, and you can too

I practiced touch typing for 7 months and doubled my speed, and you can too

Tony Rodriguez, Guest Columnist April 27, 2021

No matter how old you are or what job you have, there’s a good chance that you use a computer on a daily basis, and in order to tell that computer to do most things, you have to type. Since people started...

China's Uyghur genocide must be condemned

China’s Uyghur genocide must be condemned

"Never again" seems to be happening again
Ben Falcon, Opinion Columnist April 23, 2021

Following the tragedies of the Holocaust, the international community proclaimed, “never again!” in what was a promise to never again allow the kind of human suffering that took the lives of over 6...

Say our names right: Respecting the humanity of marginalized groups

Say our names right: Respecting the humanity of marginalized groups

Even in news media, the names of AAPI's are often abridged or mispronounced
Mai Vo, Opinion Columnist April 21, 2021

To hear your name repeated back to you, in its correct pronunciation, is one of the simplest yet most powerful forms of acknowledgment. It is an indication of effort on the speaker’s part to respect...

Naming our introversion can help us be intentional about boundaries

Naming our introversion can help us be intentional about boundaries

If we aren't making space for ourselves now, we're less likely to do so in the future
Yukiko Yamazaki, Opinion Columnist April 16, 2021

After living with my suitemate this semester, I’ve been thinking a lot about boundaries and how to communicate them with others. Through this process, I also realized that the identification of being...

The Snyderverse: Part II – Snyder's director's cut

The Snyderverse: Part II – Snyder’s director’s cut

#ReleaseTheSnyderCut campaign resulted in the 242 cut being released
Om Dighe, Opinion Columnist April 14, 2021

After “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” came “Suicide Squad” and wow, there was a lot going on there. The trailer for “Suicide Squad” and the previous DCEU (DC Extended Universe) joint...

The story of Vietnamese people and nail salons runs deeper than a comedy skit

The story of Vietnamese people and nail salons runs deeper than a comedy skit

The beginning of the Vietnamese entrepreneurial spirit can be traced back to the 1970s
Mai Vo, Opinion Columnist April 9, 2021

Most Americans recognize Tippi Hedren for her starring role in Alfred Hitchcock’s horror film “The Birds” — but among the Vietnamese American community, her reputation is for something a little...

Fetishization of Asian women is not new

Fetishization of Asian women is not new

Seemingly "recent" AAPI hate crimes shed light on the long-standing objectification of Asian women
Yukiko Yamazaki, Opinion Columnist April 7, 2021

The “recent” news about Asian-American Pacific Islander hate crimes is not a sudden occurrence but one that’s been decades in the making, building upon racist stereotypes that serve white people,...

The Snyderverse: Part I - Dawn of Injustice

The Snyderverse: Part I – Dawn of Injustice

Snyder's 'Man of Steel' explores a darker interpretation of Superman
Om Dighe, Opinion Columnist March 28, 2021

It’s been four years since the release of “Justice League,” the fifth installment of the DC Extended Universe series of films. The film received a mixed reception and made $657.9 million on a...

EAST Statement

EAST in Solidarity with Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander members of the Trinity community
EAST March 26, 2021

East Asian Studies at Trinity (EAST) in Solidarity with Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander Members of the Trinity Community March 25, 2021 In his first prime time national address on March...

The Democratic party needs 'Never Trump conservatives'

The Democratic party needs ‘Never Trump conservatives’

A strong alliance between the two is long overdue
Ben Falcon, Opinion Columnist March 23, 2021

As with history, politics has a tendency to repeat itself if trendlines persist long enough. In the 1990s, it was the Blue Dogs who felt out of place in their party that began searching for a new home....

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