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Lunar New Year nearly relocated before show

Gabriella Garriga November 13, 2019

Photo by Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh Last spring, the annual Lunar New Year celebration had a confirmed location and date. That wasn’t the case by this October, three months before the holiday. The scheduling...

Declassified: Diversity work requires work

Alex Motter August 16, 2019

For the first half of my life, I had terrible allergies. Starting in March every year it became progressively more difficult for me to breathe, despite the nasal spray and pills I would down each hour....

TDC offers a Taste of Diversity

TDC offers a Taste of Diversity

Maria Zaharatos April 11, 2019

Photo provided by Sandra NguyenStudents sat listening to the performances of their musically-inclined peers, stood around the Coates Esplanade chatting, and even tried foods which may have been foreign...

(left to right) Camden Lemond, Grant Peterson Photo credit: Matthew Claybrook

Time for a Lunar New Year

Noor Rahman February 14, 2019

Photo by Matthew ClaybrookBefore last year, Lunar New Year averaged around 300 people in attendance. Last year, over 600 people went. This year, the organizers expect even more. The event will ring in...

Students dissect the Model Minority Myth

Students dissect the Model Minority Myth

Naomi Scheer October 18, 2018

Trinity Diversity Connection (TDC), a group that aims to promote diversity on campus, recently held a discussion on the "Model Minority Myth." Junior Alex Motter, TDC's public relations coordinator, led...

Photo by Amani Canada, photo editor

Lunar New Year rings in Year of the Dog, attracts off-campus attention

Georgie Riggs February 21, 2018

  The Lunar New Year festivities filled Laurie Auditorium last Friday with a mixture of dance, orchestra and singing, incorporating both modern and traditional elements of Asian cultures to ring...

“Taboo,” a project by ALEX MOTTER and QUINN BENDER. The art installation focueses on how fashion and the restrictions placed around it directly affects how identities are permitted to be expressed. photo by AMANI CANADA, photo editor

Identity and external perspective explored in the “Mini”

Georgie Riggs January 31, 2018

In Julia Poage’s piece, “The America I’ve Inherited,” one of her three graphic novel-style drawings exhibited in the "Mini," she defines the phrase the '1.5 generation.' This term generally refers...

photo by Stephen Sumrall-Orsak, staff photographer

Trinity hires new gallery manager

Maggie Lupo January 17, 2018

The bright, airy Michael and Noemi Neidorff Gallery inside Trinity’s Dicke-Smith building stands empty right now. Soon, though, the gallery will display its first show of the semester, under the direction...

Trinity Review hosts Halloween open mic night

Bobby Watson October 31, 2017

On this past Monday, in the Tigers' Den, the Trinity Review held its annual Open Mic, an all-in-one scary story contest and a costume contest "” both of which were voted on by the audience. The event...

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