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The New American Expat Generation: At the Bottom of My Suitcase

Mai Vo November 12, 2020

illustration by Gracen Hoyle When it comes to the term “expatriate,” many people differ on the definition. For me, it was the simple idea of not missing out on my chance to live life as fully as...

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Travel paradises come with a cost

Natalia Salas November 7, 2019

Illustration by Ren Rader“Traveling” was my immediate answer when anyone asked what I was looking forward to during my semester abroad. By the looks of the Instagram and Snapchat stories of...

Drowning out the white noise to make our own

Drowning out the white noise to make our own

Kayla Padilla February 21, 2019

Cowritten by Natasha Sahu; Illustration by Andrea NebhutSince our time at Trinity, we’ve both encountered countless instances where we didn’t know how to pronounce a word, didn't know the name...

photo by Amani Canada

Insensitive and intolerable

Micaela Hoffman January 14, 2018

January 12 is not a typical day for Haitians. At least not since 2010. Eight years later, and they are still recovering from the devastating earthquake that took place on January 12. The morning this...

photo by Miguel Webber

Thoughts from abroad: Celebrating Halloween in Spain

Soleil Gaffner October 27, 2017

Studying abroad is one of those once-in-a-lifetime opportunities that is hard to pass up. But missing your favorite American holidays while abroad will always make you think twice. Halloween is undoubtedly...

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