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The toll of a pandemic on mental health, self–image

Dana Nichols September 10, 2020

There's so much to be anxious about right now. As someone with chronic anxiety, yes, that's always my opinion, but for many of us there really is more to be anxious about than ever before: our classes,...

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We are the ducks: wading through “duck syndrome”

Joshua Anaya February 6, 2020

Illustration by Andrea NebhutPicture a duck. It gracefully glides across the surface of a pond with a group of other ducks, all seemingly at peace. However, when you take a look below the surface of the...

Jackpot! Casey Fernhout finds purpose

Jackpot! Casey Fernhout finds purpose

Logan Crews October 23, 2019

Photo by Mona MirpourJackpot is a series in which we highlight a variety of students and their interesting lives. Every story highlights a different student, whom we’ve selected at random. This week,...

Declassified: Top fears of college first-years

Noelle Barrera August 16, 2019

"What if I lose my friends back home?" When I began my first year at Trinity in the ancient and hallowed year of 2017, I remember being worried that I wouldn't ever talk to my friends from high school...

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Don’t stress about it: Taking care of your mental health

Lori Kinkler January 29, 2019

There are many reasons why students visit Counseling Services; anxiety is often one of them. Students frequently come to me after having received a whole host of mixed messages. Most are aware of the rising...

Dealing with mental health in college

Dealing with mental health in college

Noelle Barrera September 20, 2018

While Trinity provides a variety of opportunities and enriching classes, college can also be stressful. Living independently for the first time and balancing schoolwork can make sleeping enough and socializing...

Former student finds joy in Austin

Former student finds joy in Austin

Kara Killinger April 11, 2018

Grace Cline spent three full semesters at Trinity, and she liked it here for the most part. She had great friends, she appreciated her professors and how much they cared about her as an individual, she...

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That monster, stress

Theresa Ho April 4, 2018

“Are you going to take a nap?” my boyfriend asked. “No,” I said. But I didn’t open my eyes. “You look like you’re going to take a nap,” he said patiently. “You’re wrapped up...

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“Cult” shows off Trinity writers, actors and directors

Abigail Wharton October 25, 2017

It's no easy task for students to write, produce, direct and act out a theatre production, but the folks behind "Cult" rose to the challenge and stuck the landing. Written by Holly Gabelmann and directed...

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