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ASL Club at their first meeting

The Culture of Communication: Trinity’s ASL Club Promotes Inclusivity

Trinity’s ASL Club introduces a collaborative and expressive form of communication to interested students
Lauren Roddis, Pulse Reporter September 15, 2022

When Sydney Crowther, senior psychology major, was 13 years old and living in Australia, she had a friend who was hard of hearing and knew Australian Sign Language (Auslan). In an attempt to further connect...

Katy Capps signing culture Photo credit: Matthew Claybrook

American Sign Language club signs on

Cate Coe September 19, 2019

Photo by Matthew ClaybrookJunior Zoe Lacey founded the American Sign Language club in 2018, during her first-year spring semester. Her original intention in creating the club was for it to be a place for...

Rohan Walawalker, founder of Trinitys TEDx club, discusses the organizations inception. photo by Stephen Sumrall-Orsak, staff photographer.

New student organizations start first full semester

Maggie Lupo January 24, 2018

Chess. Fencing. Swing dancing. Knitting.These are just a few of the options available to Trinity students who want to get involved on campus doing things they love. But what if, for some reason, the thing...

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