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Trinity’s English faculty recommend their favorite novels

Trinity’s English faculty recommend their favorite novels

Three professors share their passion and admiration for literature
Lottie Correia, Arts Reporter February 22, 2024

Trinity University’s English professors have encountered a wide range of literature in their studies and in their work. Here, three share their book recommendations that reflect their passion for their...

Approach with caution: Some books are banned for a reason

Approach with caution: Some books are banned for a reason

We can be against book censorship without promoting harmful stories like “13 Reasons Why”
Aubrey Jackson, Arts & Entertainment Reporter October 13, 2023

I disagree with the notion that books dealing with dark, uncomfortable or even triggering topics should be banned from libraries. Some of the most impactful books I’ve read, such as “The Bluest Eye”...

We need to diversify English curriculum

We need to diversify English curriculum

Ashwini Vivek, Opinion Columnist October 19, 2021

The first time I read a book for school about South Asian individuals, by a South Asian author, was my senior year of high school. “The Namesake” by Jhumpa Lahiri followed a wife and husband that immigrated...

Photo credit: Genevieve Humphreys

What to watch, read and listen to while stuck at home

Editorial Board March 25, 2020
Trinity profs and staff provide their reccs for at-home entertainment
Pictures scream louder than words

Pictures scream louder than words

Jocelyn Suarez October 24, 2019
There’s nothing “comic” about these illustrated tales of horror
Why I love reading fantasy novels

Why I love reading fantasy novels

Austin Davidson September 5, 2019
How my summer reading transported me
Tuttle and Grissom brought to life in childrens book

Tuttle and Grissom brought to life in children’s book

Theresa Ho September 27, 2018
Trinity alumni create "Griss and Tutts" and turn Trinity community into animals
Colleen Hoelscher looks through files in the Rare Books room. photo by Stephen Sumrall-Orsak, staff photographer

A day in the life of the Special Collections staff

Maggie Lupo April 4, 2018

An atmosphere of quiet reverence perfuses the Rare Books room in Coates Library. The carpeted floor and weathered furniture lend a close, cozy ambiance, and each of the hundreds of books lining the walls...

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