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Midterms and pandemic burnout

Midterms and pandemic burnout

Editorial Board October 21, 2020

With midterms still lingering on our calendars, we are all feeling the stress of making it to mid-semester. Managing Zoom classes has not been an easy feat, but we’ve made it this far.Since being...

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Recognizing privilege during COVID-19

Natalia Salas March 30, 2020

Illustration by Genevieve HumphreysFor this week, I was originally planning on writing a column about the normalization of burnout and being stressed to the point of exhaustion as college students. Given...

Lessons learned over break: The impact of growing pains

Lessons learned over break: The impact of growing pains

Nina Loya January 23, 2020

Illustration by Ren RaderI like to think that I'm a strong, resilient person, but almost every part of my first semester of college pushed me past the point of healthy growth. The bad outweighed the good...

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Preserving your energy

Emily Bourgeois September 5, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutI first wrote about burnout in the Trinitonian’s first-year guide, the Declassified. Burnout, the result of an individual chronically pushing themselves past exhaustion,...

Declassified: Avoiding burnout

Declassified: Avoiding burnout

Emily Bourgeois August 16, 2019

Illustration by Noelle Barrera In my time at Trinity, I have acquired a reputation for overcommitting myself. I wear many hats on campus. I have peer-tutored, presented research, held campus jobs, run...

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...

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