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Get deputized and help us save our democracy

Carson Bolding September 30, 2020

photo provided by Carson Bolding Are you registered to vote? Can you name more candidates than the two white men at the top of your ballot? Have you made sure your grandma is planning to vote by mail so...

SGAs role in campus change is performative

SGA’s role in campus change is performative

Benjamin Gonzalez February 25, 2020

Illustration by Andrea NebhutWhat is the purpose of a student government? Who is it made for? According to our own Student Government Association's (SGA) constitution, its first purpose is to "[advocate]...

Carson Bolding, left, and her roommate Ngân Trần, riding through District 1 of Ho Chi Minh City. They had just returned from grocery shopping for ingredients to make spring rolls for Vietnamese Independence Day. Photo credit: Carson Bolding

Keeping up with Ho Chi Minh City is easy as riding a motorbike

Carson Bolding November 22, 2019

Photo provided by Carson BoldingPresident Obama summed up my initial thoughts on Ho Chi Minh City on his visit to Vietnam in May of 2016: “I’ve never seen so many motorbikes in my life.” In...

Taylor Volzer Photo credit: Matthew Claybrook

SGA to face position vacancies at beginning of next year

Kaylie King May 2, 2019

Photo by Matthew ClaybrookThis fall, three members of the Student Government Association (SGA) will be leaving their roles to study abroad. Because members of SGA are elected or appointed for the full...

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Student Involvement drafts revisions to campus policies, this time with student input

Jolie Francis February 6, 2019

Photo by Genevieve HumphreysAfter pushback from student organizations regarding the adoption of the ACE memorandum to regulate student events, Student Involvement has started working directly with the...

Engaging, civically and Twitter-ly: Carson Bolding leads the charge

Engaging, civically and Twitter-ly: Carson Bolding leads the charge

Maria Zaharatos November 17, 2018

This year, sophomore Carson Bolding registered approximately 75 voters, has promoted civic engagement and affected change, all between being a full time student and being a public relations officer for...

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Three finals in one day? You can change that

Jolie Francis November 15, 2018

Following revisions to the Courses of Study Bulletin, students will no longer be required to take three final exams in one day. The new policy puts a formal procedure into effect for coordination between...

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Trinity Students react to midterm elections

Gabriella Garriga November 8, 2018

After months of registering voters, block walking for candidates and driving friends to the polls, Trinity students gathered to watch the final, nerve wracking moments of the midterm elections. This year’s...

Actions speak much louder than votes

Noelle Barrera October 26, 2018

We are in the middle of the early voting period for 2018's midterm. For students interested in local and national politics, this transition may give way to a new set of questions: what are ways to stay...

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University releases new political activity guidelines for RSO’s based on ACE memo

Kendra Derrig October 19, 2018

Many in the Trinity community have questioned the future of partisan political activity on campus over the last few weeks as the university worked to establish clear guidelines concerning political events...

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Students promote civic engagement as voter registration deadline nears

Gabriella Garriga September 5, 2018

Mid-term elections are around the corner, and students on campus are spending the months before organizing, canvassing, registering and preparing the Trinity community. Trinity groups across the political...

illustration by Andrea Nebhut, staff illustrator; graphic by Liz Day, graphics editor

T-Prog to “March For Our Lives”

Amber Adickes March 22, 2018

In response to the mass shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14, which resulted in the death of 17 students, a nationwide protest against gun violence called March For Our Lives, will be held....

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