Theres no place quite like home (away from home) for the holidays.

There’s no place quite like home (away from home) for the holidays.

Sarah Fisher, Opinion Editor December 2, 2021

As you get older, it becomes harder and harder to recapture the same feeling of joy that you got from holidays when you were a kid. Kids get to enjoy free candy and presents while even young adults must...

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College Dating 101

Yukiko Yamazaki September 9, 2020

illustration by Ren Rader Going into your first year at Trinity, you will likely find yourself caught in college dating culture, either through your own experiences or your friend’s drama. I am sure...

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Sometimes going home is the best medicine

Nina Loya October 31, 2019

Illustration by Ren RaderI have been in college for two and a half months now, and I'm still homesick.Homesickness comes in all sorts of shapes, sizes and colors. As a matter of fact, it affects women... Photo credit: Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh

Trinity considers change to Carnegie Classification

Gabriella Garriga October 17, 2019

Photo by Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh.Trinity, which is classified as a Master’s College and University by the Carnegie Classifications of Institutions of Higher Education, may petition to move categories...

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Photo by Genevieve Humphreys

In defense of making “bad” art

Kara Killinger August 29, 2019

Photo by Genevieve HumphreysI probably will never shut up about Katie Bennett, a musician I randomly encountered during the summer of 2018 when I was on this big indie music kick that never actually ended. Her...

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Resist the urge to do everything

Natalia Salas August 22, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutI’ve recently become increasingly aware of how obsessed we are with productivity. We often brag about how busy we are and how little sleep we get. In fact, 40 percent...

31, 35, 39 years: Teaching at Trinity

31, 35, 39 years: Teaching at Trinity

Arsa Spahr November 14, 2018

In 1980, Jimmy Carter was president of the United States, the Berlin Wall was still standing, and Nina Ekstein had just started teaching at Trinity. Nina Ekstein, professor in the Department of Modern...

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Mabee Workers weigh in on serving college kids and working long shifts

Rachel Poovathoor September 27, 2018

Johnny Jackson Jr., pizza station worker at Mabee Dining Hall, has been working at Trinity dining services for about 10 years. “We wear name tags, you know, just look at a person’s name tag...

illustration by Julia Poage, staff illustrator

Growing into a healthier person

Theresa Ho April 18, 2018

Sometimes, I almost don’t recognize the person I am now. Before I got to Trinity, I rarely exercised when it wasn’t required, I always needed some kind of meat product in my food and I never slept...

photo by Henry Pratt

What can be done about killer college workweeks?

Dulce Davis April 7, 2018

Students attend universities to learn and to work. But as adults and high-paying clientele, students should be able to have reasonable expectations for this experience. If we consider the student’s week...

illustration by Yessenia Lopez, staff illustrator

Let’s get kinky

Sam Ortiz February 7, 2018

Valentine’s Day is here and talk about love and sex is not in the air. People are whispering in dark corners, afraid to be verbal and casual about conversations of the sexual nature. Why is that? I set...

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