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Morning/night routine for unplugging

Yukiko Yamazaki November 4, 2020

illustration by Gracen HoyleOne of the things I miss most about living on campus is spending most of my time in proximity to others. Having a roommate and suitemates, the ritual of getting ready in the...

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Senior Column: “It truly is just about trying to get through it, together.”

Connie Laing May 16, 2020

Photo provided by Connie Laing This is a part of our 2020 Graduation Issue. Click here to flip through the whole thing. As a depressed college student who obsessively overthinks, I often think...

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Tips and tricks for making your long-distance relationship work

Bella Spangher February 13, 2020

Illustration by Andrea NebhutI have been dating my boyfriend for more than three and a half years, and for that entire time we have only been able to see each other over school breaks. For some, this feat...

Jackpot! Elena Negron writes the waves

Jackpot! Elena Negron writes the waves

Logan Crews September 5, 2019

Photo by Mona MirpourJackpot is a new series in which we highlight a variety of students and the cool things they’ve done. Every story will highlight a new student, who we’ve selected at random....

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Trevino takes on clubs, orgs, capstones

Noelle Barrera May 2, 2019

Venture into Dicke-Smith art gallery and you will see Danielle Trevino's art hanging on the walls as part of the Senior Art Exhibition, "Eight Confessions." Trevino's artwork is a reflection of the end...

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Tiger content for days (and nights)

Rachel Poovathoor January 30, 2019

Graphic by Alexandra ParrisForget Netflix! Content made by fellow Tigers is available via streaming as well. TigerTV, Trinity’s on-campus television station, and KRTU, Trinity’s radio station,...

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Don’t leave students in the dark with grades

Benjamin Gonzalez January 18, 2018

Although many professors like to remind students that grades are not everything, they remain important to most of us as a benchmark for our success in and comprehension of a course. Additionally, maintaining...

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My time among the Deplorables

Gabriel Levine November 30, 2017

“You could put half of Trump’s supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables. Right? The racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic — you name it.” These words, uttered by Hillary...

After two years of retirement, Sammye Johnson is returning in the spring to teach her Arts Criticism course. photo by Amani Canada, photo editor

Sammye Johnson returns after two years of retirement

Dominic Walsh November 15, 2017

In May 2016, Trinity said goodbye to Sammye Johnson, distinguished professor emerita of communication, as she retired after 35 years at the university. But a few lucky students will have the chance to...

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Chinese pop culture course comes to Trinity in 2018

Abigail Wharton November 14, 2017

As students in a multicultural age, we are bombarded with media produced from all corners of the globe. This growing web of pop culture is by no means limited to the United States. A new course is coming...

illustration by Andrea Nebhut

What’s the beef? Ending food antagonism

Benjamin Gonzalez November 13, 2017

Nowadays, terms such as "˜vegan' and "˜vegetarian' carry loads of connotations along with them. It's become a common joke, but the stereotype of the "˜preachy vegan' often pops up in popular culture....

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What is the other side actually saying?

Gabriel Levine September 25, 2017

Much has been written about the current crisis of communication in America, the supposed difficulty of broaching difficult topics and, once those topics have been broached, the difficulty of maintaining...

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