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The danger of individualism in America during COVID-19

Yukiko Yamazaki October 14, 2020

illustration by Gracen HoyleBeing a second-generation American immigrant, I straddle the lines of being culturally American and culturally Japanese. My parents made sure that Japanese culture and values...

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Trinity prepares for a virtual Fall Family Weekend

Neha Kumar September 16, 2020

Photo provided by Trinity University This year's Fall Family Weekend, while historically an opportunity for parents to reconnect with their students mid-semester and attend in-person events, will be...

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Zooming in on the Chapel Spiritual Life fellows

Dana Nichols April 7, 2020

File photoThis article is a part of the Trinitonian’s coverage of Trinity University’s response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Click here to read the rest of our coverage.Community, connection...

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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...

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Even in mourning, we have to hold others accountable

Kathleen Creedon January 30, 2020

Illustration by Andrea NebhutThis week, I’ve been thinking of Kobe Bryant’s survivor. I've been thinking about his wife, his children, his millions of fans and everyone else who is grieving...

Diwali brings together Trinity community

Diwali brings together Trinity community

Savannah Wahlgren November 7, 2019

Photo by Genevieve HumphreysThis past Saturday, the Trinity community gathered in Laurie Auditorium for the South Asian Student Association’s (SASA) annual celebration of Diwali, one of the major...

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Supernatural tales from the Valley

Kayla Padilla October 24, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutMexican culture is often alluded to when speaking of urban legends in Texas; however, two points should be made clear when thinking of their historical context. One, these...

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More than wearing a costume

Alexandra Parris September 13, 2019

Photo provided by Wolf's Ink PhotographyPicture this: You’re on a family vacation in San Antonio for Labor Day weekend. On the blistering hot morning you plan to take your kids to see the Alamo,...

Declassified: Diversity work requires work

Alex Motter August 16, 2019

For the first half of my life, I had terrible allergies. Starting in March every year it became progressively more difficult for me to breathe, despite the nasal spray and pills I would down each hour....

The importance of sports communities

The importance of sports communities

Austin Davidson November 5, 2018

Last weekend, I helped coach my cousin’s three vs. three soccer tournament. Since his team was all dressed as Minions, I, of course, had to wear my Minion onesie to maintain the theme. As I stood...

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Why I attended the March for our Lives

Emily Bourgeois April 4, 2018

It began like a normal day. I was in seventh grade at the time — 12 years old — and had stayed up the night before studying for a geography exam. The periods came: first, second, third and fourth....

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Seeking community in the trash that is “The Bachelor”

Georgie Riggs January 24, 2018

For 22 seasons, it's been a fact universally acknowledged that a group of 20-something women will enter an inordinately staged mansion in a fruitless plea for the titular Bachelor. More interestingly,...

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