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Previously, on SGA: Not Up For Debate

Previously, on SGA: Not Up For Debate

Kathleen Creedon February 20, 2020

The following covers the meeting on Feb. 19.RETENTION AND GRADUATION RATEVice president for Enrollment Management Eric Maloof, associate vice president for Academic Affairs Michael Soto and dean of students...

The Maverick Society: open to opinions and debates

The Maverick Society: open to opinions and debates

Cate Coe October 17, 2019

Photo by Oliver Chapin-EiserlohTo fully embody the definition of the word “maverick,” a person has to be an unorthodox and independently minded individual. They must break away from the current...

L2R: Sophomore Nate Glancy, senior Ian Dill, sophomore Sam Lair, and first-year Kenny Nelson Photo credit: Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh

Debate team tackles research, tournaments

Logan Crews October 3, 2019

Photo by Oliver Chapin-EiserlohBefore most Trinity debate team members were even packed for the fall semester, they were diligently researching this season’s topic: national space policy. The team...

Photo credit: Andrea Nebhut

Only those qualified should talk abortion

Bella Spangher August 29, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutImagine if Student A asked Student B the question “What do you think about the United States’ increasing abortion restrictions?” while waiting for their Spanish...

Debate sends two teams to nationals

Debate sends two teams to nationals

Victory Ogubuike April 8, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutTrinity Debate is once again sending members to the National Debate Tournament (NDT).The first team comprises first-years Samuel Grimsley and Nathan Glancy, and the second...

First-year TFL member Kurt Hardee, center-left, argued against strict gun control with Isaiah Mitchell, left, a sophomore member of the Trinity debate team. Sophomores Simone Washington, T-Prog member, and Ansh Khullar, member of the debate team, argued for stricter gun control. Photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer.

Student groups hold gun control debate

Bobby Watson November 29, 2017

To spread political awareness on campus, the Trinity University Forensic Society (TUFS) and the Contemporary, a student-run online publication that focuses on public affairs, hosted a debate over gun control....

Sophomores Ian Dill, left, and Ansh Khullar, right, have been debating since their first year at Trinity. Photo by Stephen Sumrall-Orsak, staff photographer

Trinity debaters on track for national tournament

Kendra Derrig November 15, 2017

Last weekend, Trinity's policy debate team made its second showing in the elimination rounds of national tournaments this season. Of 133 entries, sophomores Ian Dill and Ansh Khullar nabbed the No. 22...

Ansh Khullar and Ian Dill, center, stand with coaches Collin Roark and William Mosely-Jensen.

Trinity debate kick starts journey to the top in Georgia

Meredith Goshell September 27, 2017

On the weekend of Sept. 15, Trinity University sent six students to a policy debate tournament at Georgia State University. Policy debate, which features teams of two arguing the intricacies of a year-long...

Students gather in CSI prior to the debate. photo by Chloe Sonnier

Organizations host debate about immigration reform

Kaylie King September 26, 2017

The Trinity University Forensics Society and The Contemporary, a student-run public affairs journal, co-hosted a public debate last Wednesday in which students debated different stances on immigration...

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