Photo credit: Andrea Nebhut

Meaningful climate solutions demand substantial change

Ian Dill October 15, 2019
A rejoinder to Ben Falcon’s “Capitalism is the solution to the global climate crisis, not the cause”
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The reality behind Andrew Yang’s plan

Andrew Barber September 18, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutAndrew Yang has generated a lot of buzz when it comes to his controversial policy known as “The Freedom Dividend.” Yang is a democratic candidate running for the...

Photo credit: Genevieve Humphreys

Economics Nobel prize winner talks transplants

Gabriella Garriga April 3, 2019
2012 laureate Alvin Roth brings economics out of the “ivory tower” of academia
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Possible effects of the government shutdown loom over university

Jolie Francis January 23, 2019
The extent of the impact is unclear, but the length of the shutdown is the biggest worry
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Don’t be satisfied with Amazon’s raises

Benjamin Gonzalez October 17, 2018
Livable wages and working conditions should be required, not applauded
infographic by Liz Day, graphics editor

Econ prof: Minimum wage hikes more trouble than they’re worth

Gabriella Garriga February 27, 2018

As an undergraduate, David Macpherson was determined to become an engineer. In his first year, he took engineering courses. Macpherson sat through calculus, physics, more calculus and more physics. Classes...

In the construction of CSI, Trinity gained $50 million. The university plans to maintain its debt through a 30-year plan. Photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer

How does Trinity handle its debt?

Bobby Watson February 15, 2018

According to Trinity's financial statements, the university gained $50 million in additional debt in connection to the construction of the Center for Sciences and Innovation. However, Trinity has a 30-year...

graphic by Tyler Herron

Why I did not march

Isaiah Mitchell January 16, 2018

There were a few people — friends, professors, Yolanda the Supreme Mabee Guard — who asked me if I was going to march on MLK Jr. Day. I would tell them no, that I had homework and so forth, that I...

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