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Make the break your own

Make the break your own

Logan Crews, Editor-in-Chief November 18, 2022

Thanksgiving break is weird as a college student. All breaks, really, are weird, but especially this week at the almost-end of the semester that gives you a second to catch your breath before throwing...

Double-check the checkmark

Double-check the checkmark

Logan Crews, Editor-in-Chief November 10, 2022

As of Wednesday of this week, any old Twitter user can get a blue verification check for the low cost of $7.99 a month. Well, “low” if you don’t count the cost of disinformation, digital identity...

Legendary journalists give perspective

Legendary journalists give perspective

Logan Crews, Editor-in-Chief November 3, 2022

Last weekend, three Trinitonian staff members set off to Washington D.C. only two hours after editors vacated the newsroom at 2:13 a.m. Student journalists from around the country flocked to the Grand...

Open letter to visiting alumni

Open letter to visiting alumni

Logan Crews, Editor-in-Chief October 20, 2022

Trinity isn’t the way you left it, for better or for worse (you can make that judgment for yourself, though). It’s not just the pandemic — it’s new leadership, new generations of students, new...

When your “unproblematic” favs let you down

When your “unproblematic” favs let you down

Logan Crews, Editor-in-Chief October 13, 2022

Whether you like it or not, Rex Orange County’s music has been inescapable over the past few years. Maybe you’re a superfan, or maybe like the Trinitonian production team, you hear songs like “Loving...

End the mental health competition

End the mental health competition

Logan Crews, Editor-in-Chief October 6, 2022

Today marks the end of Trinity’s Mental Health Awareness Week, a much needed call to attention for students, staff and faculty at this university. Through collaborations with Chapel | Spiritual Life,...

Retire the three-year residency requirement

Retire the three-year residency requirement

Logan Crews, Editor-in-Chief September 29, 2022

Trinity University isn’t the only university that is likened to a “bubble,” but given the size of our campus and its placement within the seventh largest city in the country, the Trinity bubble is...

Get to know us: people behind the paper

Get to know us: people behind the paper

Logan Crews, Editor-in-Chief September 22, 2022

For our fourth editorial of the semester, we’re going to get a little more personal. If you find yourself holding the Trinitonian in your hands every Friday, or waking up to our newsletter in your inbox,...

How to deal with eco-anxiety

How to deal with eco-anxiety

Logan Crews, Editor-in-Chief September 15, 2022

No matter how environmentally conscious you are or how often you think about climate change, its effects are hard to avoid. Forest fires, floods and extinctions are occurring everywhere you turn. Extreme...

The generation of adaptation

The generation of adaptation

Logan Crews, Editor-in-Chief September 8, 2022

It happens in more classes than one might think; history, of course, but also English. Economics. Theatre. Political Science. “Do you know where you were on 9/11?” The professors ask. “Wait, were...

$10,000 is not enough

$10,000 is not enough

Logan Crews, Editor-in-Chief September 1, 2022

Student loans are a beautiful, ugly thing. Without them, our college experiences would be a lot different, if we had them at all. How many less teachers, doctors, social workers, scientists would there...

The bests and worsts of the year

The bests and worsts of the year

Logan Crews, Editor-in-chief April 28, 2022

Somehow, someway, we’ve reached the last Trinitonian issue of the year. Like everything else, Trinity’s campus newspaper has had an unpredictable year full of ups and downs, but the fact that you’re...

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