Queer education can lessen transphobia

Queer education can lessen transphobia

Steven Drake November 14, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutTUSnaps is infamous for its harsh discourse, often at the expense of marginalized individuals. About two weeks ago, a discussion about transgender people and their mere existence...

Education receives $5 million Walton grant

Education receives $5 million Walton grant

Dominic Anthony October 17, 2019

Photo by Mona MinpourIn 1987, Sam Walton, a co-founder of Walmart Inc., created the Walton Family Foundation with the intention to fund the growth of charter schools. In the spring of this year Alice Walton...

Theyve got class (in more ways than one): MAT candidates aim for a successful year

They’ve got class (in more ways than one): MAT candidates aim for a successful year

Kara Killinger September 2, 2019

Photo provided by Angela BreidensteinTraditional education programs consist of four years of theoretical, methods-based courses, culminating in a student teaching experience when future teachers are expected...

Addressing our elitist education system

Addressing our elitist education system

Natalia Salas March 28, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutWe’ve all heard about the college scandal just a couple thousand times too many, so that’s not necessarily what I’m here to talk about. Quite frankly, you...

Photo credit: Andrea Nebhut

Public schools are in crisis

Natalia Salas January 30, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutImagine you’re a public school teacher. You most likely wake up every morning at an ungodly hour to go teach at a school with the few resources you are given and the...

graphic by Andrea Nebhut, staff illustrator

That monster, stress

Theresa Ho April 4, 2018

“Are you going to take a nap?” my boyfriend asked. “No,” I said. But I didn’t open my eyes. “You look like you’re going to take a nap,” he said patiently. “You’re wrapped up...

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We must welcome conversation

Danny Anderson April 4, 2018

The free expression of ideas is the cornerstone of higher education, especially a liberal arts education. Free and open expression is necessary for the intellectual and personal growth of our students....

graphic by Liz Day, graphics editor

Faculty clarifies fixed scholarships

Cathy Terrace February 22, 2018

Trinity scholarships are determined before students enroll at Trinity. However, once scholarships are awarded to students, the amount is fixed, despite changes in tuition. According to Eric Maloof, vice...

graphic by Tyler Herron

Ideology and utopia

David Rando November 6, 2017

Let's admit that just now our world could use a little sprucing up. I often think of the joke that dramatist Samuel Beckett has one of his characters tell about the world. A man hires a tailor to make...

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