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1869 Challenge spurs controversy

Lindsay Morgan September 28, 2019

Photo by Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh. The 1869 Challenge has sparked marketing scandals over problematic posts from Dining Services and the Athletics Department that elicited backlash from students. The 1869...

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Preserving your energy

Emily Bourgeois September 5, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutI first wrote about burnout in the Trinitonian’s first-year guide, the Declassified. Burnout, the result of an individual chronically pushing themselves past exhaustion,...

Declassified: Avoiding burnout

Declassified: Avoiding burnout

Emily Bourgeois August 16, 2019

Illustration by Noelle Barrera In my time at Trinity, I have acquired a reputation for overcommitting myself. I wear many hats on campus. I have peer-tutored, presented research, held campus jobs, run...

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University releases new political activity guidelines for RSO’s based on ACE memo

Kendra Derrig October 19, 2018

Many in the Trinity community have questioned the future of partisan political activity on campus over the last few weeks as the university worked to establish clear guidelines concerning political events...

ACE memorandum causes confusion

Kendra Derrig September 23, 2018

Trinity Progressives (T-Prog), the group responsible for bringing Bernie Sanders to campus last March, was almost at it again."This summer, we were in negotiations to get a currently-running congressperson...

photo by Stephen Sumrall-Orsak

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....

illustration by Andrea Nebhut, staff illustrator; graphic by Liz Day, graphics editor

T-Prog to “March For Our Lives”

Amber Adickes March 22, 2018

In response to the mass shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14, which resulted in the death of 17 students, a nationwide protest against gun violence called March For Our Lives, will be held....

On the way to her office, Claudia Stokes, professor and chair of the English department, found this poster hung up in Northrup Hall. Photo provided by Claudia Stokes.

Flying in the face of fascism

Kathleen Creedon December 6, 2017

Members of the Patriot Front, a self-described fascist organization, hung flyers bearing white nationalist messages around campus on Monday. One poster featured a map of the United States and the text...

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