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Learning a new language as a reflection of yourself

Mai Vo, Opinion Columnist December 30, 2020

Pianos. Bikes. Mattresses. Cameras. Glasses. These are all inventions that were created with the benefit of language. Language seems so intimate to us and visceral to our life experiences. Indeed, it is...

Photo credit: Andrea Nebhut

An evening with Kafka, an eternity with Animals

Kayla Padilla September 8, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutLast semester, I was enrolled in Dr. Rando’s Literary Methods course. As a queer woman of color, I figured that the methods most interesting to me would be on queerness,...

Drowning out the white noise to make our own

Drowning out the white noise to make our own

Kayla Padilla February 21, 2019

Cowritten by Natasha Sahu; Illustration by Andrea NebhutSince our time at Trinity, we’ve both encountered countless instances where we didn’t know how to pronounce a word, didn't know the name...

Photo credit: Genevieve Humphreys

Departments across campus search for new faculty

Gabriella Garriga January 23, 2019

Departments across Trinity are currently conducting searches for new professors this year. In each department — political science, computer science and English — the search looks a little different. In...

Jennifer Egan lectures on latest novel

Julia Weis February 27, 2018

In front of a crowd of English nerds and lit fans, Pulitzer Prize - winning author Jennifer Egan gave a lecture on her process of creative writing and research. Egan discussed her latest and fifth novel, Manhattan...

illustration by Andrea Nebhut, staff illustrator

Trinity’s arduous professor-picking process

Casey Fuller February 11, 2018

Trinity has pretty awesome professors. Perhaps you’ve noticed this? Professors whose novels come out on Vintage Books. Professors who are the Poet Laureate of the State of Texas. Professors spirited-off...

Sidewalk Symposium: studying for midterms

Sidewalk Symposium: studying for midterms

Madelyn Gaharan October 11, 2017

Shravya Prahbu, sophomore: "To prepare for any exam, it's best to start prepping ahead of time, not just when midterms come around. So, just making sure you're keeping up with your readings and...

Upcoming events through Trinity's Humanities Collective. Graphic by Tyler Herron

Newly formed Humanities Collective promotes interdisciplinary learning

Meredith Goshell October 2, 2017

In the spring of last year, faculty members from various humanities disciplines got together and created the Humanities Collective. The Collective was created as an attempt to highlight and promote events...

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We are all Shipwrecks: An interview with Kelly Grey Carlisle

Austin Davidson September 5, 2017

When I was given the opportunity to interview Kelly Carlisle, associate professor of English at Trinity, I had no idea how widely known she was. Even when I interviewed her she never mentioned the fact...

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