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Remember when you wanted what you currently have?

Evan Chambless November 28, 2018

As I write this, it’s November 22 — Thanksgiving Day. I am sitting alone on a hostel bed in Budapest, and all I can think about is the glorious day when I board the plane headed for home. I...

Hungary under lock and key

Hungary under lock and key

Evan Chambless October 7, 2018

Following — or possibly leading — a recent trend within Europe, Hungary has proven to be a very conservative country when it comes to immigration policy, among other things. Like the United States'...

Being self-aware while abroad

Being self-aware while abroad

Evan Chambless September 23, 2018

Don’t worry, everyone — I’ve finally made it to Budapest. I’d like to take this opportunity to draw on both my past and more recent travels: I have come to notice how being a tourist, both conspicuous...

Budapest or bust

Budapest or bust

Evan Chambless August 23, 2018

Welcome to my oh-so-clever and original column from abroad — I don’t believe anyone on the Trinitonian has ever done this before! This past summer I’ve been bracing myself, both body...

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The good, bad and ugly of San Antonio

Historical and Cultural Good: McNay Art Museum This 24-room Spanish colonial-revival house turned art museum is really an artwork in itself. Wander around the maze of paintings, drawings, sculptures...

Best For Trinity 2018

Best For Trinity 2018

Editorial Staff January 17, 2018

Winner: Bird Bakery Finalists: Bakery Lorraine, Nothing Bundt Cakes OK, I get it — the cupcakes are delicious. The tables are twee. And the latte is filled with enough sugar to make it more dessert...

Illustration by Andrea Nebut and Tyler Herron

Is a picture really worth a thousand calories?

Georgie Riggs and Evan Chambless November 29, 2017

Have you ever driven halfway across town for a subpar, overpriced, yet maddeningly appealing food item that Instagram seduced you into buying? It’s an experience that most of us have probably fallen...


First generation Pathways problems

Evan Chambless August 30, 2017

The Pathways curriculum is not as straightforward as the name suggests. As a junior, I've been attempting to navigate this curriculum with little success since its implementation in the fall of 2015. Only...

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