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Individualist policies are the opposite of wellness

Noelle Barrera September 9, 2020

As the fall semester begins, universities across the US have taken drastically different approaches to how their communities will learn this semester -- from having all-remote semesters, to a mixture of...

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First-year athletes discuss delayed collegiate debuts

Gail Grady September 2, 2020

Illustrated by Kate Nuelle The cancellation of the fall sports season left many first-year athletes disappointed that their lifelong dreams of playing collegiate sports would have to wait even longer....

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...

Trinitys new athletes adapt to college life

Trinity’s new athletes adapt to college life

Kelly Simmons October 3, 2018

College is full of firsts: first time being away from home, first time sharing a room and first time having unlimited access to Mabee’s chocolate chip cookies. College is a major change, and despite...

Surviving and thriving in your first semester

Surviving and thriving in your first semester

Noelle Barrera August 22, 2018

Making the transition from high school to college can be difficult. However, there are strategies and techniques that incoming students can use to make the upcoming year a successful one.Becca Burt, academic...

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Rock your first year; learn from my mistakes

Kara Killinger August 14, 2018

Hey, opinion section! I'm Kara, an incoming junior getting ready to send in some distant thoughts from Edinburgh, Scotland, where I’ll be studying abroad this semester. But before that, I want to...

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My Trinity family tree

Micaela Hoffman October 4, 2017

It's family weekend, which means a lot of parents are on campus "” upperclassmen flee while first-years welcome Mom and Dad into the dorms hesitantly, shoving piles of dirty clothes into the corners...

First-year students’ struggle prompts Quality Enhancement Plan

Daniel Conrad April 28, 2017

Amid rumors of an unusual number of Class of 2020 students at risk of academic probation and dismissal, university officials were unable to fulfill requests for comprehensive data on student performance...

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