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Econ prof: Minimum wage hikes more trouble than they’re worth

Gabriella Garriga February 27, 2018

As an undergraduate, David Macpherson was determined to become an engineer. In his first year, he took engineering courses. Macpherson sat through calculus, physics, more calculus and more physics. Classes...

Communication Day gives students glimpse of future

Communication Day gives students glimpse of future

Gabriella Garriga February 21, 2018

What do you want your life to look like in five years? In 10 years? Thirty years? Graduating communication seniors got a glimpse of some of the career paths they might take last Friday at Communication...

Sidewalk Symposium: Living on or off campus for seniors?

Sidewalk Symposium: Living on or off campus for seniors?

Gabriella Garriga February 17, 2018

Caleb Barbor, senior finance major, lives in City Vista. “I think City Vista is a good middle ground. When you rent a house, you get more exposed to cooking and things like that, but when you’re...

Languages Across the Curriculum gains popularity

Languages Across the Curriculum gains popularity

Gabriella Garriga February 14, 2018

Dante Suarez, associate professor of finance and decision sciences, teaches a course titled "Doing Business in Latin America." In this class, students listen to lectures on international business laws,...

Audio Production class ushers students into new age of podcasting

Audio Production class ushers students into new age of podcasting

Gabriella Garriga February 14, 2018

The semester is finally starting to gain momentum and classes are getting harder. The homework is back, tests are starting and clubs have started their weekly meetings. Trinity students across campus breathe...

Keesha Middlemass lectures on prison reform

Keesha Middlemass lectures on prison reform

Gabriella Garriga February 7, 2018

Janaye is a convicted felon, but this is not her sole identity. Janaye is also a single mother who has been searching for sufficient housing for herself and her children for 10 years. According to the...

Culinary expert Brent Gorman improves Mabee dining

Culinary expert Brent Gorman improves Mabee dining

Gabriella Garriga February 5, 2018

Brent Gorman, executive chef for Trinity dining, used the skills he got from his family to become one of the top chefs in the nation. Gorman grew up in Greece, where his parents owned a restaurant,...

Experiential Learning revamps Tiger Breaks

Experiential Learning revamps Tiger Breaks

Gabriella Garriga January 31, 2018

Junior Susan Griffith stood in the frozen food aisle feeling hungry and regretting her decision to vote for lasagna. After spending all day cleaning up a New Orleans park, Griffith sat in the car for...

Illustration by Yessenia Lopez, staff illustrator

Reverse culture shock is real

Gabriella Garriga January 24, 2018

"Mom, I really don’t think I can handle this right now," said Destiny Hopkins, senior sociology major. For Hopkins, a trip to the supermarket last year turned hazardous. Standing with her mom in one...

Alli Roman, new director of Diversity and Inclusion, poses for a picture. photo by Stephen Sumrall-Orsak, staff photographer.

Allison Roman joins Trinity as director for diversity and inclusion

Gabriella Garriga January 22, 2018

Imon Ferguson, a 2017 graduate who majored in physics and mathematics, sipped his coffee in Einstein Bros. Bagels one fall morning of his senior year. This was no ordinary breakfast for Ferguson. He was...

Sophomore Rohan Walawalkar presents as part of TEDxTrinityUniversitys first event on effective study habits. Photo by Stephen Sumrall-Orsak, staff photographer

Student club brings TED talks to Trinity

Gabriella Garriga January 18, 2018

Fifteen years ago, Rohan Walawalkar sat in a car with his mom eating a candy bar — his ideal day. Stuck in traffic, Walawalkar savored every bite of his Cadbury treat, unconcerned with the local homeless...

illustration by Andrea Nebhut

Marrs McLean welcomes fuzzy new family

Gabriella Garriga January 15, 2018

Lawrence Kim, an associate professor of classical studies, walked into his first class of the year excited and blissfully unaware. Kim had been tasked with teaching an intro-level classics course, Classical...

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