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Farewell to the Past

Farewell to the Past

Thomas Harvell-Degolier May 2, 2019

photo provided by Thomas Harvell-DeGolier I’ve found my academic home at Trinity studying history. The department is dedicated to helping students and is filled with amazing people. Over my four...

Photo credit: Genevieve Humphreys

Author presents on feminism in China

Gabriella Garriga December 17, 2018

On Nov. 29, Leta Hong Fincher, journalist and author of "Betraying Big Brother: The Feminist Awakening in China," spoke to about 50 members of the Trinity community about her book, which describes reactions...

illustration by Julia Poage, staff illustrator

Vote: Lessons from East Asia

Gina Tam April 10, 2018

The Trinitonian has recently run a series of columns about the importance of civic engagement. From debating difficult issues with people with whom we disagree, to engaging with local politics, these pieces...

photo provided by Gina Tam

History classes teach empathy, too

Gina Tam February 25, 2018

“Why should I take a history class, Dr. Tam?” Indeed, this question is one that those of us in the humanities often are forced to address. In a world where our college graduates are increasingly...

graphic by Tyler Herron

Falling in love in Hong Kong

Gina Tam January 29, 2018

On our first date, he bought me a mooncake. We strolled through the park behind New Town Plaza, a sprawling commercial metropolis only two train stops from my residence at the Chinese University of...

Jeffery Wasserstorm visits campus. Photo from UC Irvine Website

China expert visits FYE this week

Victoria Abad October 25, 2017

Leaders of a 2014 pro-democracy protest in Hong Kong involving thousands of students were sentenced to prison this August. This is one recent example of China's storied legacy of youth protest, which is...

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