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Biden Defeats Trump — So What’s Next For Democrats?

Ben Falcon November 12, 2020

illustration by Ren Rader On Saturday morning, America's never-ending election finally came to a close. Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. has pulled off the difficult task of unseating an incumbent president....

Refusing to vote in the presidential election is dangerous

Refusing to vote in the presidential election is dangerous

Bella Spangher October 27, 2020

I try not to use generalizations in my writing, but I do not mince words when I type: Voting for Joe Biden is the most important thing any citizen of the United States can do right now. With this sentence,...

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Public schools are in crisis

Natalia Salas January 30, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutImagine you’re a public school teacher. You most likely wake up every morning at an ungodly hour to go teach at a school with the few resources you are given and the...

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Possible effects of the government shutdown loom over university

Jolie Francis January 23, 2019

While the United States Congress and president battle it out on Capitol Hill, Trinity University faces possible issues caused by the government shutdown. The federal government has been in a partial shutdown...

Illustration by Yessenia Lopez, staff illustrator

Tobacco 21 hurts San Antonio youth and government

Manfred Wendt January 24, 2018

The San Antonio City Council rang in the new year by raising the age required to purchase tobacco from 18 to 21. I was personally very disappointed by the decision, but not surprised at all. San Antonio,...

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Diane Graves, a passionate mentor

Nicholas Shockey November 9, 2017

What has been the most important part of your time at Trinity?  For me, it is the faculty who care deeply for their students, whose passion is helping students find their own. The right mentor can cultivate...

photo by Amani Canada

NPR troubles, or: The reign of Lulu

Camille Reyes October 23, 2017

I am an avid listener of National Public Radio (NPR), broadcast locally on KSTX. NPR is a bastion of quality journalism, or so it was. Lately, their journalistic standards are sliding faster than Trump's...

graphic by Tyler Herron.

Several departments host panel on Rohingya crisis

Kaylie King October 10, 2017

The departments of philosophy, sociology and anthropology and political science are hosting a panel discussion on Thursday, Oct. 12, concerning the current crisis that Rohingya people are facing in Myanmar....

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