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Guest column: Danny Anderson Response to The Trinity Way

Danny Anderson September 10, 2020

illustration by Gracen Hoyle Early summer seems a distant memory, clouded by anxieties produced by the arrival of COVID-19 to our community. Almost immediately, another diseased system demanded our...

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In response to Isaiah Mitchell’s message

Jared Tincher April 11, 2019

Illustration by Genevieve HumphreysMr. Mitchell (and I will address this to Mr. Mitchell, though in reality I mean to address YCT as an organization, as well as the students who have read your previous...

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Arguing in defense of pro-choice rights

Frannie Kennedy-Long March 28, 2019

Photo by Henry PrattUnless you have managed to isolate yourself from any sort of political news, you have probably heard a lot about abortion lately. The Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act was...

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Analyzing the history of the “Me Too Movement”

Gemma Smith February 28, 2019

Illustration by Genevieve HumphreysIn 2017, actress Alyssa Milano tweeted, “If you’ve been sexually harassed or assaulted, write ‘me too,’” and brought the Me Too movement...

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What did you notice?

Alexander Serna-Wallender February 27, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutA month ago Mary Oliver, one of the great contemporary poets, passed away at the age of 83. Her poetry is a beautiful blending of the natural and the spiritual, the very real...

Drowning out the white noise to make our own

Drowning out the white noise to make our own

Kayla Padilla February 21, 2019

Cowritten by Natasha Sahu; Illustration by Andrea NebhutSince our time at Trinity, we’ve both encountered countless instances where we didn’t know how to pronounce a word, didn't know the name...

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Deplatforming: a losing political strategy

Benjamin Collinger February 21, 2019

Illustration by Genevieve HumphreysIn the Feb. 15 edition of this paper, Benjamin Gonzalez argued for the “right to deplatform hate speech” in order to deny “racists and xenophobes from...

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Acknowledging everyday racism from Trinity’s past and present

Jessica Jennings February 21, 2019

Photo by Henry PrattTrinity is not our home and never has been. I've reviewed some of the archived articles submitted to the Trinitonian by the predecessors of the Black Student Union and found them to...

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Learning to embrace my asexuality

Natasha Sahu November 8, 2018

This past February, the Trinitonian published Elise Hester’s open letter about her asexuality. From then up until this point, I’ve been on my own journey to figuring out my sexuality — or possibly...

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The role of university chaplain on the 21st century Trinity campus

Danny Anderson April 26, 2018

Transitions are complex moments. They include mourning for what is left behind and excitement for what is to come. This spring we will experience a transition as Stephen Nickle, University Chaplain and...

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Reflections on my first year at Trinity

Noelle Barrera April 26, 2018

This May, my first year of Trinity comes to a close. Papers from long-forgotten classes will be thrown into the trash, friends will be said goodbye to, a scary-looking food particle from behind the fridge...

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In defense of dead white literature

Isaiah Mitchell April 25, 2018

My good friend and archenemy Manfred Wendt wrote an article a couple of Trinitonians ago calling for another mandatory great books course, namely with more Plato and Shakespeare (assumedly metonymically,...

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