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The academic honor council has continued conducting meetings and hearings over Zoom to address issues of academic dishonesty throughout the semester. Photo credit: Claire Sammons

Academic honor council sees a spike in cases

Gloria Farris October 29, 2020

With the online semester introducing a new set of opportunities for academic dishonesty, the academic honor council has seen a spike in cases this fall. “Unfortunately, we do have a lot more cases...

Jackpot! Rosie Davis finds her sociological imagination

Jackpot! Rosie Davis finds her sociological imagination

Logan Crews January 23, 2020

Photo by Elizabeth NelsonJackpot is a series in which we highlight a variety of students and their interesting lives. Every story highlights a different student, who we’ve selected at random. This...

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Graduate students held to academic and professional standards

Jolie Francis October 24, 2019

Photo by Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh Trinity’s graduate programs handle academic integrity violations through a version of the university’s original policy, approved 1996, which was once used for...

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Underclassmen cause majority of honor code violations

Jolie Francis August 30, 2019

Graphic by Quinn ButterfieldFirst-years and sophomores at Trinity have been the main perpetrators of honor council violations for the past few years. Specifically, about a fifth of the cases during the...

Honoring the Honor Council

Honoring the Honor Council

Kristian Adams November 15, 2018

Since 2003, the Academic Honor Council has written the Honor Code and heard numerous cases pertaining to violations to uphold academic integrity on Trinity for over a decade and a half, but who are the...

graphic by Tyler Herron

From the Editors’ Desk: Bid Day? Nah, rush Trinitonian

Editorial Staff February 1, 2018

This issue of the Trinitonian is dated for Friday: Bid Day. You’ll probably notice the line of people in Coates as they anxiously await their bid cards. If you don’t see them, you’ll almost certainly...

Senior Alexandra Uri searches for her signature from the fall 2014 Honor Code signing. 
Photo by Allison Wolff

Getting to know the Honor Code

Kaylie King August 17, 2017

The Academic Honor Code is an important part of the Trinity community. Because of this, the university will now invite families to watch first-year students sign it at the convocation in Laurie Auditorium...

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