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Remembering Hurricane Harvey’s impact

Natalia Salas September 5, 2018

On Aug. 18, 2017, I walked out of my house at 4 a.m. with all my things packed in my dad’s car and jokingly saying goodbye to all the objects I saw around me. “Goodbye chair, goodbye bed, goodbye...

Photo by Chloe Sonnier

A proposal for the Welcome Week Concert

Austin Davidson February 20, 2018

Planning an event that over a third of Trinity University will, hopefully, attend is a daunting task. It requires months of organization and dozens of moving pieces all working perfectly together. This...

graphic by Tyler Herron

From the Editors’ Desk: The year at home and abroad

Editorial Staff November 30, 2017

As the year comes to a close, we can’t help but reflect. We all just spent time with families and friends thinking about what we’re thankful for and now it’s time to think back on what we’ve gone...

From left to right, Colton Hawkins, Olive Pertuit, Harry Bellow, and William Butler watch the game in excitement. Photo by Amani Canada

Astros win first World Series

Elise Hester November 2, 2017

A city once in ruin, submerged in the floodwaters of a hurricane, emerged to earn a historic World Series championship. Rewind to Aug. 31, 2017, when at noon, 34-year-old Justin Verlander signed with the...

photo by Chloe Sonnier

I-Chis and Sigmas rock out to benefit victims of Hurricane Harvey

Ariana Razavi September 12, 2017

On Aug. 26, Hurricane Harvey struck the coast of Texas, causing major damage to the cities of Rockport, Corpus Christi and Houston. The flooding in Houston especially caught the nation's attention, as...

Many San Antonio gas stations ran out of gas daily due to a high demand after Hurricane Harvey hit Texas. Photo by Kathleen Creedon

Rumors of gas shortage incite frenzy

Cathy Terrace September 12, 2017

This past week, Texas faced extreme gas shortages and long lines at fill up stations around the state. Following Hurricane Harvey, rumors spread that gas would run out. Though no evidence was supported...

Seniors Cole Murray, Constantine Kouldukis and Gabriel Levine remove a tree from the yard of their house on Princess Pass, adjacent to campus. Photo by Daniel Conrad

Campus Houstonians prevail over hurricane harms

Kendra Derrig September 5, 2017

Hurricane Harvey's impact on campus is undeniable. The storm devastated the Houston area the weekend of Aug. 26 as the wettest tropical storm in US history. With winds up to 130 miles per hour, it damaged...

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