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Meaningful climate solutions demand substantial change

Ian Dill October 15, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutLast week, columnist Ben Falcon outlined a defense of capitalist solutions to the climate crisis. Though Falcon is correct to demand social change, there is a contradiction...

L2R: Sophomore Nate Glancy, senior Ian Dill, sophomore Sam Lair, and first-year Kenny Nelson Photo credit: Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh

Debate team tackles research, tournaments

Logan Crews October 3, 2019

Photo by Oliver Chapin-EiserlohBefore most Trinity debate team members were even packed for the fall semester, they were diligently researching this season’s topic: national space policy. The team...

Graphic by Alexandra Parris

Continuing the debate: Capitalism, communism, Mao

Ian Dill November 8, 2018

The recent article published by Maddie D’Iorio in defense of Tigers for Liberty’s “Commie Cookies” display is worth reading. It clearly establishes that Tigers for Liberty (TFL) is concerned with...

Graphic by Alexandra Parris

Commie cookies and Chinese caricatures

Olivia Roybal October 18, 2018

This Tuesday, Tigers for Liberty (TFL) set up a display in Coates about the horrors of Mao ZeDong’s leadership in China. The table featured “Commie Cookies,” fortune cookies stuffed with slips of...

Ansh Khullar and Ian Dill enjoy time spent practicing. photo by Elise Hester, video producer

Trinity debaters give up spring break, prepare for national tournament

Kara Killinger March 22, 2018

For Trinity sophomores Ian Dill and Ansh Khullar, spring break was no break at all. Instead of kicking back and watching TV or going on vacation with their families, the two students spent almost a full...

graphic by Tyler Herron

Snowflakes in January: What the MLK marches are really about

Ian Dill January 25, 2018

The white victimhood narrative espoused in Isaiah Mitchell’s recent column as the supposed motive for marching is frankly insulting to the thousands of people marching for diverse, warranted and vitally...

Sophomores Ian Dill, left, and Ansh Khullar, right, have been debating since their first year at Trinity. Photo by Stephen Sumrall-Orsak, staff photographer

Trinity debaters on track for national tournament

Kendra Derrig November 15, 2017

Last weekend, Trinity's policy debate team made its second showing in the elimination rounds of national tournaments this season. Of 133 entries, sophomores Ian Dill and Ansh Khullar nabbed the No. 22...

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