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Rachel Boaz Toppel, Zachary Neeley and Brian Yancelson serve on a subcomittee that is organizing a voter registration contest. Photo credit: Kate Nuelle

TU Census and Voter Engagement Task Force prepares for November elections

Jake Perry September 10, 2020

Photo by Kate Nuelle“REMEMBER THERE’S AN ELECTION THIS FALL!” reads the all-caps, bolded print inside several professors' syllabi. Following are a list of election dates and hyperlinks...

Photo credit: Nadia Crawford

Shifting Gears: Jamie Thompson as New Assistant Dean

Linda Ready September 3, 2020

Jamie Thompson, longstanding director of Student Involvement and Trinity alumna, has recently taken on an additional set of responsibilities under the title of Assistant Dean of Students. This will be...

Previously, on SGA: The Grand Finale

Previously, on SGA: The Grand Finale

Kathleen Creedon April 23, 2020

The following covers the meeting on April 22.This was the final SGA meeting of the year, and both current and incoming SGA members were in attendance.PASS/FAILFor the past couple of weeks, SGA members...

Previously, on SGA: Zoomin' On

Previously, on SGA: Zoomin’ On

Kathleen Creedon April 2, 2020

The following covers the meeting on April 1. CLIMATE CHECK Adviser David Tuttle asked if any SGA members had thoughts, questions or concerns regarding the university's decision-making during the...

Previously, on SGA: No More NYT?

Previously, on SGA: No More NYT?

Kathleen Creedon January 23, 2020

This covers the meeting on Jan. 22.CLIMATE CHECKSophomore senator Esther Omegba said she had a friend from another university who sent her a presentation on a campaign to get locks for electric scooters...

Department budgets remain consistent

Department budgets remain consistent

Jolie Francis October 17, 2019

Graphic by Quinn ButterfieldDepartmental budgets endure multiple levels of discussion and rearrangement before receiving approval, and after all that, they rarely change. There are two kinds of budget...

Drunk tank transportations slow

Drunk tank transportations slow

Jolie Francis October 17, 2019

Graphic by Quinn Butterfield. In 2017, TUPD had transported 20 students to the detox center by the end of the fall semester. The number of transportations is down to three so far this semester. As for...

Previously, on SGA: And Then There Was One (Position Left Open in the Cabinet)

Previously, on SGA: And Then There Was One (Position Left Open in the Cabinet)

Kathleen Creedon October 14, 2019

The following covers the meeting held on Oct. 9.SGA has filled all open senator positions, as well as the vice president position. Sophomore Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh and senior Theresa Ho join as senators,...

RSOs and USOs to adopt new election schedule

RSOs and USOs to adopt new election schedule

Anoushka Dani September 19, 2019

Graphic by Quinn Butterfield In May 2020, the election timeline for university-sponsored organizations and registered student organizations will switch from a calendar-year model to the academic-year...

Photo credit: Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh

State expands anti-hazing law

Lindsay Morgan September 12, 2019

Photo by Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh.Correction: The original version of this article implied that faculty and staff advisers are responsible for informing student organizations about the new law. However,...

Photo credit: Quinn Butterfield

Fraternities collaborate aiming to decrease number of sexual assaults

Kathleen Creedon August 30, 2019

Graphic by Quinn Butterfield Members of Trinity’s fraternities and sororities are currently in a three-week first-year prohibition they’re calling the “Red Zone.” For the next...

Previously, on SGA: First of Many

Previously, on SGA: First of Many

Kathleen Creedon August 30, 2019

The following covers the meeting on Aug. 28. President Ty Tinker, senior, began the meeting by reminding the Senate that SGA is looking to fill multiple positions, both in the Senate and the Cabinet, and...

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