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First-years John Hawes and Sean Mitchell eating dinner at Mabee Dining hall, an Aramark dining service.

Tigers Against Aramark continue push for contract repeal

Student-led group continues to push for alternative dining
Gloria Farris, News Intern December 31, 2020

Earlier this October, the student group Tigers Against Aramark (TAA) publicized the demand that Trinity break its contract with the food provider Aramark. After releasing a shared statement and sharing...

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New ICE Policy Looms Over International Students

Victoria Henretty August 27, 2020

Photo by Kate Nuelle In March, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE) released a policy that would prohibit international students from taking all of their courses online in the United...

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Trinity YDSA plans to organize leftist activism

Kara Killinger January 23, 2020

Photo provided by Noelle BarreraAccording to a 2019 Gallup poll, 43 percent of US adults believe some sort of socialism would be a good thing for the country. Trinity’s own chapter of the Young Democratic...

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Facilities Services investigates potential mold

Gabriella Garriga October 24, 2019

Photo by Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh Over the summer, there was a growth found in Chapman that resembled mold. However, it has not been tested and proven to be mold. Chapman residents have mixed viewpoints...

Photo credit: Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh

Initiative proposes more inclusive senate

Gabriella Garriga September 29, 2019

Photo by Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh The Faculty Senate is working to implement a new initiative that would allow contingent faculty members to serve and vote on the senate, the governing body for Trinity...

Why a teach-in?

Why a teach-in?

Gregory Hazelton September 19, 2019

Illustration by Genevieve HumphreysCo-written by Richard Reed, David Spener, Judith Norman, Alfred Montoya and Greg Hazleton“It is worse, much worse, than you think.” So begins the bestselling...

graphic by Tyler Herron.

Several departments host panel on Rohingya crisis

Kaylie King October 10, 2017

The departments of philosophy, sociology and anthropology and political science are hosting a panel discussion on Thursday, Oct. 12, concerning the current crisis that Rohingya people are facing in Myanmar....

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