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Animal Crossing players seek New Horizons

Animal Crossing players seek New Horizons

Kara Killinger April 9, 2020

Illustration by Andrea Nebhut This article is a part of the Trinitonian’s remote coverage due to Trinity University’s response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Click here to read the rest of...

As classes Zoom on, tutoring follows suit

As classes Zoom on, tutoring follows suit

Kara Killinger March 26, 2020

Photo provided by Robin Bissett This article is a part of the Trinitonian’s coverage of Trinity University’s response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Click here to read the rest of our coverage. Senior...

Porn (What is it good for?) Author talks desire

Porn (What is it good for?) Author talks desire

Kara Killinger February 13, 2020

Photo by Kate NuelleCan pornography destroy love?At a lecture in Northrup 040 on Wednesday, Feb. 12, Catholic author, speaker and life coach Steve Pokorny argued that it can. The lecture, entitled “How...

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In defense of making “bad” art

Kara Killinger August 29, 2019

Photo by Genevieve HumphreysI probably will never shut up about Katie Bennett, a musician I randomly encountered during the summer of 2018 when I was on this big indie music kick that never actually ended. Her...

FYE prepares students for “A Successful Life”

FYE prepares students for “A Successful Life”

Kara Killinger August 24, 2019

Photo provided by Amara AliAfter returning from her summer travels, Amara Ali only had two days to pack and get ready before she was set to arrive at Trinity on August 4. Bags packed, the first-year drove...

Trinity summer scrapbook

Trinity summer scrapbook

Kara Killinger August 23, 2019

Dinda Lehrman, researcher at the Rhode Island School of DesignYear: SeniorMajor: Studio artWhat I did this summer: I studied abroad with the Rhode Island School of Design in Azores (Portugal). We studied...

Declassified: Trinity translations

Kara Killinger August 16, 2019

Welcome to campus, Class of 2023! Coming to college is a bit of a culture shock, and you probably don’t know what anyone is talking about half the time. So, I’ve created this guide to some of the lingo...

Declassified: From friendly to desolate, a guide to study spaces on campus

Kara Killinger August 16, 2019

Trinity may be a small school, but our study spaces are as plentiful as they are different from each other. So that you don’t have to scramble — perhaps in the middle of the night — to determine...

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The troubling effects of volunteer journalism

Kara Killinger November 15, 2018

When I first arrived at the University of Edinburgh for my semester abroad, I knew I wouldn’t have time to get involved in many clubs — or “societies” as they say here — since...

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Memory vs. moments: Where’s the balance in life?

Kara Killinger November 1, 2018

This past weekend, I went on a student bus tour of the Isle of Skye in Northern Scotland. Each place the bus stopped could be a desktop background, which is probably why Kanye West and Harry Styles have...

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Enchanted and disheveled

Kara Killinger September 27, 2018

I’m writing again from the kitchen of my flat because it has a few more windows than my bedroom and the natural light — along with a cup of aggressively mediocre instant coffee — is the...

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We’re not so different, you and me: An introduction to Edinburgh

Kara Killinger September 11, 2018

So, I’m here! I made it! And Edinburgh, Scotland — surprise, surprise — is different from San Antonio. Here they say “sitting in or take away?” instead of “for here...

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