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Letter to the editor

Letter to the editor

Arianna Siddiqui February 21, 2019

Dear Editor,I am the social media coordinator for the Trinitonian. As such, every day I highlight stories from the paper on our social media platforms. I do this job because I love the Trinitonian. Though...

Take advantage of campus journalism

Take advantage of campus journalism

Editorial Board August 23, 2018

As you get more settled into the new year, we at the Trinitonian urge you to think about what makes you excited and angry about our campus. We hope that you will see the Trinitonian as an opportunity to...

The Balreira family, photo provided by Jeanna Balreira

Letter to the editor: Equality for Trinity’s staff parental leave

Jeanna Balreira April 25, 2018

To the Editor: I appreciated the opportunity to give some thoughts and feedback as a part of the article from last week’s issue, “New Parental Leave Policy for Trinity Faculty.” While I thank Trinitonian...

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We don’t need more dead white guys’ literature

Carl Teegerstrom April 22, 2018

Responding to complaints about not reading enough dead white guys by using the work of a dead white guy: In the last issue of the Trinitonian there was a column bemoaning how the Pathways curriculum...

illustration by Julia Poage, staff illustrator

Letter to the editor: Renters’ rights aren’t so bad

Greg Pape April 18, 2018

To professor Christine Drennon, director of the urban studies department, and Bobby Watson, Trinitonian reporter. This is to provide a response to some of the representations in the April 14 Trinitonian...

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Letter to the editor: I’m not proud of TU

Denise Boehm April 13, 2018

Esteemed Editor: Your April 4 Trinitonian editorial, “Don’t stop donating over Parscale” implies that Trinity only found out about the possibility of Parscale’s alleged malfeasance regarding...

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Letter to the Editor: Describing mental health

Harold Maio April 11, 2018

In response to Noelle Barrera’s April 4 column, “Admirable movement, flawed manifesto.” Three metaphors that are, to me, problematic appeared in the article. First, “According to the Guardian...

Letter: Go out and vote!

Letter: Go out and vote!

Maddie Kennedy February 28, 2018

As a Trinity Progressive officer, one of my main aspirations is to encourage Trinity’s community to engage with local politics ahead of the 2018 midterm election cycle. A key part of this involves the...

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Answering the teach-in’s questions

Cristian Vargas September 12, 2017

Last Friday, I had the privilege of speaking to several students at the Senate Bill 4 teach-in in Coates University Center. Admittedly, I had not originally planned on doing so, but was given the opportunity...

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