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Get to know us: people behind the paper

Get to know us: people behind the paper

Logan Crews, Editor-in-Chief September 22, 2022

For our fourth editorial of the semester, we’re going to get a little more personal. If you find yourself holding the Trinitonian in your hands every Friday, or waking up to our newsletter in your inbox,...

How to deal with eco-anxiety

How to deal with eco-anxiety

Logan Crews, Editor-in-Chief September 15, 2022

No matter how environmentally conscious you are or how often you think about climate change, its effects are hard to avoid. Forest fires, floods and extinctions are occurring everywhere you turn. Extreme...

The generation of adaptation

The generation of adaptation

Logan Crews, Editor-in-Chief September 8, 2022

It happens in more classes than one might think; history, of course, but also English. Economics. Theatre. Political Science. “Do you know where you were on 9/11?” The professors ask. “Wait, were...

Trinity gains new momentum: Vanessa Beasley arrives

Trinity gains new momentum: Vanessa Beasley arrives

Trinity’s 20th president’s first steps on campus come with other historic firsts
Logan Crews, Editor-in-Chief September 1, 2022

Before she had ever dreamed of being the president of Trinity University, Vanessa Beasley stood in front of Vanderbilt University’s first-year housing with two suitcases in hand. She had just driven...

Previously, on SGA: Divest Trinity resolution adopted

Previously, on SGA: Divest Trinity resolution adopted

Logan Crews, Editor-in-chief April 28, 2022

Climate Check First-year Ani Siva began Climate Check with a concern brought forth by Miller and Calvert residents about students destroying exit signs in their residence halls. A Residential Life Coordinator...

The bests and worsts of the year

The bests and worsts of the year

Logan Crews, Editor-in-chief April 28, 2022

Somehow, someway, we’ve reached the last Trinitonian issue of the year. Like everything else, Trinity’s campus newspaper has had an unpredictable year full of ups and downs, but the fact that you’re...

The search is on for Trinity’s next president

The search is on for Trinity’s next president

The Presidential Search Committee continues to review applicants
Logan Crews, Editor-in-Chief April 7, 2022

The search for Trinity University’s 20th president is well on its way as the Presidential Search Committee continues to receive and review applicants. Danny Anderson, Trinity’s 19th president, announced...

The balancing game between work and well-being

The balancing game between work and well-being

March 17, 2022

Your eyes burn staring at the blank document on your laptop screen. The light illuminates the empty Starbucks cup sitting on your desk—the second coffee you bought before the library closed. The words...

Self-preservation comes first for transgender youth

Self-preservation comes first for transgender youth

Logan Crews, Editor-in-Chief March 3, 2022

I know I’m not alone when I say I’m tired. As a student, there are already a million and two things to keep track of: papers, meetings and the email I forgot to send that I remember suddenly at 4:30...

Previously, on SGA: Mabee mishaps and calculator rentals

Previously, on SGA: Mabee mishaps and calculator rentals

The following covers the meeting on Feb. 16
Logan Crews, Editor-in-chief February 17, 2022

First-year Senator Ella Charbonnet kicked off Climate Check asking if there was any word on vending machines for menstrual products being installed in women’s restrooms. President Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh...

Wordle Sidewalk Symposium

Wordle Sidewalk Symposium

Logan Crews, Editor-in-chief February 10, 2022

In the past few weeks, the daily word puzzle game Wordle has taken the internet by storm. Created by a Brooklyn software engineer named Josh Wardle, the game has had an exponential boom in players since...

Director of Counseling Services Richard Reams shares his love for musical theatre with a special interest in Stephen Sondheim musicals. Beyond his office, Reams has a library of over 200 musical theatre history books and over 1,000 CDs of original cast recordings.

Richard Reams: reflections on musical theatre and community

Logan Crews, Managing Editor December 2, 2021

In 1994, Trinity’s director of Counseling Services asked then-Vice President for Student Affairs Coleen Grissom a question: would it be alright to hire an out psychologist? The answer was yes, and Richard...

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