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Student-run publication ‘The Tower’ aims to bring an alternative news source to campus

Kaylie King February 28, 2019

Photo by Genevieve HumphreysThe Tower, a publication which is edited and written by several Trinity students, has recently risen in visibility among the Trinity community. The publication, formerly called...

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Lost without a party: Voting while Catholic

Luke Ayers November 8, 2018

This is a jointly-written article from two writers who have, shall we say, slightly differing political leanings. One of us used to be president of Tigers for Liberty and espouses traditionalist conservative...

Exorcist clarifies misconceptions around demonic possession

Exorcist clarifies misconceptions around demonic possession

Gabriella Garriga November 1, 2018

In preparation for Halloween, some Trinity students spent a night learning about the misconceptions surrounding possession, demons and exorcism from Mark Clarke, pastor at St. Anthony High School in San...

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University releases new political activity guidelines for RSO’s based on ACE memo

Kendra Derrig October 19, 2018

Many in the Trinity community have questioned the future of partisan political activity on campus over the last few weeks as the university worked to establish clear guidelines concerning political events...

Tigers for Life brings pro-life speaker to campus

Tigers for Life brings pro-life speaker to campus

Jolie Francis October 3, 2018

Tigers for Life (TFL) sponsored a lecture from Darlene Pawlik, vice president of pro-life organization Save the 1, who discussed her personal story of sexual assault and her “no exceptions”...

Reflecting on faith amidst controversy

Reflecting on faith amidst controversy

Luke Ayers September 3, 2018

I formally joined the Catholic Church at the Easter Vigil Mass in 2014, but my belief had been Catholic for months before that. Since that time, I have remained certain that becoming Catholic was the single...

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Response: Porn’s not the problem, sexual assault is

Benjamin Gonzalez February 21, 2018

The idea that pornography and a casual sexual culture are at the root of sexual assault is a crude misapplication of blame that, when pinned to the #MeToo movement, belittles the struggles of those who...

Porn, casual sex and the #MeToo movement

Porn, casual sex and the #MeToo movement

Maddie D'iorio February 14, 2018

Co-signed by Luke Ayers When the stories of sexual assault, harassment and general impropriety began to surface, often with #MeToo, neither of us were particularly surprised. We really, really wanted...

Victoria Lange, left, introduced Christina Wang, center, and Saundra Decker, right, as the two women who would be sharing the stories of their experiences with abortion. Though Lange acted as an interviewer in this session, all six members of Abortion Hurts, God Heals are women who have found healing in faith post-abortion. Photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer.

Tigers for Life sponsor post-abortion talk

Cathy Terrace January 24, 2018

For many, having an abortion is a life-changing decision. For the advocacy group called Abortion Hurts, God Heals, the post-abortion healing process starts with one's faith. Guest lecturers from the group...

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