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Diversity and Inclusion task force begins meeting

Diversity and Inclusion task force begins meeting

Neha Kumar August 27, 2020

  Photos provided by Trinity University In the midst of a national reckoning on systemic racism and police brutality against Black communities, many universities are working to confront...

Being Black in Residential Life

Being Black in Residential Life

Ryann Williams October 17, 2019

Photo by Mona MirpourWhen you are hired as an RA, you are told that you have a responsibility as a leader on campus and a integritous reputation to uphold. You are told that your position as an RA is a...

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How not to appropriate culture this Fiesta

Noelle Barrera April 11, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutOne of San Antonio’s most famous traditions, Fiesta, is coming up soon with its annual festive floats, street vendors and crowded celebrations — and with it can...

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...

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Black lives will always matter

Kayla Padilla January 25, 2018

Dear Isaiah Mitchell, and anyone who agrees with him: Black lives matter. There’s so much to correct, but I’ll begin with the basics, the basics of being a human being. While it seems that “raging...

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Snowflakes in January: What the MLK marches are really about

Ian Dill January 25, 2018

The white victimhood narrative espoused in Isaiah Mitchell’s recent column as the supposed motive for marching is frankly insulting to the thousands of people marching for diverse, warranted and vitally...

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Racism is not dead

Natasha Sahu January 20, 2018

There are a few people who wanted to know why racism really butters my egg roll. I  give them the obvious answer: I’ve personally experienced it, it’s a rude thing to do, I want to be respected as...

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Why I did not march

Isaiah Mitchell January 16, 2018

There were a few people — friends, professors, Yolanda the Supreme Mabee Guard — who asked me if I was going to march on MLK Jr. Day. I would tell them no, that I had homework and so forth, that I...

President Danny Anderson

We need to have a difficult conversation

Danny Anderson October 5, 2017

"People who bring light into the world wrench it out of darkness and contend openly with darkness all of their days." I shared this quotation with faculty and staff during opening Faculty Assembly only...

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