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Better the United Nations; veto the veto

Better the United Nations; veto the veto

Emma Power, Opinion Columnist October 13, 2022

The United Nations (U.N.) is an international organization whose function, as stated in its Charter, is to “unite [member countries’] strength to maintain international peace and security.” However,...

OPINION: A different kind of fallout

OPINION: A different kind of fallout

Russian athletes feel the heat in response to war in Ukraine
Caleb Reed, Sports Reporter March 18, 2022

Without a doubt, the war in Ukraine has had massive influences on the media landscape. News of events has come in rapidly, and there are new headlines everywhere we turn. Social media is alight with breaking...

Irrussianality and medieval legacies

Irrussianality and medieval legacies

Why Putin is mulling war with Ukraine
Ben Falcon, Opinion Columnist February 17, 2022

As I write this week's column, the loved ones of roughly 77,000 American soldiers stationed in Europe are praying for peace alongside millions of Ukrainians and Europeans who likewise want to avoid the...

Catching up with Studiers Abroad

Catching up with Studiers Abroad

Marielle Anne Sambilay February 12, 2020

Photos provided by Emily Richie, Amelia Mundell and Emily CruzThis time in the semester, students are beginning to think about and prepare for studying abroad in the fall. The Center for International...

Photo credit: Matthew Claybrook

From Russia to Trinity, with love

Noelle Barrera April 11, 2019

Photo by Matthew ClaybrookThe Holls met at Middlebury College in Vermont in 1987: Bruce Holl was working toward a master's degree in Russian literature and Masha Gedilaghnine was an exchange student from...

Ash Carter, left,  joins university president Danny Anderson, right, on stage at this year’s Flora Cameron lecture. The lecture series takes place annually and focuses on politics. Carter, former U.S. secretary of defense spoke at this year’s lecture. Carter focused on international security and foreign affairs. photo by Stephen Sumrall-Orsak, staff photographer

Former secretary of defense visits Trinity

Bobby Watson March 22, 2018

Former U.S. secretary of defense Ash Carter visited Trinity as this year’s Flora Cameron lecturer. Carter focused on international security, on changes in administration and on U.S. relations with foreign...

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