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I was a teenage (and twentysomething) journalist

Sarah Fisher, Editor-in-Chief April 25, 2024

I’ve treated most of these editorials like personal diary entries, which I’m sure they’re not supposed to be, but this is my last issue of the Trinitonian — so let me have this one more time. Honestly,...

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Change is slow, don’t stress yourself about it

Sarah Fisher, Editor-in-Chief April 18, 2024

In my first editorial, I wrote about how cool it was to get the opportunity to make our time at Trinity our own, to create a new Trinity experience in the wake of traditions that seemed lost to COVID,...

Previously, on SGA: USO funding continues

Previously, on SGA: USO funding continues

Sarah Fisher, Editor-in-Chief April 11, 2024

The following covers the meeting on April 10. Climate Check Secretary Alexis Aguallo asked why majors are not included on diplomas, and President Danny Nguyen told her to ask the registrar. Junior...

Previously, on SGA: USO funding starts with a bang (a meeting that lasted over 3 hours)

Previously, on SGA: USO funding starts with a bang (a meeting that lasted over 3 hours)

Sarah Fisher, Editor-in-Chief April 8, 2024

The following covers the SGA meeting on April 3rd Faculty Handbook Approval Orrin Shindell, associate professor of physics and astronomy, presented to SGA to gain its approval of a proposed update...

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I get that you love your dog — but don’t let it jump on me

Sarah Fisher, Editor-in-Chief March 30, 2024

I’ve had a phobia of dogs for as long as I can remember. No, I don’t have a specific trauma related to a dog attacking me or anything, which I feel like I should explain based on the number of times...

Previously, on SGA: Mental Wellness Initiative update

Previously, on SGA: Mental Wellness Initiative update

Sarah Fisher, Editor-in-Chief March 21, 2024

This covers the SGA meeting held on March 20 Climate Check Senior Senator Maria Duenas asked about the broken doors at City Vista, and Vice President Caterina Mora advised her to submit a work order....

Dr. Ruth J. Simmons spoke with President Beasley during a Friday keynote.

Roots Commission tells the truth about history

Researchers elucidate the university’s history with white supremacy
Sarah Fisher, Editor-in-Chief March 7, 2024

On Feb. 29 and March 1, Trinity University hosted “Rooting Trinity University’s History: Past, Present & Future,” a series of lectures and discussions that marked the culmination of a project...

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Go to that guest lecture — it’s worth it

Sarah Fisher, Editor-in-Chief March 7, 2024

I attended the Roots Commission conference last Thursday and Friday, and it was an incredible experience. Now for a little bit of a shameless plug, if you want to know more about the conference and what...

‘Avatar’ remake misses certain key elements

‘Avatar’ remake misses certain key elements

In an attempt to be more ‘mature,’ the series loses some of the original’s depth
Sarah Fisher, Editor-in-Chief February 29, 2024

The new live-action “Avatar: The Last Airbender” (“A:TLA”) opens at the beginning of the war that looms over the whole series. The audience is immediately greeted with an action-packed chase sequence...

Previously, on SGA: Dining and ResLife and Block Party and SGA allocation increase and constitutional review, oh my!

Previously, on SGA: Dining and ResLife and Block Party and SGA allocation increase and constitutional review, oh my!

Sarah Fisher, Editor-in-Chief February 29, 2024

This SGA meeting took place on February 28th, 2024 Climate Check Senior Senator Lucy Orosco asked if anything could be done about the very old library charging ports, and President Danny Nguyen notified...

You don’t owe anyone anything … or wait, maybe you do

You don’t owe anyone anything … or wait, maybe you do

Sarah Fisher, Editor-in-Chief February 22, 2024

It has been a long week. A series of long weeks, actually. Exhausted, overwhelmed, fed up with everyone and everything, ready to snap at the next person who dared to ask me a question about something I...

Don’t cry because it’s over, cry because it mattered

Don’t cry because it’s over, cry because it mattered

Sarah Fisher, Editor-in-Chief February 15, 2024

Today I got accepted into my second law school. It’s fantastic and relieving news, especially considering that I decided that law school was even something I wanted to do kind of late in the game. But...

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