Senior Column: 3 years of extras

Senior Column: 3 years of extras

Logan Crews, Editor-in-Chief April 27, 2023

I said goodbye to Trinity three years ago. Within two days of the news that COVID was not only interrupting our spring break but shutting down our university for the rest of the semester, I had driven...

Asmara goes to Alabama

Asmara goes to Alabama

Kara Killinger May 2, 2019
Discussing sediments and sentiments with a future Ph.D. candidate
illustration by Andrea Nebhut, staff illustrator

Striking a balance between money and ethics

Gabriel Levine April 14, 2018

Trinity prides itself on providing an education that leads students to think critically about the world, themselves and their role in the world. Yet, two years ago when I was a sophomore, I failed to meet...

photo by Amani Canada

Stress is relative, a frazzled senior realizes

Micaela Hoffman October 25, 2017

Just before the scariest holiday of the year, something truly terrifying happened to me. I failed a midterm. BOO! Happy Halloween, Mikki! Even when the truth is right in front of me, I keep denying,...

photo by Amani Canada

Discovering cooking through my parents

Gabriel Levine September 20, 2017

Living in a house off campus for senior year feels like a training run for independent living. Dishes have to be cleaned, floors have to be swept, furniture has to be purchased and trash and recycling...

Mitchell Globe has excelled on Trinitys football team throughout his four years here. Photo by Quinn Bender

Meet Mitchell: Four-year football letterman leads team on and off the field

Jess Jennings August 28, 2017

There's no doubt that Trinity's football team works hard as a unit every day, but some of them deserve an individual spotlight every now and then. Head coach Jerheme Urban says Mitchell Globe, senior linebacker,...

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