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Andrew Walker (he/him, 2023, Political Science and Sociology major)and Xander Hancock (he/him, 2022, Business Administration with a Concentration in Marketing, and Spanish). Photo credit: Claire Sammons

TUPS presents “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare”

Joshua Anaya November 5, 2020
Theatre troupe adjusts to unconventional performance practices to follow safety requirement
Photo credit: Nadia Crawford

Students find new meaning in Shakespeare during pandemic

Kayla Padilla September 9, 2020
Trinity students begin weekly virtual meetings to read through and discuss Shakespeare.
Photo credit: Andrea Nebhut

We shouldn’t be expected to be productive in isolation

Kayla Padilla March 19, 2020
Imposing high expectations on students and others affected by quarantine hinders one's ability to rest and recover
photo provided by Isaiah Mitchell

In defense of dead white literature

Isaiah Mitchell April 25, 2018

My good friend and archenemy Manfred Wendt wrote an article a couple of Trinitonians ago calling for another mandatory great books course, namely with more Plato and Shakespeare (assumedly metonymically,...

graphic by Tyler Herron

We don’t need more dead white guys’ literature

Carl Teegerstrom April 22, 2018

Responding to complaints about not reading enough dead white guys by using the work of a dead white guy: In the last issue of the Trinitonian there was a column bemoaning how the Pathways curriculum...

illustration by Julia Poage, staff illustrator

When HUMA isn’t enough: The great tradition and Trinity University

Manfred Wendt April 18, 2018

Trinity University prides itself on being a liberal arts college. This is publicly and proudly displayed all across campus and the university's website. A key part of Trinity's curriculum is the pathways...

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