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A day in the life of the Diversity and Inclusion office

Maria Zaharatos February 28, 2019

Photo by Genevieve HumphreysWhen you walk into the Diversity and Inclusion Office (DIO) — nestled behind the stairs of the Coates Center — you will find a cozy open space with tables, a decorated...

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Trinity community marches to honor MLK, Jr.’s legacy of racial justice

Noelle Barrera January 23, 2019

Photo by Matthew ClaybrookTrinity students, staff and faculty took to the streets on Monday in honor of the annual City of San Antonio Martin Luther King, Jr. March. The march occurs every January to commemorate...

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The detriment of using the n-word when you’re not black

Kayla Padilla November 28, 2018

This year’s Ignite the Night, Alpha Chi Lambda's annual charity event, was supposed to be a fabulous event for all of us. Yet, after realizing the music wasn’t nearly as enjoyable and fun as...

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Classes on diversity and social justice are necessary

Natalia Salas November 15, 2018

It’s no secret that the U.S. education system is fundamentally flawed in more ways than I can write in one or even thousands of columns. From our shameful teacher salaries to our overwhelming need to...

Shortchanged by Theatre for Social Change

Shortchanged by “Theatre for Social Change”

Gabriel Levine October 12, 2017

In last week's issue of the Trinitonian, Arts & Entertainment writer Austin Davidson wrote a glowing review of "Theatre for Social Change: On Domestic Abuse." Last Friday, I saw the show for myself...

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Fight the power, not each other

Camille Reyes September 13, 2017

Progressives "” people who care about social justice "” have a public relations problem of our own making. After more than 20 years practicing and studying public relations, I know a crisis when I...

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