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1980s to now: Trinity basketball’s on-court look

What has the development of the game meant for the uniforms of the Tigers?
Caleb Reed, Sports Editor September 15, 2023

When discussing the development of sports, one topic we may fail to discuss is the evolution of sports fashion. Trinity athletics is no stranger to change, with two of the school’s older programs —...

Spooky finger cookies are the perfect Halloween treat

Spooky finger cookies are the perfect Halloween treat

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From my childhood to your home, here’s how to make creepy finger cookies
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What’s For Dinner? Eating Together As A Shared Culture

Mai Vo October 14, 2020
“What’s for dinner?" Dinner time – or any meal time – is about being hungry and getting fed. But it’s about a whole lot more than that.
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Voting in presidential elections still matters

Benjamin Adams September 30, 2020
It may not be the answer to every issue, but it can be still helpful
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Policing student attire over Zoom is harmful

Dana Nichols September 22, 2020
Students all across the nation have shared their discomfort over clothing policies
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Individualist policies are the opposite of wellness

Noelle Barrera September 10, 2020
In defense of colleges' classes of 2024
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Life lessons learned from inside a psych ward

Savannah Wahlgren September 10, 2020
During my junior year of high school, I spent eight days in a psychiatric hospital. Apart from a new set of coping skills and thought exercises, I managed to learn a few things along the way.
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Asking for help during the pandemic

Kayla Padilla September 10, 2020
Finding peace amidst uncertainty as the new school year begins
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The toll of a pandemic on mental health, self–image

Dana Nichols September 10, 2020
Managing struggles with self–image during widespread isolation.
Photo credit: Gabrielle Rodriguez

A History of Sports and Diseases

Paige Wallace September 10, 2020
How athletics have adapted to global health changes

Students deserve to choose where they live

Jessica Jennings February 27, 2020
Residence policies should consider benefits of leaving the "Trinity Bubble"
Photo credit: Ren Rader

DIY HGTV: Tips to channel your inner interior designer

Alejandra Gerlach February 27, 2020
Whether you study or socialize in your dorm, make your living space your own

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