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Are the “real world” and health compatible?

Editorial Board September 10, 2020

Health and wellness are of utmost importance right now. We as a community have talked so much about physical health that mental health often takes a backseat to our discussions about well-being. Here at...

Photo credit: Kaitlyn Curry

School’s in session: Faculty, staff in class

Noelle Barrera September 12, 2018

Most students enrolled in Trinity classes are between the ages of 18 and 22, but there’s no time limit to learning. Several Trinity faculty and staff members are enrolled or have been enrolled in...

The Balreira family, photo provided by Jeanna Balreira

Letter to the editor: Equality for Trinity’s staff parental leave

Jeanna Balreira April 25, 2018

To the Editor: I appreciated the opportunity to give some thoughts and feedback as a part of the article from last week’s issue, “New Parental Leave Policy for Trinity Faculty.” While I thank Trinitonian...

illustration by Julia Poage, staff illustrator

Trinity international students “in the mix”

Robert Seese March 22, 2018

We often think of language, culture and nationality as common denominators for friendship and involvement on a university campus. For example, it is common to assume that international students from the...

World-wide concerns for international students

World-wide concerns for international students

Robert Seese February 15, 2018

As of the 2017 fall semester, Trinity enrolled 141 international students from 42 different countries. International students, in this case, are students who are citizens of other countries and are studying...

illustration by Andrea Nebhut, staff illustrator

Trinity’s arduous professor-picking process

Casey Fuller February 11, 2018

Trinity has pretty awesome professors. Perhaps you’ve noticed this? Professors whose novels come out on Vintage Books. Professors who are the Poet Laureate of the State of Texas. Professors spirited-off...

graphic by Tyler Herron

From the editors’ desk: Support your Trinity staff!

Editorial Staff November 16, 2017

Last Monday, Nov. 13, was World Kindness Day. Since 1998, the World Kindness Movement has worked to promote niceness across the globe; the easiest way to do this is to take time out of the day to perform...

graphic by Tyler Herron

From the Editors’ Desk: The press is on your side

Editorial Staff September 21, 2017

We wish that anyone who believes in the virtue of democracy could see the value of a journalist's work as clear as day. Too often, however, reporters are painted as a prying, invasive presence. Popular...

The hands of Tate

Elise Hester September 15, 2017

Calls of support for outfielder Wesley Moss ring out from a small group of Sul Ross State University (SRSU) fans are swallowed by the enormity of a worn down stadium in Alpine, Texas. As the SRSU sophomore...

The residential life staff clarified that no unusual methods of surveillance are being used to keep an eye on students living at the City Vista apartment complex. Illustration by Yessenia Lopez

Residential Life dispels rumors of hyper-surveillance at City Vista

Cathy Terrace September 12, 2017

Students living at City Vista may be concerned by rumors circulating regarding the use of camera surveillance to catch students committing policy violations. Though one incident did occur this summer,...

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