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Library Support for Student Organizations

Emily Platt August 27, 2020

Photo coordinated by Nadia Crawford Professor Alex Gallin-Parisi, a recently-tenured subject liaison, has been appointed as the new student engagement/organizations liaison of Coates Library. This position...

You belong here (but not you)

You belong here (but not you)

Editorial Board February 27, 2020

One November night in 2012, a student named Benjamin Conway vandalized Trinity's campus with three simple words: You belong here. You'll most recognize the phrase from the stickers the university has given...

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Is it double (even triple) the trouble?

Rachel Poovathoor November 15, 2018

As a first-year, the phrases “double major” and “triple major” elicit simultaneous awe and puzzlement from me. How do these double and triple majors do it? How do they stay calm...

31, 35, 39 years: Teaching at Trinity

31, 35, 39 years: Teaching at Trinity

Arsa Spahr November 15, 2018

In 1980, Jimmy Carter was president of the United States, the Berlin Wall was still standing, and Nina Ekstein had just started teaching at Trinity. Nina Ekstein, professor in the Department of Modern...

Trinity's transgender student group offers a safe space

Trinity’s transgender student group offers a safe space

Noelle Barrera November 8, 2018

The fall semester of 2018 marks the fourth year of Trinity's transgender student support group, which meets every other Wednesday. Originally co-facilitated by Richard Reams, associate director of Counseling...

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TU Secular Student Alliance in the Making

Arsa Spahr November 5, 2018

The TU Secular Student Alliance is being formed in Trinity University as a way to help students understand what it means to be non-religious and allows for secular students to have a presence on campus. According...

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Maria Teresa Kamel’s path back to campus

Annika Rodriguez November 5, 2018

Maria Teresa Kamel, class of 2017 Trinity alumna, is involved as a Trinity’s campus minister and intermediary for Our Lady of Grace Parish on campus. “I actually started out studying philosophy...

Actions speak much louder than votes

Noelle Barrera October 26, 2018

We are in the middle of the early voting period for 2018's midterm. For students interested in local and national politics, this transition may give way to a new set of questions: what are ways to stay...

Trinity rules! A peek into guidelines of the university's past

Trinity rules! A peek into guidelines of the university’s past

Maria Zaharatos October 19, 2018

Since its foundation in 1869, Trinity has undergone many changes, including in its guidelines for student life. Trinity's earliest policies ensured freedom for the pursuit of education but left little...

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Mabee Workers weigh in on serving college kids and working long shifts

Rachel Poovathoor September 27, 2018

Johnny Jackson Jr., pizza station worker at Mabee Dining Hall, has been working at Trinity dining services for about 10 years. “We wear name tags, you know, just look at a person’s name tag...

Drama therapy: The making of a major

Drama therapy: The making of a major

Mathilde Le Tacon September 5, 2018

If you haven't heard of drama therapy at Trinity University, there's good reason for that. It's new, and it's all the work of one student who transferred to Trinity last year. Junior Molly Rosenblatt,...

Twyla Hough, director of Career Services, is an alumna of Trinity and met with a group of faculty and staff members to develop the 1869 Scholars program. photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer

1869 Scholars program runs for second year

Skylr McCormick-Isom April 26, 2018

The 1869 Scholars Program pairs alumni with students to help them develop essential professional skills for their future careers and college studies. It is currently funded through the Network for Vocation...

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