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Previously, on SGA: The Big Short (Meeting)

Previously, on SGA: The Big Short (Meeting)

Kathleen Creedon November 14, 2019

This covers the meeting on Nov. 13.President Ty Tinker, senior, was absent, so sophomore and vice president Georgia Roberts led the meeting. CLIMATE CHECK Sophomore senator Ben Falcon raised concerns...

Photo credit: Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh

No, campus discourse is not just a “stressful distraction.” It’s necessary.

Jace Woody September 5, 2019

This is a response to Bella Spangher’s column, “Leave the debate about abortion to the experts.” in our Aug. 30 issue.Photo by Oliver Chapin-EiserlohAre campus conversations between students...

First Year Alyssa Jones speaking with Jeremy Gorr Photo credit: Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh

TFL display sparks abortion debate on Esplanade

Noelle Barrera August 30, 2019

photo by Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh On Monday and Tuesday, Tigers for Life (TFL) partnered with Justice for All (JFA), partnered with Justice for All (JFA) to create a display on Coates Esplanade about abortion....

Rethinking how we discuss history

Rethinking how we discuss history

Noelle Barrera October 26, 2018

Last Tuesday, Tigers For Liberty (TFL) set up a table to educate students about the atrocities committed in Maoist China. Students gave out fortune cookies with ominous fortunes, such as “You will...

Graphic by Alexandra Parris

Commie cookies and Chinese caricatures

Olivia Roybal October 18, 2018

This Tuesday, Tigers for Liberty (TFL) set up a display in Coates about the horrors of Mao ZeDong’s leadership in China. The table featured “Commie Cookies,” fortune cookies stuffed with slips of...

Tigers for Life brings pro-life speaker to campus

Tigers for Life brings pro-life speaker to campus

Jolie Francis October 3, 2018

Tigers for Life (TFL) sponsored a lecture from Darlene Pawlik, vice president of pro-life organization Save the 1, who discussed her personal story of sexual assault and her “no exceptions”...

Photo credit: Kaitlyn Curry

Students promote civic engagement as voter registration deadline nears

Gabriella Garriga September 5, 2018

Mid-term elections are around the corner, and students on campus are spending the months before organizing, canvassing, registering and preparing the Trinity community. Trinity groups across the political...

TFL joins Young Conservatives of Texas

TFL joins Young Conservatives of Texas

Jolie Francis August 29, 2018

Tigers for Liberty (TFL), Trinity’s only conservative student organization, relinquished their independence this summer to become a chapter of the Young Conservatives of Texas (YCT). Since their...

Young, conservative and not alone

Young, conservative and not alone

Maddie D'iorio August 14, 2018

When I first decided that I was going to attend a liberal arts university, I was inundated with warnings from conservative family members about how truly awful colleges are these days, and how I would...

Victoria Lange, left, introduced Christina Wang, center, and Saundra Decker, right, as the two women who would be sharing the stories of their experiences with abortion. Though Lange acted as an interviewer in this session, all six members of Abortion Hurts, God Heals are women who have found healing in faith post-abortion. Photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer.

Tigers for Life sponsor post-abortion talk

Cathy Terrace January 24, 2018

For many, having an abortion is a life-changing decision. For the advocacy group called Abortion Hurts, God Heals, the post-abortion healing process starts with one's faith. Guest lecturers from the group...

On the way to her office, Claudia Stokes, professor and chair of the English department, found this poster hung up in Northrup Hall. Photo provided by Claudia Stokes.

Flying in the face of fascism

Kathleen Creedon December 6, 2017

Members of the Patriot Front, a self-described fascist organization, hung flyers bearing white nationalist messages around campus on Monday. One poster featured a map of the United States and the text...

First-year TFL member Kurt Hardee, center-left, argued against strict gun control with Isaiah Mitchell, left, a sophomore member of the Trinity debate team. Sophomores Simone Washington, T-Prog member, and Ansh Khullar, member of the debate team, argued for stricter gun control. Photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer.

Student groups hold gun control debate

Bobby Watson November 29, 2017

To spread political awareness on campus, the Trinity University Forensic Society (TUFS) and the Contemporary, a student-run online publication that focuses on public affairs, hosted a debate over gun control....

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