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The academic honor council has continued conducting meetings and hearings over Zoom to address issues of academic dishonesty throughout the semester. Photo credit: Claire Sammons

Academic honor council sees a spike in cases

Gloria Farris October 29, 2020

With the online semester introducing a new set of opportunities for academic dishonesty, the academic honor council has seen a spike in cases this fall. “Unfortunately, we do have a lot more cases...

Photo credit: Genevieve Humphreys

TLearn sticks around, receives upgrades

Kaylie King November 1, 2018

Last November, Trinity’s IT Governance Committee was looking into replacing or improving TLearn, Trinity’s learning management system (LMS). The committee ultimately decided not to replace...

photo by Amani Canada

Don’t leave students in the dark with grades

Benjamin Gonzalez January 18, 2018

Although many professors like to remind students that grades are not everything, they remain important to most of us as a benchmark for our success in and comprehension of a course. Additionally, maintaining...

Illustration by Yessenia Lopez, staff illustrator.

Trinity considers TLearn alternatives

Gabriella Garriga November 29, 2017

Trinity’s IT Governance Committee is considering alternatives to TLearn to improve the quality of communication between professors and students. Earlier this year, the committee sent a survey to faculty...

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