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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...

Senior column:

Senior column: “My college experience will forever be marked by the lack of a senior spring.”

Kara Killinger May 16, 2020

Illustration by Julia Poage   This is a part of our 2020 Graduation Issue. Click here to flip through the whole thing. I was sitting at the kitchen table at my grandparents’ house in Michigan...

Senior Column:

Senior Column: “For how young our generation is, we’ve been told quite frequently about what is going to supposedly shape our collective temperament.”

Benjamin Gonzalez May 16, 2020

Illustration by Julia Poage This is a part of our 2020 Graduation Issue. Click here to flip through the whole thing. In one of our many family dinnertime conversations during this period of social...

December 1900

Our newspaper’s humble beginnings

Douglas Brackenridge April 11, 2019

Photo provided by Douglas BrackenridgeOur 150th anniversary celebration creates incentives to reflect on significant events in our history. One such event is the birth of the Trinitonian, now in its 119th...

Correcting misconceptions

Correcting misconceptions

Editorial Board March 28, 2019

As your campus's student newspaper, we feel it is our duty to keep you informed about the happenings on campus. That often entails correcting misconceptions and bringing the truth to light.On March 23,...

Tune in each week for Kathleen Creedon's SGA summaries. SGA meets at 6 p.m. on Mondays in the Waxahachie Room in Coates University Center.

Previously, on SGA: The Long and Winding Meeting

Kathleen Creedon April 26, 2018

This covers the meeting on April 23. CAMPUS CLIMATE CHECK Junior senator Julia Shults, member of the committee created to find a new First-Year Experience coordinator, asked SGA members to reach out...

illustration by Julia Poage, staff illustrator

Push yourself to action

Benjamin Gonzalez April 25, 2018

The final issue of the 2017-2018 Trinitonian is here, and as expected it’s full of bittersweet nostalgia as seniors reflect on their memories at Trinity. However, that reflection doesn’t have to start...

photo by Amani Canada

Why I do what I do

Manfred Wendt April 4, 2018

Every conference I have ever been to has told me not to do this. “No one wants to read about why you are conservative or why you chose to put yourself out into the college community. They want to see...

illustration by Julia Poage, staff illustrator

Say yes to the press: Embrace Trinitonian interviews

David Tuttle February 28, 2018

Recently a colleague asked me for pointers on how to talk to the Trinitonian. It's a great question and hints at the trepidation some have when faced with being the subject of an interview. People want...

Photo provided by Casey Fuller

Finding a hate flyer on campus

Casey Fuller February 2, 2018

I didn’t think it was a hate flyer. I thought it was about sharing. To the extent it registered to me, it spawned half-thoughts of libraries, co-ops and Scandinavian democracies. It said: “Money does...

Graphic by Tyler Herron

Questions arise over Federal Work-Study funds

Daniel Conrad November 9, 2017

By Daniel Conrad and Kathleen Creedon Students eligible for Federal Work-Study (FWS) jobs who work for Campus Publications, Recreational Sports and TUVAC are being paid with money collected via the student...

photo by Amani Canada

Why the Trinitonian is relevant

Manfred Wendt October 9, 2017

At a small school like Trinity, it is easy, and sometimes even fun, to attack the institutions on campus for not being as large, well-funded or putatively prestigious as institutions on larger campuses....

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