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The harm in upholding pre-pandemic measures of success

Dana Nichols November 4, 2020

illustration by Gracen HoyleIn almost every single class I’ve had over the past three weeks, each of my professors has addressed how overwhelmed and drained we are — students and faculty alike....

Rose Gremillon Photo credit: Matthew Claybrook

Jackpot! Rose Gremillion finds passion for geoscience

Logan Crews September 12, 2019

photo by Matthew ClaybrookJackpot is a new series in which we highlight a variety of students and the cool things they’ve done. Every story highlights a different student, who we’ve selected...

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Resist the urge to do everything

Natalia Salas August 22, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutI’ve recently become increasingly aware of how obsessed we are with productivity. We often brag about how busy we are and how little sleep we get. In fact, 40 percent...

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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...

After junior Marisa Trevino was cursed at by a Trinity soccer player, the policy was changed so that the women no longer are required to work the games. Photo by Allison Wolff

Softball team no longer working soccer games

Julia Weis September 28, 2017

After years of being required by coaches to retrieve and throw in balls for the men’s and women’s soccer games, a change in policy has allowed the softball team to be free of this requirement. This...

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