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Students and faculty discuss Chapel Hill shooting while exploring the issues of race and religion

by James Godfrey - Three students at the University of North Carolina, Deah Shaddy Barakat, Yusor Mohammad Abu-Salha, and Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha, were shot on Feb. 11 following a disagreement with their…

Trinity holds first-ever diversity dialogue, “I Can’t Breathe”

by Luke Wise - On Tuesday Feb. 24, Trinity hosted its first Diversity Dialogue, titled “I Can’t Breathe,” exploring the issues around police brutality following high profile cases such as the death…

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Yates prepares for conference presentation

by Sarah Davis - In a display of department support of student research, the sociology and anthropology department hosted an event…

Trinity celebrates the grand opening of CSI with a bang

by Leah Hoffpauir - Fireworks were set off for the first time on Trinity’s campus this past Saturday, Feb. 21, at…

O-Rec offers outdoor experiences in and around San Antonio

O-Rec offers outdoor experiences in and around San Antonio

by Julia Elmore - As spring approaches and weather becomes more enjoyable, the great outdoors beckons students to get outside and…

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Spring break is great

by Rachel Pauerstein - So it’s time for spring break. Your friends are sharing their travel plans—beach trips, going home, whatever—but, for any number of reasons, you’ve ended up staying in San…

Why Saul beats Walt

by John Mendiola - There is no way anyone can talk about “Better Call Saul” without directly comparing the show to “Breaking Bad.” For those unfamiliar with either show, Saul Goodman, a…

Awards Mania Roundtable: Oscar Prayers And Predictions

by A&E Staff - I think award shows are dumb. I am really sorry. I just think they’re pointless at best and incredibly insulting at worst. They last way too long, the…

Sports

Men’s tennis wins ITA National Indoor tournament

by Sarah Farrell - The Tiger men improved on their third-place finish at the ITA National Indoor tournament last season by winning the tournament this…

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Nana Knows Best, Always

by Jacob Tingle - I received some great posts in advance of this week’s #AskTingleTU column. Some of the more intriguing questions included: 1) my midseason thoughts on the college football…

Student Organizations

Greek Council welcomes new co-chair officers as of Bid Day

by Luke Wise - Friday, Feb. 6, Greek Council members Angela Arroyo, junior and member of Zeta Chi, and Cameron Archer, junior and member of Omega Phi, took office as new…

Staff Editorial

Editorial: More Than One Grain Of Salt

by Editorial Staff - In last week’s Trinitonian, columnist Megan Reynolds wrote of the courage necessary for free and uncensored self-expression, and she was right. Speaking freely, especially as an artist,…

Administration

Trinity celebrates the grand opening of CSI with a bang

by Leah Hoffpauir - Fireworks were set off for the first time on Trinity’s campus this past Saturday, Feb. 21, at the CSI grand opening student party. The party was the…

Film

Awards Mania: Why the Oscars do (and don’t) matter

by Mason Walker - When I watch the Oscars with my friends, the noise tends to frighten them off. Not the show’s noise, mind you; my noise. From the first red-carpet…

TV

Why Saul beats Walt

by John Mendiola - There is no way anyone can talk about “Better Call Saul” without directly comparing the show to “Breaking Bad.” For those unfamiliar with either show, Saul Goodman,…

Music

Awards Mania: Why Sia should take my advice

by Maddie Smith - Between Kristen Wiig and Shia LaBeouf, it seems like all the cool kids are doing one thing: dancing in nude leotards and blonde wigs while singer-songwriter Sia…

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Spring break is great

by Rachel Pauerstein - So it’s time for spring break. Your friends are sharing their travel plans—beach trips, going home, whatever—but, for any number of reasons, you’ve ended up staying in…

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