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When confronted with a decision regarding any other person, we as humans have two possible actions. One involves respect, and one involves disrespect. The Bible teaches us to love thy neighbor as you love yourself. Whether you are Christian, or any other religion or creed, it is important to remember the basic tenets. Throughout the world, this message has been proclaimed and digested, expected and disseminated. We believe ourselves to be better than the animals...

Recently, my boyfriend and I called an Uber that arrived at Prassel Hall’s Shook side almost immediately. The driver, a talkative middle-aged man, struck up a conversation with us at once. It turns out that he got to Prassel so quickly because he’s the next door neighbor of the dorm. The cute little house across Ledge Lane “” that’s him. The conversation naturally shifted to the topic of Trinity; I guess having a campus loom...

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We will be giving out 5 tickets to see the Tobin Center’s Hip Hop at the Tobin March 3/19 @7pm! The concert combines an orchestral ensemble and hip hop for a once-in-a-lifetime musical experience. All you have to do to win is fill out the form below with some advice about Spring Break you want to share with readers (ex: If you don’t have enough time to do community service during the school year, consider...

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Trinity’s math department prides themselves on being one of the most diverse departments at the university. The department have named themselves as “˜The 985′ because their department is made up of nine faculty members from eight different nations, spanning five continents. Peter Olofsson, the chair of the department, arrived at Trinity with an already established diversity presence as the Swedish member from a team of Vietnamese, Swedish, Palestinian, Cameroonian, Croatian, Brazilian, Mexican and American faculty....

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Raising a child can be a second, third or sometimes even fourth job for their parents. Faculty and staff on campus give their all to their kids on campus, and then must return home to take care of their own children. As the cost of childcare continues increasing, parents are faced with the prospect of leaving that job to take care of their new reality: parenting. Trinity serves under the jurisdiction of the Family Medical...

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Greed is one of America’s fundamental elements, and it still affects how we view politics today. Rather than voting based on policy or the greater good, voters have selected candidates who will serve their own best interests. So Donald Trump’s supporters ignore his bigotry and decide that he will be more beneficial to them than “Crooked Hillary.” This mentality was shared by my grandparents, two Vietnamese immigrants who defied all discrimination and hardships against them...

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Trinity is not just a place for students to call home when they’re attending college; the campus is also the source of shelter for several cats on campus. Fondly known as “˜Trinicats’, these felines are adored by many students and staff members who approach them. Members of the Cat Alliance are responsible for caring for these animals on a regular basis by providing food, water and shelter. They also use the cats as opportunities to...

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If you haven’t seen the O’Reilly Factor’s clip in Chinatown, you should watch it immediately. Watch how antiquated racial stereotypes appear on mainstream television without shame or subtlety. Watch a major news network abandon all journalistic integrity and humiliate unwitting interviewees who do not speak English in an attempt to incite laughter. Watch a series of references completely unrelated to Chinese culture, including Mr. Miyagi, who is Japanese, asking interviewees to try karate, a traditional...