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On a dark and stormy night, the Trinitonian staff gathered to write about all things creepy and spooky on Trinity’s campus. Outside the newsroom walls, students turned into the walking dead from midterms and had their will to live drained by vampiric-papers. Unwashed students sulked around campus like the Wolf Man and the Creature from the Black Lagoon. Chairs sat empty in classrooms as if the students had been abducted by aliens. Inside the newsroom...

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As the leaves begin to change and the weather turns cooler, something incredible begins to happen across the world. In the great fashion capitals of the world “” New York, London, Milan and Paris “” fashion designers showcase their newest designs. At the same time, Vogue, one of the leading publications of the fashion world, puts out their September issue, their biggest and arguably most important issue of each year. This year the Trinitonian is...

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Shopping can be such a wonderful experience. For many people, like myself, it can be a time to focus only on yourself and treat yourself to things that make you happy. There’s nothing quite like finding the perfect little black dress or a killer pair of heels. However, there can be a huge downside to buying new clothes. Not only can it be a burden on your wallet, it is a massive burden to our...

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A letter from the (Managing) Editor Hello wonderful Trinitonian readers, and welcome to our first special section: the Health and Wellness issue. Throughout the year we are going to be running a series of these sections with specified topics ranging from fashion, technology, love and sex, mental health, housing and so much more. A calendar of these issues can be found on Page 16. These sections not only provide a fantastic opportunity for our writers...

As Hurricane Harvey approaches the Texas coast, the Trinity community is beginning to prepare for heavy rain, wind and potential flooding throughout San Antonio. According to the National Weather Service, Harvey is expected to make landfall on Friday or Saturday and could potentially last throughout the weekend. Though the Trinity University Crisis Management Team does not think that San Antonio will face the bulk of the storm, they sent an email to students, faculty and...

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Starting college can be a daunting experience. With so many opportunities to take advantage of at Trinity and in San Antonio, it can feel like an insurmountable task to fit everything into four years. A bucket list is an easy way to keep track of everything. While this is by no means a complete list of everything that can be done in and around San Antonio during your time at Trinity, hopefully this list will...

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By Alexandra Uri By Emily Elliot Almost 20 years ago Rachel Pineda, then a sophomore communication major from a small town in Texas, thought she was getting the internship of a lifetime with an independent filmmaker. She had always had a passion for acting and was involved with theater and the campus television station immediately after arriving to Trinity. What happened to Rachel after taking the internship is something that happens to too many students....

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Damage from storm disrupts lives of students While many students prepared to start the week, violent winds and rain shook San Antonio late on Sunday night. The National Weather Service (NWS) confirmed that a tornado touched down near the Quarry Market. Several students were personally affected by the tornado. First-year Spanish and international business major, Katherine Donovan’s family home was in the path of the storm and was damaged by the tornado. “There is a...