It’s less than a month until I graduate. There. It’s on paper. One month from today, I will be stuck in that heinous no-man’s land between undergrad and law school. And it sucks. In the past weeks, I’ve noticed myself slipping into a state of regression, in the hopes of stalling the inevitable””my first real steps into adulthood. I’ve stopped folding laundry and left it strewn about my room. I’ve skipped classes that I shouldn’t...

At the beginning of this week, I wrote a column that would tell my feelings about my impending graduation and departure from the Trinity University community. I hoped I would make my readers grateful for their time at Trinity University and would make my experience at TU “special” and unique. However, my editor, Megan, graciously allowed me to move my previously written column to another time and place (stay tuned) due to the shocking material...

Hello again, dear readers. Hopefully you were able to get some rest on this lovely three-day weekend and celebrate Easter/Passover/spring to its fullest. During my weekend at home in West Texas, I wracked my brain for subject matter on which I could focus my column this week. With no material present as I drove back to San Antonio on Sunday night, I began to despair. Luckily, life has a way of working itself out, and...

Welcome back, dear readers. Hopefully you survived the existential experience of spring break and are now easing yourself back into the daily grind that Trinity folk know and despise. Whilst writing this article in the very center of Club Lib, I realized that it was exactly two months until the blissful day of my graduation. After this, I will no longer be a silly undergraduate. On the contrary, I will be a graduate, filled with...

It is with great trepidation that I write the words you are about to read. In doing so, I will be admitting my biggest fear of all time and will have to thus enter into a period of pensive self-reflection and tenacious determination to change: I am not as smart as I think I am. There. The words have been put to paper. And for you apathetic readers, whose eyes graze this page as a...

Well. It happened. That moment we were all waiting for finally arrived last Sunday, as millions of us crowded around our televisions with unhealthy food and beverages in hand to watch the event. You guessed it: Destiny’s Child finally reunited. In the too-brief moments that made up the Beyoncé concert”¦ I mean… halftime show”¦ I instantly reconnected with my youth and the musical sensation that had once filled my Walkman. While it was a brief...

Welcome to a new year, dear readers. Hopefully your break was full of friendly faces and fascinating stories. Though I enjoyed the long break, I found myself missing my friends, club lib outings, and ASR drama while hibernating in West Texas. Thus, I’m glad to be back (having a class-free Friday didn’t hurt my willingness to return either). We now find ourselves in a completely new semester full of new classes and people. And yet,...

Well. My least favorite holiday is upon us once again. It’s not Arbor Day, Tax Day or Election Day (even though I’m a Republican). No, dear readers, my least favorite holiday is that “glorious” day known as Thanksgiving. I have never been a fan of the turkey, the cornucopias or the pumpkin pie that never seems to turn out just right. I hate the awkward family exchanges between great uncles and second cousins (hello, Riordan...