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A team comprising of senior engineering science students Michael Robison, Todd Edwards, Hamza Adisa, Nate Kiszla and Austin Haas has been constructing Trinity University’s first Formula One race car for their senior capstone project. The project, which involves the deconstruction of a snowmobile for its engine and other useful components, is part of a goal to eventually compete at a Formula SAE student design competition, organized by SAE International. The competition involves the meticulous construction,...

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Guest Column by Kelly Lyons, Michele Johnson, Troy Murphy, and David Ribble The Trinitonian March 4 article “Four-legged Friends Find Home at Trinity” the efforts of the Cat Alliance at Trinity. As biologists who study the natural world, we aim here to offer a contrasting viewpoint on cat colonies.  We understand the love for these very soft, purring creatures, particularly when students are missing their own pets.  And how could you not love any animal named “Cuddle Slut” (true...

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Letter to the Editor: It was about a month ago and just a mile or so from campus that five Trinity freshman were involved in a very serious one car accident. I ought to know, as my daughter, Sarah Billman, was in the backseat of that car. They were doing what teenagers do: enjoying each other’s company, living in the moment and seeking the thrills of life. Circumstances were far from kind on that night....

First, let me just say that Saturday, May 16, 2015 will be a day I’ll never forget. I have been through so much at Trinity that I am mentally and physically exhausted. I did my fair share in four years, and now I must leave.  People are always asking, “Will you miss Trinity?” Umm, no. Well not within the next few years. I’ll miss the friends, faculty and staff that I have made long-lasting friendships...

Out of love and respect for my roommate, I was forced to write this. So, here are a few words that may or may not matter to you. Props for reading the Trinitonian. Anyway, I have had the most opportune and fulfilling time here at Trinity. It has allowed me to form friendships with some of the most dedicated and caring individuals I have ever met. Moving to a new place was pretty easy for...

As a graduating senior, I continually get asked, “What are you planning on doing after graduation?” Which is typically followed by, “Are you excited to graduate?” I feel like the common response to these questions is just a very general response with a job title and a location followed by the general “I don’t want to graduate” statement. I understand that graduating and moving into the real world is intimidating, but as graduating seniors we...

Have you ever thought about just how much can change with a single decision?  I have””too much, probably.  Needless to say, I am an indecisive person. Big and small issues, I have trouble making any decision.  From what to eat in Mabee, to what to do after graduation, decisiveness evades me.  Because of this, I often rely on the opinions of others for help.  But sadly, some matters do not have a clean cut answer,...

Thank you for giving me the best college experience that anybody could ask for. I still can’t believe that four years have gone by, but before I go I would like to say thank you. Thank you for opening my eyes and introducing me to different worlds through your classes; if it weren’t for your Common Curriculum I don’t think that I ever would have known how interesting sociology is or how much fun (and...