From Kellie’s Russian Adventure by Trinity alumna and former Trinitonian news editor Kellie Benn. Benn is currently on a Fulbright grant as an English teaching assistant in Orel, Russia. Last night I was sitting in a cafe with a few students from the technical university enjoying some wonderful orange tea and conversation. We sat there for a few hours talking (in English mostly) and laughing and enjoying the evening. As we sat there, I observed...

From Young Without Money by Trinity alumna Kaitlin Graves: At work, I shyly told one of my sweet co-workers (who is also a graduate, living with a partner here in San Antonio) that I had started a personal finance blog for people our age. She remarked how awesome she thought that was and that she should start reading it. We commiserated on the pitfalls of being young without money. And we talked about how depressing it...

From Finding My Queendom by Trinity alumna and former Trinitonian editor-in-chief Katie Bailey. Bailey is a reporter for the Cypress Creek Mirror in Houston, Texas. It seems like every day at work, someone new enters the elevator with me in the morning or evening and asks me that disgusting question: “So! What are you going to do after your internship?” Guess what, strange person: just because I politely meet your gaze and smile on my way to the bathroom...

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From The Dean’s List by Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students David M. Tuttle: Having listened to opening speeches from extreme orators Coleen Grissom, Gage Paine, and Felicia Lee, I have to admit I am always a little nervous about delivering goods at the same level. Frankly, I am more comfortable blogging or  ad-lib-ing But maybe they taught me something. Below are my remarks to the Class of 2016. I have linked...