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Major and minor declarations must be given to the Registrar’s Office by Mar. 1 for changes to be in effect during preregistration for the fall 2016 semester. Students of sophomore standing are required to declare a major prior to their junior year. Eve Christoffersen, academic records analyst and graduation coordinator, has worked in the Registrar’s Office for over five years overseeing major and minor declarations. “There’s an advantage to waiting until the end of your...

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  Danny Anderson was installed as the 19th president of Trinity last Friday in an inauguration ceremony held in Laurie Auditorium. “In 1952 when this campus was opening, President Jim Laurie described the first class of students as a “˜company of pioneers.’ Now in 2016, you are also pioneers, and it is an honor to join you as president on this journey with you.” The inauguration began with a processional of Trinity faculty, staff, the...

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Trinity alumnus Jonathon Hernandez questioned the divide between baby boomers and millennials in an article for the Rivard Report titled “Millennials at Work, Wherever Boomers Make Room” on Feb. 3. Hernandez, a class of 2015 graduate with a major in communication and a minor in Spanish, spent eight months searching for a job before finding employment as a staff writer at a local law firm. During his job search, Hernandez received criticism for his liberal...

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  Students discussed Trinity’s racial climate in a town hall event held by the Trinity Progressives last Wednesday. The event centered around student concerns that were recorded by co-presidents of the Trinity Progressives, sophomores Nick Santulli and Beth Legg, who will share the responses with a committee in the future and discuss strategies to aid problems. At the beginning of the event, students walked into the Bell Center dance studio and were asked to respond...

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  Cats and dogs will be new residents in South Hall next fall for the new “Pet Hall” pilot program. David Tuttle, associate vice president of student affairs and dean of students, has been pursuing university approval of the program for several years. Tuttle was motivated to start the Pet Hall to fulfill a student need on campus. “I think our students would generally enjoy the opportunity to have pets on campus. With the three-year...

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  The Honor Council wants to focus more on education and less on punishment of students, according to Mason Stark, internal chair of the Honor Council.   “We’re trying to expand educational opportunities and have more of a presence on campus. A lot of times students will commit Honor Code violations because they just don’t understand what they did wrong, and we want to fix that. We don’t want students to come before the Honor...

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TigerTV’s pop culture television show, “˜Studio 21′, will now host weekly bands under the leadership of executive producer junior Benjamin Gomez. On the third Tuesday of the month, Gomez will feature one band on both “˜Studio 21′ and KRTU’s concert series, KRTUesdays. “On the third Tuesday of the month, a band will be on “˜Studio 21′ and we’ll give them a great live session and interview. Then they’ll play a gig on North St. Mary’s...

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The Student Government Association is under new leadership after an election held last December. The study body elected Brenna Hill, junior urban studies and sociology major, as president, and Shivani Parmar, sophomore economics and entrepreneurship major, as vice””president. Hill and Parmar anticipate several changes to SGA under their leadership, including a plan to make SGA a more student””focused environment. “We’re trying to give SGA a stronger presence on campus. We want to create events where...