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As a San Antonio native, I’m appalled every year when I hear Trinity students say they don’t know what Fiesta is. I get first-years, though — when I was a first-year, I didn’t even fully register that Fiesta was San Antonio-specific. But every year, I hear students in their second, third, fourth and fifth years joke about how they don’t understand what Fiesta is. The Trinity Bubble is a thing, I get it. But how...

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The following covers the meeting on March 27. GUEST COMMENTS President Ty Tinker, junior, opened the floor to guest comments, specifically about the Coalition for Sexual Justice’s recent demonstration on the Esplanade called The Clothesline Project. The project displayed rows of colored shirts with words from survivors of sexual assault or harassment and supporters of survivors among others. Student Malisee Lummus, junior, raised concern about the lack of appropriate trigger warnings prior to the event....

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It’s come to my attention recently that the Trinitonian’s mission may be unclear. Primarily, it seems to be unclear that we are an independent and unbiased publication. I can see where that confusion is coming from, so I’d like to clarify everything. The Trinitonian is independent. We are under the university name, and in an indirect way, we receive money from the university, but that doesn’t affect our independence as a news publication. To start,...