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...

So here we are ““ at the end of a long road, although I suspect that my road might have been quite a bit longer than most of yours. I came to Trinity in 2010 as a transfer student after receiving my associate’s degree in Communications (yes, Dr. Henderson, there is an “˜s’ at the end of that one) at Palo Alto and after serving quite a few years in the Army. I have never...

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Members of the Urban Studs, the urban studies club, recently collaborated  with a committee headed by seniors Jane Wilberding and Roha Teferra on surveying, researching and purchasing 10 Adirondack chairs currently located throughout Trinity’s campus. This week the chairs were placed by Miller Fountain and Coates Library but will be moved to two different locations next week by the swimming pool and between Coates University Center and Northrup Hall. With input from students, the committee...

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Last Friday morning, the latest issues of the Trinitonian all over campus disappeared from their racks as they were thrown into recycling bins and trash cans by some members of the campus community. The supposed source of contention was an article that the Trinitonian printed in the April 13 issue related to the suspension of four Greek organizations on campus. In particular, the controversy seemed centered around a letter written by Raphael Moffett, director of...

A new website called TUGossip, which billed itself as “an unofficial anonymous message board for Trinity University” was taken down earlier this week for reasons that are not immediately known. Although it’s unclear exactly why the website was taken down or who took it down, Charles White, vice president of Information Resources, said in an email response, “My suspicion would be that the cost of hosting such, including the complaints, was simply greater than any...