When it came time to start touring colleges back in high school, I felt overwhelmed by the uncertainty of what the future held for me. Most of my high school classmates had decided to stay put in Louisiana for college, with Louisiana State University being the most popular choice. Some of them even already knew what they were going to major in and what career they were going to take up after graduating from college....

It’s 685 episodes and counting. That’s right, folks””  685 episodes. That’s how far the “One Piece” anime is right now, and that’s how many episodes I’ve watched. Before last summer, I had never heard of “One Piece”. That all changed when one of my roommates insisted on me watching it. I finally caught up to the current episodes back in late January, and the hardest thing about being a fan of “One Piece” now is...

As a first-time renter, I feel extremely qualified to share my expert knowledge on what to look for before signing a new lease. Looking back a year ago, I was busy deciphering my own lease with my roommates, and by deciphering I mean calling my parents several times and getting them to define all of these different terms I had never heard of before. Finally finding your own place is extremely exciting, but this is...

From gospel music to an acoustic version of a T-Pain song, Trinity Idol had it all this year. The annual event, hosted by Mu Phi Epsilon, was held on Wednesday night in Laurie Auditorium. The contest featured 10 students and was judged by Gary Seighman, assistant professor of music; David Rando, associate professor of English; and junior Jonathan Martinez. The competition gave students the opportunity to get out of their comfort zone with their performance....

Juniors Blake Duckers and Bria Woods wanted to prove that you do not have to be a film studies minor to appreciate quality cinema. With this goal in mind, the Trinity University Film Society was born. “I noticed that we had a demand for film in some regards, but we just didn’t have the supply. We have the Bad Movie Club, but we wanted to have a good movie club,” Duckers said. “A lot of...

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Dance has taken adjunct professor Patrick McMillan all over the world. From performing for the queen of England here in San Antonio to teaching on a Jamaican cruise and traveling to Kumamoto, Japan, McMillan shares his passion for dance with every person he meets, a passion that he started developing back in junior high. “In junior high school I had a group of friends and we would watch the original “˜American Bandstand’ and would practice...

Some people love them, and other people cannot stand them. Either way, it is hard to get through college without having at least one of them. Roommates are synonymous with college, and this new school year marks the first time that many Trinity first years will experience the highs and lows that come along with sharing a room with someone who, in most cases, is a complete stranger. When they find out their roommate assignments...

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Math society members Dayton King, Camille DeMars, Eliza Wright, Courtney Rohde, Catherine Davison and Leah Wesselman gathered with Brian Miceli, associate professor of mathematics, on upper campus at 3:14 a.m. this past Wednesday to celebrate Pi Month. Miceli and the six math majors worked together to write out the first 3,000 digits of pi in chalk. It took the group 56 pieces of chalk and over four hours to complete the activity. “Dr. Miceli had...