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This past Sunday evening, Phi Sigma Pi held its first-ever Trick-or-Trot, a two-mile run/walk at Trinity’s track and field that raised money for the philanthropy Teach for America. About 50 people, all Trinity students, came to participate in this new event. Students who came were encouraged to show up in Halloween costumes, and a costume contest was held at the end. Gift cards were given as prizes to the first and second place runners and...

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For those who have never experienced the Rocky Horror Picture Show, the event can be pretty shocking. Here are a few tips and tricks to expect from Rocky Horror veterans to help all newcomers get through the night and make the most of their experience. The movie “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” is about Brad and Janet, a recently-engaged couple whose car breaks down, leaving them trapped in a castle with Dr. Frank-N-Furter, a psychotic...

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The Filipino Student Association will present the ninth annual Mabuhay Festival tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in Laurie Auditorium. Mabuhay, a celebration of Filipino culture, is a night full of traditional Filipino cultural dances, songs and food. “It basically serves to introduce Trinity to Filipino culture,” said junior Tess Macapinlac, co-president of FSA. Lawrence Pasaoa, a senior and a co-president of FSA, is excited to be involved in Mabuhay and to educate the Trinity community about...

Thanks to the efforts of sophomore Weiyu Lin, Trinity students now have the opportunity to become a part of the Club of Mind, a program designed to allow students to inspire each other and brainstorm new and creative ideas. Lin, who goes by his English name “Will,” first came up with the idea for the club after learning helpful tips for improving the memory. “I shared them with my friends, but the chances were only...

Forget the cold showers and countless cups of coffee to cure hangovers. There’s a new product on the market that promises to be one of the most effective cures available. Trinity alumnus Osas Obaiza, a 2010 graduate, is one of the founders of a company that has recently developed Liquid I.V., a high-quality, all-natural, rehydration therapy drink. Liquid I.V. is meant to be used as either a sports drink or as a miracle cure for...

Trinity Theatre will start its first production for the 2013-2014 season tonight with playwright Annie Baker’s “Body Awareness.” The play will be directed by Stacey Connolly from the human communication and theatre department, and will feature Trinity juniors Kate Cuellar, Maryjane Mansfield and Chase Lee and first year Ryan Diller. Baker’s play tells the story of four characters. Phyllis (Cuellar), a psychology professor at Shirley State College, is hosting a Body Awareness Week on campus....

Arturo Madrid, the Murchison Distinguished Professor of Humanities, has been one of the main contributors featured in the three-part, six-hour documentary called “Latino Americans,” recently produced by and currently playing on PBS. “This documentary addresses the deep history of Latinos in American society, one that goes back to the sixteenth century,” Madrid said. “It also confronts the fact that Latinos have essentially been imagined as newcomers, as recent immigrants, an accretion to the nation rather...

Students from the Green Chemistry club and Students Organized for Sustainability are currently working to start Trinity Bee Alliance, a club aimed at supporting bees and their role in the environment.  The club was proposed as a response to the increasing phenomenon of Colony Collapse Disorder, which is the sudden unexplained death of entire colonies of bees. Junior Lauren Davis, a biology major and member of both the Green Chemistry club and Students Organized for...