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The following covers the meeting on Sept. 18. This week’s meeting was held in the Underwood Room in the Skyline Dining Room. The change in location was to accommodate Charles Robles, food service director for Aramark, for a presentation on behalf of Dining Services. CLIMATE CHECK Sophomore senator Ben Falcon asked whether SGA would be continuing to supply feminine products in restrooms on campus. Senior and president Ty Tinker explained that SGA has ordered the...

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Several months ago, Doug Brackenridge gave me a tour of the Trinity campus. Brackenridge, a retired Trinity professor of religion, wrote a book on the history of Trinity titled “Trinity:  A Tale of Three Cities.” When Doug and I reached the Margarite B. Parker Chapel, he explained the symbolism of the building’s north wall — the one constructed of glass. The obvious purpose behind using clear glass was to let ample light into the building....

Cayley’s closest friends reached out with statements of love and loyalty to commemorate the life of their friend. “All I can say about Cayley is she was so inescapably herself. She loved passionately, and was a genuinely beautiful soul. I have never known someone who could do half the things she did and get away with them – she was wild and incredible to be around. She could also make the weirdest faces. I don’t...

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Journalist Ted Koppel boasts an impressive career, covering conflicts from Southeast Asia to the hostage crisis in Iran. Founder of “Nightline,” Koppel anchored and managed the revolutionary nightly news broadcast for 26 years. Koppel addressed a large crowd of Trinity students and members of the public in Laurie Auditorium on Nov. 1, presenting his lecture, “The Future of Journalism: A Brave New World.” While he spoke of his personal history, Koppel’s lecture chiefly covered the...

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This edition covers two SGA meetings: Oct. 16 and Oct. 23. RESOLUTION At the Oct. 16 meeting, senator Manfred Wendt presented a resolution for opioid abuse. If approved, the proposition would express the senate’s support of Students for Opioid Solutions. The resolution would give the university access to overdose preventing medicines and would offer training to resident assistants. The resolution was not approved. At the Oct. 23 meeting, senator John Croxton presented a declaration of...