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When first-year Zoe Lacey graduated from high school, she was excited to continue taking American Sign Language (ASL) courses in college. Upon arriving at Trinity, however, Lacey realized there were no ASL classes to be found.  Instead of getting out of practice, Lacey decided to start her own club in Nov. 2017. The club has already brought in 40 people within the last few months. In the future, she hopes to have enough rallying for...

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Chess. Fencing. Swing dancing. Knitting.These are just a few of the options available to Trinity students who want to get involved on campus doing things they love. But what if, for some reason, the thing you love doesn’t yet have a club or organization devoted to it? You create one, as some students have done so far this school year. The TEDxTU club and the American Sign Language club are both student organizations that were created...