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The following covers the meeting on Sept. 19. CAMPUS CLIMATE CHECK Sophomore senator Mia Quintanilla related negative feedback that she had received from students who had attended the sexual assault speaker last Wednesday. Quintanilla worried that the speaker made light of a serious topic in attempting to be relatable. Advisor David Tuttle, dean of students, voiced that he thought the speaker — who was from an organization that Trinity had not worked with before —...

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The following covers the SGA meeting on Sept. 12. CAMPUS CLIMATE CHECK Sophomore senator Noelle Barrera encouraged SGA members to attend the Campus Climate Action Meeting on Sept. 25 in CSI, which will host activists talking about how universities can contribute to the city climate action plan. President Amulya Deva asked if any members attended the voter deputization class that week. Senator Julia Shults responded, saying the class was informative. Chief-of-staff Cecelia Turkewitz agreed and...

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This covers the meeting on April 16.   CAMPUS CLIMATE CHECK Nick Santulli, senior and senator emeritus, asked for feedback on the recent dining services exhibition that was held in Mabee dining hall. Junior senator Julia Shults said it went well and that most feedback was affirming. Shults added that some students requested making the international line an allergy and diet-friendly line, and perhaps moving the international line elsewhere. President Amulya Deva, junior, gave feedback...

The university has formed a committee to oversee and plan a yearlong celebration of Trinity’s 150th anniversary. Angela Breidenstein, professor of education, co-chairs the 150th Anniversary Steering Committee along with Jacob Tingle, director of experiential learning. According to Breidenstein, the committee maintains a community-based approach to planning events for the sesquicentennial celebration, which is based around the slogan, “Commemorate, Elevate, Create.” “Instead of our committee saying, ‘Here are all of the events of the 150th celebration,’...

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This covers the SGA meeting on April 9.   CAMPUS CLIMATE CHECK Sophomore senator Simone Washington relayed frustration students have had with Student Involvement, particularly in planning events. Washington explained that students feel the increase in security has hindered groups’ abilities to create events. David Tuttle, dean of students, said it’s complicated, explaining that the source of many of issues is the need to ensure safety and protocol by departments like Risk Management. According to...