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Illustration by Genevieve Humphreys On paper, breakups should be a basic process: end the relationship, go your separate ways and never see each other again. Of course, it’s never actually that simple. If you’ve ever dated another student on a small campus like ours, odds are that you regularly run into your ex, whether it’s in class, at parties or even in your extracurriculars. I think (and hope) I’m not the only one who fell...

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Photo by Matthew Claybrook Around this time in the semester, the “new year” is beginning to look less and less new. We students are getting back into the habit of going to class, doing our homework, going to work and slowly forgetting about those treasured resolutions we made a few weeks ago. We’ve all been there: we start the year with big goals, but once the everyday demands of life come back around, it becomes...

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As I entered my first year at Trinity, I remember ample discussion around our lack of school spirit. At the time, it didn’t strike me as anything out of the ordinary; the students at my high school had many of the same complaints. Student turnout at football games was low, homecoming celebrations were always lackluster and since our mascot was pretty racist (a Native American Warrior), we couldn’t exactly have someone dress up as him...