https://1085167.v1.pressablecdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Color-4887.jpg

Before TUfit was established, students looking to get active would typically turn to intramural sports, outdoor recreation, or the Bell Center. Now, TUfit aims to be Trinity’s premier health and wellness club. The club offers fun, free and relaxing activities to all students and staff on campus. By offering weekly meditation, yoga and workout classes, TUfit aims to improve the mental, physical and cognitive health of students on campus. Sophomore Sarah Gorban is currently the president of...

https://1085167.v1.pressablecdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/SM-4236.jpg

As Christian Young sat in history class listening to his professor describe the salons of the Enlightenment period, Young imagined the people in the salons: their elaborate clothing, their odd food and unfamiliar mannerisms. But most of all, Young admired the lively political discussions that the members of the salons were engaged in. They discussed the pressing issues that affected their community, a practice Young thinks has faded. “[Politics] is divisive, and if you talk politics...

Fifteen years ago, Rohan Walawalkar sat in a car with his mom eating a candy bar — his ideal day. Stuck in traffic, Walawalkar savored every bite of his Cadbury treat, unconcerned with the local homeless woman his mother was talking to. The next thing Walawalkar knew, his perfect day came crashing down. The homeless woman had stolen his beloved Cadbury bar. At the time, Walawalkar was angry and loathed the homeless woman for stealing...

https://1085167.v1.pressablecdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/WEB-7181.jpg

Since its formation in the spring of 2017, the Trinity Rock Climbing Club has established a firm footing and is climbing towards the goal of competing as a team. In the meantime, the club, which has about 12 serious members but more than 70 people that have expressed interest in climbing, has given Trinity students a sense of community and a good workout. Some prominent club members include sophomores Malcolm Fox, Grace Cline and Declan...

https://1085167.v1.pressablecdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/WEB_20171001__005.jpg

Altitude, the women’s ultimate frisbee team, is already making its mark on Trinity’s campus, despite only being a few years old. Four years ago, a couple of women came together and founded the club sport, one of the first of its kind. “Prior to the creation of the team, women were technically allowed to play with the men. However, as far as I understand, there were very few women and they didn’t get to play as...

https://1085167.v1.pressablecdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/WEB_20170921__0011.jpg

On the weekend of Sept. 15, Trinity University sent six students to a policy debate tournament at Georgia State University. Policy debate, which features teams of two arguing the intricacies of a year-long debate topic, is a fiercely competitive game; more than 30 universities across the nation were represented. That didn‘t stop sophomores Ian Dill and Ansh Khullar from making it to the double-octofinal round, placing them as one of the best-performing 32 teams at...

https://1085167.v1.pressablecdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/web-intramurals-yessenia.jpg

65 percent of Trinity students are involved in athletics on campus. Some students play intercollegiate sports, and some students play club sports, but some of the most enthusiastic and intense athletes can be found on the intramural sports teams. Each fall and spring, Trinity University offers a multitude of Intramural (IM) sports that all students and faculty are invited to participate in. Whether it’s 3-on-3 basketball, CoRec basketball, flag football or sand volleyball, intramural sports...