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As the Trinitonian’s sports editor, I’m not used to writing about my opinion, but I had a really eye-opening experience last week that made me want to speak up. I’d like to start off by saying that this is about my experience only, and I by no means want to speak for anyone else. What I want is for Trinity’s majority white community to start making more of an effort to learn about the diversity...

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Trinity students and faculty met in the Waxahachie Room on the evening of Oct. 17 for a discussion on the conversation of race within sports to talk about the controversy of athletes kneeling in protest during the national anthem. The conversation came as a result of a discussion between David Tuttle, dean of students, and members of Trinity’s Black Student Union (BSU), who met with Tuttle for a dinner at his home in late September. “When I...

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This weekend, the news cycle was once again dominated by President Donald Trump. At both a rally in support of Alabama Senate candidate Luther Strange and on Twitter, Trump called for NFL players who protested by kneeling during the national anthem to be fired or suspended. Players responded by protesting in even larger numbers than before. This battle managed to set off an almost continuous stream of Facebook posts as everyone who had access to...