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OpinionYou will make it through

February 21, 201922692 min

Content warning: Mentions of suicide, depression and drug use follow. I have a small tattoo on my right wrist. People usually don’t notice it — or, if they do, they think it is a birth mark. It is actually a semi-colon. This semi-colon represents the times in my life that I have considered killing myself or putting a period on my life sentence but have instead chosen to continue the story (as a semi-colon continues...

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Grace Cline spent three full semesters at Trinity, and she liked it here for the most part. She had great friends, she appreciated her professors and how much they cared about her as an individual, she was a member of the Jewish Student Association (JSA) and she even found a way to incorporate her passion for rock climbing into her San Antonio life. She had plans to join a sorority. She expected her psychology degree would...

Junior English major Collin McGrath won’t soon forget the day back in high school when he and his younger sister were reclining on the couch, recovering from a particularly gruesome episode of the anime series “Attack on Titan.” McGrath said they should put on something happy. His sister’s response would change his life: “How about ‘My Little Pony’?” McGrath shrugged and let her put it on. He wasn’t particularly interested in the show, but he...

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It’s no easy task for students to write, produce, direct and act out a theatre production, but the folks behind “Cult” rose to the challenge and stuck the landing. Written by Holly Gabelmann and directed by Nico Champion, both junior theatre majors, the play packed the Attic Theatre two nights in a now. When the seats all filled, audience members resorted to sitting on the floor and in the aisles to catch the very first...