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EditorialSo long, 2018

November 29, 2018351 min

We’ve finally made it. The fall semester is coming to an end along with 2018. We’ve gone through a lot this year as a campus and a nation. Before we hunker down in the library and stress out over our finals, let’s take a minute to reflect on what we’ve experienced during this long year. The start of 2018 was marked with a tragedy on Trinity’s campus. We mourned the loss of sophomore Robert Foye...

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This week at the Trinitonian, we’re celebrating Halloween. Reactions seem polarized — everyone is either really excited or couldn’t care less. Whether you love Halloween or hate it, try to take a step back and consider it from the other perspective. Several of your peers may not have grown up celebrating Halloween. Last year, we wrote an article where we interviewed students who either no longer celebrated Halloween or didn’t discover what it was until...

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People often ask us about the business behind the newspaper. Where do we get our money? Is it hard? We’re taught in our media classes that the newspaper industry is dying. Is that true for college papers, too? To start from the top, we are different from University-Sponsored Organizations in that the majority of our budget comes from advertising revenue and subscriptions, while the rest comes from the Student Activity Fee. However, this is not...

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OpinionFacing the Facts

September 27, 2018131 min

As your campus newspaper, we’re responsible for relaying the campus climate to you: Trinity’s students, staff, faculty and community members. We strive to do this as accurately and fairly as possible. That is why we recently have focused on raising our standards for accuracy to ensure the articles and columns we publish do not misrepresent the story at hand. This specifically comes to mind after last week’s editorial on consent. Last week’s editorial, written by...

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OpinionFashion is for everyone

September 14, 2018141 min

Welcome back to the Trini-Vogue-ian. Fashion — whether you love it or couldn’t care less for it — is part of our everyday lives. Fashion is how we express ourselves and show our personality. It’s also how we choose to give off impressions, whether it’s personal or professional. This year, we want to reflect on fashion over the last few and today and how the evolution has come to reflect a changing society. As ABBA...