Ask any senior on campus if what they’re doing now is anything close to what they imagined it would be four years ago, and most would probably say no. Even the seniors on the Trinitonian had no idea how much they would be involved in the publication at this point. Funny how things turn out. We in the editorial staff came into college thinking that this was where we would figure out how to be...

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Texans do not like to talk about politics. The Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Life recently published the 2018 Texas Civic Health Index, which used the U.S. Census Bureau’s Current Population Survey (CPS) to compile a report on the state of civic life in Texas. It indicates that Texans appear to be apathetic about discussing politics: “When asked how frequently they talk about politics with friends and family, only 23 percent say they do so...

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A representative from the Peace Corps visited campus on Wednesday, Sept. 27, to host an information session for prospective Peace Corps volunteers at Trinity. “The mission of the Peace Corps is to promote global peace and friendship,” said Brendan Cavanagh, the Peace Corps representative who presented to about 10 students that day. A former Peace Corps volunteer himself, Cavanagh served the Ivory Coast for three years. Peace Corps volunteers serve with three goals in mind,...

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Community is a two-way street. You belong to the community and it serves you, but relationships are meant to be reciprocal. First-years, allow us to welcome you to Trinity University. You’re now a part of the family. No matter where you find your niche in the Skyline Campus, we sincerely hope that you develop a robust sense of community belonging here. We also hope that, in time, you come to appreciate what this community needs...