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Category four Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico late September this year. The storm destroyed the territory, leaving more than three million U.S. citizens without electricity or running water. Since then, relief efforts have been slow going, inspiring some Trinity students to get involved. Jenna Shultz, first-year and intended biology and classical studies double major, approached David Tuttle, dean of students, concerning a fundraising campaign she felt passionate about. Both of Shultz’s parents are...

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This semester, the geosciences department will offer a variety of experiential learning opportunities for students interested in the field. “We try to have field trips in virtually every class we teach. It’s not 100 percent, but it’s close, and typically, more advanced courses have longer and more advanced field trips in them, so most of our introductory courses have one-day trips,”¬Ě said Glenn Kroeger, associate professor of geosciences. “For example, we teach a course called...

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Correction: This article originally stated that the political science department altered its policies regarding study abroad courses. It was only a coincidence that the courses that involved trips to Berlin and The Hague were offered for two spring semesters in a row. Via David Crockett, chair of the political science department: “The¬†department chair has the authority to determine which courses will be offered every semester. Those decisions require balancing a variety of considerations, factoring in...