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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, which means it’s our Love and Sex issue. Last year, our writers wrote all about sex and not much about love at all. They delved into the culture around casual sex, lube-tasting, kinks and more. But this cuffing season, the Trinitonian has lots to say about love. If you’re curious about all things love-related, turn to page eight to read more. In addition to our regular staff writers...

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Illustration by Andrea Nebhut “All you need is love!” So shouts, and then sings, Ewan McGregor as the penniless but ebullient poet Christian in Baz Luhrmann’s frenetically swooning movie, “Moulin Rouge.” He is — as we’ll see on Valentine’s Day!* — very enthusiastic. But is he right? Is love truly all you need? Well, Christian is quoting the Beatles. Were they right? If we keep pushing that question farther back, eventually we reach the ancient...

San Antonio’s rich culinary tradition is by far one of its best assets. Luckily for Trinity students, some of the city’s most authentic and delicious food is mere minutes away on Hildebrand Avenue. From sushi to tacos, Hildebrand has it all, and today I intend to share the best of it with my fellow Trinity students. Niki’s Tokyo Inn Looks can be deceiving, but insiders know that some of the best sushi in San Antonio...

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Last Thursday I arrived at the Alamo Quarry Starbucks, intent on getting my calculus homework out of the way. To the dismay of both me and my dead computer, every seat adjacent to an outlet had been taken. I reluctantly forked over the price of a venti iced coffee and sat at a high table, limited to busywork that didn’t require a computer. After about 45 minutes, one woman packed up her things and left,...

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In the midst of one recent midnight dorm discussion, my friend Jonathan brought up the knotty topic of mental health: How much is outside encouragement to blame for things like suicide? More generally, to what extent is the mind controlled by influences beyond its reach? I ended up conversing heatedly with my friend Rohan, an ambitious and passionate future neuroscientist, about a subject I knew very little about: the brain. Biological influence came into play...

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My name is Emily Elliott, and I’m a pretty non-confrontational, neutral person “” except when it comes to the fact that there is no one the Trinitonian frustrates more than myself. This might be the first time I’ve ever publicly voiced an opinion, so I’ll give you some context on what finally prompted me to: this weekend, the Trinitonian came under heavy fire when last week’s editorial was shared to Overheard at Trinity, a Facebook...