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Last weekend, I helped coach my cousin’s three vs. three soccer tournament. Since his team was all dressed as Minions, I, of course, had to wear my Minion onesie to maintain the theme. As I stood on the field, watching children chase the ball like bees to honey, sweating because I was wearing a onesie in Texas, I looked around and appreciated how many people where there. The complex where the tournament was held had...

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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...

On this past Monday, in the Tigers’ Den, the Trinity Review held its annual Open Mic, an all-in-one scary story contest and a costume contest “” both of which were voted on by the audience. The event was made to celebrate horror and gothic literature on Trinity’s campus, and to contribute to the Halloween spirit. The Trinity Review is Trinity’s literary magazine dedicated to collecting and celebrating literature, poetry and all other forms of literature...

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Studying abroad is one of those once-in-a-lifetime opportunities that is hard to pass up. But missing your favorite American holidays while abroad will always make you think twice. Halloween is undoubtedly a very American tradition, but you won’t be completely stuck if you decide to study abroad next fall. There are plenty of ways you can still get in on the fun of fright nights and free candy, even over 1,000 miles away. Please keep...

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As Halloween approaches, many students are excited for the holiday and are making plans to celebrate. However, some students either choose not to celebrate or grew up not celebrating, and view Halloween differently than most Trinity students. Morgan Jones, junior engineering science major, grew up celebrating Halloween, but hasn’t celebrated since his sophomore year of high school. “The biggest reason of all is that I’m just too busy,” Jones said. “Engineering is hard, and a...

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As Halloween approaches, many Trinity students are finding themselves without a spooky costume. We procrastinators have put off finding a costume for so long that now we find ourselves scrambling to throw something together at the last minute, and in my case I already know it won’t come together as well as I want it to. Even worse, many people will panic and lose their inspiration when they realize that Halloween is upon them and...

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Halloween is approaching once again, and with it comes the spooky, terrifying dilemma: Should you buy a costume or make your own? For creative types, especially those who own a wide variety of strange clothing already, making your own costume is probably a great, fun idea. However, for everyone else, buying a costume works just fine. Now, it’s almost certainly true that a self-made costume will look better and have the added sheen of originality,...

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Running low on funds? Don’t want to use a boring store-bought costume? No worries, there’s a simple solution: this Halloween, make your own costume! DIY (do it yourself) costumes sometimes get a bad rap. They’re too last minute, not as put-together as ones you could purchase in a store or online, etc. But before you go to Party City this year, consider these reasons why getting creative is the right move for your Halloween looks....