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Illustration by Genevieve Humphreys College is often a young adult’s first opportunity to pursue an adult-style romantic relationship without constant parental supervision. This increase in autonomy can be exciting, but it can also feel overwhelming. Students often wonder, “Is my relationship good for me?” or “Is this what love is supposed to be like?” Unfortunately, college students also fall under the age group that is most likely to become victims of intimate partner violence (IPV)...

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One of the major differences between Division I and Division III athletics is the attention paid to athlete diets. While Division I schools such as the University of Texas at Austin have athlete-exclusive dining halls with meals constructed specifically for athlete diets, Trinity, as a DIII school, does not have this luxury, leaving athletes to eat at Mabee Dining Hall and the Commons. “I feel it’s good enough, for what it is. We aren’t DI, so...