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For a few hours on Nov. 16, rumors swirled around that Trinity’s department of sociology and anthropology had endorsed the Campus Anti-fascist Network (CAN). CAN is a multi-campus organization of left-wing students, faculty and staff whose mission is to stop the fascist movement through direct action. CAN is a part of the Antifa movement, which is currently under petition on the White House petitioning system “We the People” to be officially listed as a terrorist...

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Wendy Rigby, biomedical reporter and alumna, addressed approximately 15 Trinity students “” most of whom were members of the Chemistry Club “” on Wednesday evening. Rigby focused on how to communicate scientific research to the public. Rigby’s appearance was made possible by the Trinity Chemistry Club and the department of communication. Rigby boasts a 25-year career in broadcast journalism, of which she spent 20 years at KENS-TV, the local CBS affiliate, where she covered health...

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Last weekend, Trinity’s policy debate team made its second showing in the elimination rounds of national tournaments this season. Of 133 entries, sophomores Ian Dill and Ansh Khullar nabbed the No. 22 ranking at the Franklin R. Shirley Classic held at Wake Forest University, held Nov. 11″“13. Trinity participates in policy debate, a format that squares two teams of two against one another for matches that can exceed two hours in length. The team is...

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NewsShow me the money, honey

November 14, 2017142 min

The Trinity Bee Alliance gathered on the roof of the Center for Science and Innovation for their annual honey harvest. The group collected 80 small jars of honey that they will start to sell on Nov. 16. The Bee Alliance tends to the hives year-round while promoting the importance of protecting pollinators across campus in order to maintain healthy plants and ecosystems. Abbi Bowen, president of the organization and sophomore English major, commented on this...

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For weeks, a foul smell interrupted the lives of South Hall residents. On Oct. 31, Facilities Services had identified the source of the strong odor. A pipe had broken, and sewage had been leaking beneath the building. Residents were given the option to relocate as the problem was dealt with over the next few days. Water to the building was turned off twice in the days following the announcement of the problem. An email from...

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NewsTrinity faculty talks failure

November 8, 2017311 min

A panel of five members of Trinity’s faculty from various departments shared their stories of failure in their lives to a group of approximately 30 students. The panel was organized by the Student Success Center with the hopes of helping students learn how to deal with failure. The panel consisted of Paula Hertel, professor of psychology, Katsuo Nishikawa, professor of political science, Brian Miceli, associate professor of mathematics, Diane Persellin, professor of music, and Alex...

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Just five days before registration for the spring semester, the schedule for computer science courses was finalized. Prior to the near last-minute update, a series of emails to majors and faculty members announced the necessity to restructure the course schedule, leaving students on edge as enrollment quickly approached. Paul Myers, chair of the computer science department, cites increased interest in computer science as a reason for the scheduling problems. “Our enrollments have typically been like...

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Journalist Ted Koppel boasts an impressive career, covering conflicts from Southeast Asia to the hostage crisis in Iran. Founder of “Nightline,” Koppel anchored and managed the revolutionary nightly news broadcast for 26 years. Koppel addressed a large crowd of Trinity students and members of the public in Laurie Auditorium on Nov. 1, presenting his lecture, “The Future of Journalism: A Brave New World.” While he spoke of his personal history, Koppel’s lecture chiefly covered the...