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Young student protesters have occupied the business district of Hong Kong various times in the last couple of years in a battle for democracy. Given this situation, Gina Tam, assistant professor of history, brought an expert in the historical legacy of China’s youth protests to speak at Trinity. Jeffrey Wasserstrom, chancellor’s professor of history at the University of California at Irvine, came to Trinity on Thursday, Oct. 26, to give a lecture on Asian youth...

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Anna Rado, a Holocaust survivor and San Antonio resident, gave a lecture in Laurie Auditorium on Monday at 7 p.m. The event was open to the public; roughly 150 people were in attendance. After Rado spoke about her time in Auschwitz and her experience of losing most of her family members, she spoke about her gratitude and desire to spread a positive message. “After all the things I went through, I am still very blessed...

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What do you get when you combine a love for sports, math and economics? Potentially, a career in Sports Analytics. That’s what Dwight Lutz, class of 2009, did. While at Trinity, Lutz played for the men’s basketball team and earned a double major in mathematics and economics. After going on to get his master’s degree in statistics, Lutz submitted some of his work to the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference and was picked up by...