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What do you want your life to look like in five years? In 10 years? Thirty years? Graduating communication seniors got a glimpse of some of the career paths they might take last Friday at Communication Day. The communication department held three different panels with alumni who discussed their careers and the versatility of a communication degree.  Communication Day began with a luncheon with the keynote speaker, NBC News producer John Bentley. Following the luncheon,...

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PulseSeniors start UU club

November 15, 2017172 min

Mackenzie Hill and Claire Burrus both identify as atheists; they are also both thoroughly invested in their church. This semester, the two seniors are starting a religious club on campus, focused more on group discussion and service to the community than on a specific creed. So, what is this religion without a doctrine? Why, in a time of rapidly declining religious involvement for young adults, are these atheists so involved? According to the official website,...

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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...