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Illustration by Ren Rader It never bothered me much in the past; in fact, I quite liked playing the role of the contrarian sometimes. People’s discomfort and confusion with my centrist ideology have always been an amusing thing to me. I have always been a born and bred Democrat that bleeds blue. However, I am a different kind of breed from the ones many of you typically hear about on MSNBC or read about in...

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The Faculty Senate, a governmental body composed of faculty members from different departments, has updated the parental leave policy for Trinity academic faculty. The new policy went into effect this spring. According to Pamela Johnston, assistant vice president for Human Resources, the changes extend the amount of time given to faculty members. “The previous policy guaranteed eight weeks of paid leave but gave up to a semester depending on the circumstances,” Johnston said. “The new policy gives a...

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According to Article O Section 3 of the student handbook, students are not allowed to sell merchandise, products or services on campus. However, the university permits students affiliated with the entrepreneurship department to run businesses despite this policy. Generally, students who are looking to start businesses on campus can work with the entrepreneurship department and the university to make this possible.  “We encourage students who are interested in establishing businesses to do so, but it’s nice...

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We wish that anyone who believes in the virtue of democracy could see the value of a journalist’s work as clear as day. Too often, however, reporters are painted as a prying, invasive presence. Popular media often depicts reporters as bullies, associating responsible reporters with tabloid paparazzi. These representations eclipse the banal reality of most journalists’ work. Trinitonian writers are constantly emailing and meeting with public figures on campus: university administrators, staff supervisors, professors, student...