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graphic by Alex Parris Hot gossip? More like ice cold Chisme. Chisme sits in the middle of what might as well be the most important street for Trinity nightlife — North St. Mary’s Street. Beloved for the multitude of affordable bars, a variety of restaurants and the Taco Truck, North St. Mary’s Street provides the perfect place for Trinity students to find solace from their studies. Chisme and their happy hour is no exception to...

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While in Spain, I have tried my fair share of Spanish cuisine. I’ve learned that seafood, olive oil and pork are incredibly popular in most Spanish foods. Unfortunately, I’ve finally hit that wall where I really just need something greasy and unabashedly American. But I’ve come to love the food that I’ve eaten so far, and I decided to ask my fellow Trinity in Spain students — and faculty — who are here with me...