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With senior year at Trinity comes the opportunity to live off campus. For most people, this involves either an apartment or a house with one to three other people. I, however, decided to go for the sitcom scenario of living in a house with five other guys, all members of the Iota Chi Rho fraternity, of which I am not a member. Now, after roughly six months of living among the frat guys, I have...

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Caleb Barbor, senior finance major, lives in City Vista. “I think City Vista is a good middle ground. When you rent a house, you get more exposed to cooking and things like that, but when you’re living on campus, you really just eat at the dining hall, so it doesn’t really help you prepare for healthy living.” Parker Pennington, senior engineering major, lives in City Vista. “[Living on campus] is pretty expensive. I lived off...

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Winner: Bird Bakery Finalists: Bakery Lorraine, Nothing Bundt Cakes OK, I get it — the cupcakes are delicious. The tables are twee. And the latte is filled with enough sugar to make it more dessert than coffee. But where the hell is Armie Hammer? I saw peach and blueberry cobblers, gluten-free brownies, even tomato pies, but no Armie, the husband of Bird Bakery founder Elizabeth Chambers. Known for his Parent Trap turn in “The Social...

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There was once a time when students’ access to campus was controlled by two simple variables: whether you had a key to your dorm, and whether the building’s doors were unlocked. In 2001, the Association of Student Representatives — renamed Student Government Association in 2013 — successfully lobbied Trinity to ditch the keys in favor of proximity card readers and ID cards outfitted with microchips, much like the ones we use to swipe into buildings...