President Tyler “Ty” Tinker (Junior) “SGA is in a good position right now. I’m not seeking to uproot the foundational systems in place. President Deva and VP Daniel have done an outstanding job in establishing a well structured constitution and a diverse and canny senate. They’ve earned strong praise for that, as they’ve given us an opportunity to fritter less with minute details and focus on the long term objectives that our senate has always...

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This week, the 36 members of Trinity’s Board of Trustees convene on campus for the first of their three tri-annual meetings this year. For those unfamiliar with our university’s leadership structure, president Danny Anderson and the five vice presidents aren’t really in charge of the school. They bear that responsibility in tandem with three other administrators and 30 other members of the board, many of them Trinity alumni who have graduated as recently as 1999...

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PulseOne year of Trump

November 1, 2017112 min

As the one year anniversary of President Trump’s election rolls around, students reflect on the new administration following the surprising upset against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. “My initial reaction was to kind of cringe, because I didn’t want either of the main presidential candidates, because I thought they were both bad “” but I thought everyone was bad,” said Travis Fulkerson, junior political science major and Tigers for Liberty (TFL) member. “I was...

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Trinity’s Student Government Association (SGA) elections are nearing; campaigning took place from Monday to Friday this past week and voting begins Oct. 30. Nick Santulli, SGA president and senior political science major, explained the positions that are going to be elected and what they do. “We have five senators from each class available,” Santulli said. “Senators vote on different issues, they can raise motions. We’ll also be electing a vice president and a president. The...

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On Sept. 5, President Trump announced that he would rescind the Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in six months. In response, Danny Anderson, university president, announced his support for policies that protect DACA recipients, and student groups have begun a conversation about Trump’s decision. The program allows immigrants who arrived in the United States illegally as children to live, work and go to school without fear of deportation. Following Trump’s announcement, many students...