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As I entered my first year at Trinity, I remember ample discussion around our lack of school spirit. At the time, it didn’t strike me as anything out of the ordinary; the students at my high school had many of the same complaints. Student turnout at football games was low, homecoming celebrations were always lackluster and since our mascot was pretty racist (a Native American Warrior), we couldn’t exactly have someone dress up as him...

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Last Thursday, the Prowlers, a Trinity dance team and spirit organization, had their tryouts for the 2017″“2018 academic year. The student-run club promotes wellness of mind and body for students interested in diverse styles of dance. Marina Jones Schweitzer, a junior communication major, would like to see the group become a stronger presence on campus. “The vision for Prowlers is to become an actual Trinity thing in the next five years,” said Schweitzer. “We want...

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NewsNew year, renewed spirit

August 23, 2017161 min

As a new semester rolls around, campus leaders look for new ways to foster a more involved student experience. This initiative has led to the creation of an ad hoc spirit committee, whose goal is to foster a more prideful environment with additional involvement at campus-wide events, such as football games. “At the end of June, Coach [Jerheme] Urban and Hugh Daschbach [senior director of Alumni Relations] called a group together to discuss home football...