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This year, Trinity reaches its sesquicentennial. And we’ve come a long way. As university historian Douglas Brackenridge mentioned in his column last week, only 502 students graduated from Trinity in its first 50 years. Since 2005, Trinity has graduated an average of more than 600 students per year. Trinity enrolls roughly four times as many students now than it did when the university celebrated its 50th anniversary in 1919. In the early 1970s, discussion of...

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Trinity will celebrate its 150th anniversary at the beginning of 2019, less than a year from now. In the mind of a college student, 11 months can seem like an eternity. Within that time span, your course load, extracurricular involvements and personal relationships can all change dramatically. From the perspective of an institution that has endured almost one-and-a half centuries, however, a single year is more like a wrinkle. That’s why now is the time...