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Students shuffled into Laurie Auditorium and took their seats, anticipating the start of the show’s events. Curtains opened to reveal the talents of gifted performers. Spotlight — Trinity’s annual talent show, coordinated by Student Programming Board — was underway.  Of the talent revealed on the evening of March 23, junior Kenneth Kusima seemed to be a cut above the rest. His rendition of Sam Smith’s pop hit “Too Good at Goodbyes” wowed the judges, winning...

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For Trinity students in search of a change in culture, Jacob Tingle, professor of sports management, offers a study abroad course called Sport in London. In the spring semester, students are taken to London for a two-week study of sports outside of the U.S. These two weeks are jampacked with activities. “In addition to visits and guest lectures at a number of sport venues, [such as] Emirates Stadium, home of Arsenal F.C; Wimbledon; Wembley Stadium;...

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For most Tigers, the month of May signals one thing and one thing only: the start of summer. Yet, for a few Tiger athletes, the month of May brings on a whole new meaning. May is championship season. Last spring, several track and field athletes competed in the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Matthew Love, a senior from New Braunfels, Texas, represented Trinity in the men’s discus. Love finished in 11th place...