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Imon Ferguson, a 2017 graduate who majored in physics and mathematics, sipped his coffee in Einstein Bros. Bagels one fall morning of his senior year. This was no ordinary breakfast for Ferguson. He was waiting for Jamie Thompson, the director of Student Involvement, to discuss the possibility of joining an ad hoc diversity committee. From this point on, Ferguson, as the student advisor on this project, would help form the new structure of diversity administration...

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On the weekend of Sept. 15, Trinity University sent six students to a policy debate tournament at Georgia State University. Policy debate, which features teams of two arguing the intricacies of a year-long debate topic, is a fiercely competitive game; more than 30 universities across the nation were represented. That didn‘t stop sophomores Ian Dill and Ansh Khullar from making it to the double-octofinal round, placing them as one of the best-performing 32 teams at...

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There’s a buzz outside of South Hall, and it’s coming from Andrew Cable’s hair clippers. Cable, a senior biology major, has been providing haircuts to friends on campus for about a year and a half. This year, he is typically open for business on Friday afternoons, when he cuts hair to relax after a week of studying and working two jobs. “I normally do Friday afternoons. I’m working in admissions 10 hours a week, I’m...