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I watched my grandpa die over winter break. It might seem morbid talking about death and loss only a couple of days after Valentine’s Day, but I don’t think it’s morbid at all. In fact, I think that there are quite a few students at Trinity who have experienced loss, perhaps multiple times, and I think that this story is still about love. It’s just not about romantic love. During the fall semester, my grandpa’s...

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SportsCollege teams we cheer for

September 11, 201781 min

With the start of college football season, a few questions are lingering in the air alongside the lofting scents of grilled meat and cheap beer. First, is Texas back? Second, where did Texas go? Answers: No, and down the toilet. Don’t at me. Here at Trinity, there are other questions related to Division I college sports. First, what Division I teams do Trinity students root for when they watch Division I college sports? And second, why...

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Trinity students staged a teach-in to oppose Senate Bill 4, or SB4, which is more commonly known as the “˜show me your papers’ bill. The event was held on Friday, Sep. 1, the same day the bill was supposed to go into effect statewide. Emily Bourgeois, sophomore English major, organized the event alongside Judith Norman, assistant professor of philosophy, to show that Trinity students stand against discrimination. “A lot of students are using it as...

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Hurricane Harvey’s impact on campus is undeniable. The storm devastated the Houston area the weekend of Aug. 26 as the wettest tropical storm in US history. With winds up to 130 miles per hour, it damaged over 185,000 Texas homes and dumped over 30 inches of rain, leaving an estimated 30 percent of Harris County underwater. More than 25 percent of students and about 15 percent of alumni have family in Houston or along the Texan...