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By Daniel Conrad and Kathleen Creedon Sophomore Cayley Mandadi, cheerleader and woman of Chi Beta Epsilon, died on the afternoon of Oct. 31. Mourning students joined a Nov. 1 gathering led by university chaplain Stephen Nickle and Gary Neal, director of Counseling Services; a memorial vigil is being planned. Students, staff and faculty were officially informed of Mandadi’s death early Nov. 1, when university president Danny Anderson sent an email to campus with the subject...

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Tiger volleyball has been destroying their opponents for the last few tournaments, earning them the No. 3 rank in the country. While the Tigers fell to No. 2-ranked Colorado College this past weekend, they crushed other opponents, including Austin College, University of Dallas and Centenary College, making them 16-3 in their season, and 4-0 in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference. “They’re doing really well; I’m really proud of them. It’s a fun group, a really...

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SportsTrinity cheer team expands

September 20, 2017171 min

Trinity’s cheer squad is back in action and looking forward to their debut at the home football game this upcoming Saturday. Co-captains Zoe Heeter and Heather Hayes are excited that their team has doubled in size. “I’m really excited to have a bigger team with our new girls. They are all so sweet and make great additions to the team. I’m also looking forward to cheering on our sports teams and getting back out there...

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After doubling the size of their team, the Trinity University rugby team is looking to bring the intensity to the field this year. The club sport is not widely known around campus. In fact, if you’re unfamiliar with the sport most popular in the former English colonies, it can be hard to differentiate from American football. “You wear no gear, just a mouthpiece. When you get tackled, you gotta keep going. There’s no stopping once...