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Monthly Archives: November 2015

Max Le Merle ’16 reflects on his time at Trinity

MAX LE MERLE ’16 CONTRIBUTING WRITER Initially, when I arrived at Trinity College, I was completely alone.  As I was from San Francisco, the culture at Trinity was completely different from anything I had expected; People were more reserved, less openly friendly, and winter was absolutely brutal (I wore shorts and t-shirts for the first month… Continue Reading

Poetry Corner: Bhumika Choudhary ’18

BHUMIKA CHOUDHARY ’18 STAFF WRITER Reality or Illusion The two heaviest keys of the piano Are pressed down together to make a sound, the sound of a Paused heart beat. The repetition, the intensity Takes me to a black box, Where silver zigzag lines are piercing my ears like a bee’s constant buzzing. My pupils… Continue Reading

Golf Club offers inclusive opportunities for students

KELLY VAUGHAN ’17 FEATURES EDITOR While many Trinity students have an interest in sports and are athletically inclined, not all participate in a sport at the varsity level. Therefore, club sports are a viable option for students wanting to participate in a competitive sport that they are passionate about without the early morning practices or… Continue Reading

HERO law was right, in spite of consequences

LORENZO PUOPOLO ’18 CONTRIBUTING WRITER   On Tuesday, November 3rd, Houston held a referendum that repealed the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO), a bill that banned discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity, race, age, marital status, military status, and nine other characteristics. Houston’s mayor, Annise Parker (D), the first openly gay mayor in a… Continue Reading

Clery Act Data reveals surprises about Trinity trends

JACOB JORDAN ’16 CONTRIBUTING WRITER The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, or simply the Clery Act, was put into place in 1990 after the rape and murder of 19-year old Lehigh University student Jeanne Clery. The Clery Act requires all colleges that participate in federal financial aid programs… Continue Reading