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Stay classy…

Wow! The semester flew by, which I guess is never really a surprise since it happens every semester, but again my feelings are the same; glad but also sadden by the fact there is so much more to learn in … Continue reading

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Is this really goodbye?

One more class left? Are you serious? This semester went by in the blink of an eye. It truly feels as if I should have at least a month before Christmas break. Then again, that might have something to do … Continue reading

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This is the End …

Is this class really coming to an end? I wish time had a “slow-down” button! I would love to have more time to further enjoy the pleasures of this course, and of course, have more time to study for finals. … Continue reading

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The End of the World? Debatable.

December 21, 2012, just a normal day filled with crisp, cool weather and the smell of hot cocoa, right? Wrong. Rumors, theories, and suspicions regarding our rapidly approaching apocalyptic future have heavily occupied the media for years. From film to … Continue reading

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Hi, I’m Lauren. I like rocks.

My name is Lauren Copley and I’m a senior here at Trinity.  After struggling through a couple of majors, I’ve landed myself in the Geology department.  Yes, that’s right, I will be looking at rocks for the rest of my … Continue reading

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A Mile High

Hey everybody!!!! My name is Zach Motz, I live on the 2nd floor of Herndon, I’m a freshman, and I hail from the lovely lands of Denver, Colorado. I am very proud of where I come from and have the … Continue reading

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And now, presenting…

Hey, guys! My name is Riley Newson, and I’m a junior at Trinity University. My family currently lives in Kansas City, Missouri, but we’ve moved around quite a bit because my dad was in the Army.  I was born in … Continue reading

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