Mind Games

SB 11 and HB 18 are symptoms of a larger shift in how our culture views schools. Instead of just viewing school as a place for academic learning, we increasingly view it as a place for young adult daycare and moral growth.

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The Conservatism of Russell Kirk: Prescription

As college students, we go to class and hear our professors spout their opinions about what is wrong with the world and how to fix it. We watch our peers get swept away by pandering politicians at rallies. It seems as if in every corner of Coates Library, students are huddled together, sharing their ways […]

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CSG Hosts First Thomistic Institute Lecture

On Feb. 11, Trinity University’s Catholic Student Group (CSG) hosted Fr. Isaac Morales to give a lecture titled “What Has the Historical Jesus To Do With the Church’s Christ?”. Morales is a Catholic priest in the Dominican Order and a Biblical scholar who obtained his PhD in New Testament from Duke University. The topic of […]

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UT Federalist Society Hosts Campus Free Speech Symposium

On Jan. 26, the Texas Student Chapter of the Federalist Society, an organization of conservative and libertarian lawyers and law students, hosted a “Campus Free Speech Symposium” at the University of Texas (UT) School of Law in Austin, TX. Judges, professors and free speech advocates spoke on panels discussing free speech on college campuses. The […]

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Abbott Sets SD 19 Runoff Date for Sept 18

Governor Greg Abbott announced today the date for the runoff in the emergency special election runoff for Senate District 19. Election day will be September 18, with early voting running from September 10-14. This runoff will fill the seat previously held by the former state senator Carlos Uresti (D). Former Colonel Game Warden and Republican Peter […]

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