Modesty in the Classroom

Many people believe that dressing modestly means covering up the female body, or even see modesty as a way for men to oppress women by ‘forcing’ them to dress conservatively. Some feminists even partake in ‘slut walks’ in which participants wear very little clothing in an attempt to normalize immodest attire for women.  Personally, I […]

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Review: Shazam!

Shazam! Is the most recent DCEU movie to come to theaters. Like its predecessor, Aquaman, Shazam! Is full of light-hearted humor to break up the action sequences. Overall, I thought it was a really good movie. And, surprisingly, I found it to have some very conservative values. In the film, the main character Billy Batson […]

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Movie Review: Unplanned

On March 30, I went to see Unplanned with various members of Trinity University’s student organization Tigers For Life, a pro-life club. The movie is based on Abby Johnson’s story as she became a director of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Bryan, TX, and eventually became an outspoken pro-life activist. I am an active member […]

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Rep. Schaefer Files PreNDA in House

On Monday, February 25, Representative Matt Schaefer (R-Tyler) filed House Bill 2434, styled the Preborn Non-Discrimination Act (PreNDA) by its proponents. The bill, and it’s Senate companion SB 1033 by Sen. Kelly Hancock (R-North Richland Hills) would prohibit all abortions after 20 weeks except for those protecting the life of the mother, and abortions performed […]

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The Sexual Revolution Ruined Romance

Today’s teenagers and young adults are entrenched in the modern hook-up culture. At Trinity University in particular, this modern ‘lifestyle’ is particularly rampant. The university promotes sexting as part of healthy relationships. While this is great for the institution’s sense of relevance and relatability to its students, it also reveals a deeper, cultural problem. In […]

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Trinity University Subsidizes Sin

On Saturday, Feb. 3, Black Student Union (BSU) hosted a party at Lush Rooftop—a nightclub that is about twenty minutes away from the university. The party itself had the controversial theme of “All Black,” and BSU members made sure that all Trinity students who came to the club were appropriately dressed for the occasion. This, […]

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