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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My Experience at Trinity BSU’s ‘All Black Everything’ Party

This past Saturday I attended the Trinity University Black Student Union’s (BSU) “All Black Everything” party. The organization’s goal was to raise awareness for Black History Month, which occurs each February to commemorate important people and events in the African and African-American community. The theme was all black, meaning partygoers were asked to wear an […]

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Racial Discussions Between YCT and BSU

The Young Conservatives of Texas (YCT) at Trinity University held an event on Jan. 29 that facilitated an open discussion about color blindness versus color awareness. YCT presented questions such as “is calling yourself color blind racist or offensive?”, “how should conservatives think about race?” and “what are we to make of social justice responses […]

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