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Patricia A. McGuire, President, Trinity Washington University
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Patricia A. McGuire, President, Trinity Washington University
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Sep
17
2022

2022 Constitution Day: The Right to Privacy

What does the Trinity community think about the right to privacy and the Dobbs case? Preliminary survey results for Constitution Day.

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Aug
28
2022

Voices of Trinity: Student Loan Debt Relief

Trinity students welcome the Biden Administration’s Student Loan Debt Relief Plan.

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Aug
14
2022

Imagine Our Founders

We celebrate Trinity’s history not for nostalgia but for the lessons our founding can teach us about the pathway to our future.

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Jun
19
2022

Emancipation Delayed, Freedom Denied

Make Juneteenth a day to inspire the continuing quest for true freedom and equality.

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May
27
2022

White Supremacy, Gun Violence, and the Obligations of Education

We must do more, far more, than “thoughts and prayers” — our education demands that we ACT for racial and social justice in this nation.

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Apr
24
2022

April 2022 Community Survey Results

Students, faculty and staff don’t hold back when it comes to telling us how they are faring in the final weeks of the semester.

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Apr
15
2022

Resurrection and Hope

The real meaning of Easter is not in loud triumphalism but in the quiet ways we offer hope and peace to others.

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Mar
06
2022

How the American Rescue Plan Helped Trinity Students

Trinity students have received nearly $6.5 million in emergency grants and balance paydowns from the federal pandemic relief program for higher education.,

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Feb
06
2022

Bigotry and Blasphemy

Seeing Christ in every face is not blasphemy; the defense of faith cannot be premised on bigotry.

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Jan
07
2022

President Biden’s Defense of Democracy

“…with rights come responsibilities: the responsibility to see each other as neighbors — maybe we disagree with that neighbor, but they’re not an adversary; the responsibility to accept defeat then get back in the arena and try again the next time to make your case; the responsibility to see that America is an idea — an idea that requires vigilant stewardship.”

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