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Economy

Did Workers Die for Our Hoodies?

- Coming a century after the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire, the Bangladesh factory fire that killed 112 garment workers last weekend is a scandalous reminder of the still-urgent need to uphold the rights of workers and to call out major corporations who exploit overseas labor to increase profit margins.
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Mayor Gray’s New D.C. Scholarships

- D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray's new program awarding need-based scholarships to D.C. residents redresses a longstanding injustice in financial aid policy for D.C. residents!
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We’re All Snobs Now

- So much silly rhetoric in this presidential campaign!
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Our Brothers’ and Sisters’ Keepers

- U.S. political narcissism ignores the larger moral issues affecting people around the world. Social justice demands a larger world view. Pray for the people of Honduras today.
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Global Agenda for a New Year

- 2012 is a new year with a timeless agenda: freedom, peace, economic and educational equality. We need leaders equal to these challenges.
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Calculating College Worth

- In an era when many questions arise about the value of a college education, Trinity is worth it!
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Jobs and The Circus

- Stop the Political Circus! Good advice for politicians of all stripes. Join the discussion for Constitution Day --- add your comments for Voices of Trinity!
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Labor Day Lite

- With millions of Americans out of work, it's time for politicians to do their jobs and stop the bickering. Real leadership focuses on the policy solutions, not the nuances of speech scheduling.
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An Unconscionable Great Divide

- D.C. tops the list of hungry children in a recent study, but a Gallup poll says we're the most economically optimistic place in the nation. Go figure!
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The Biggest Losers

- Recent report from the Children's Defense Fund confirms that children are the biggest losers in the economic catastrophes of our times.
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Patricia A. McGuire, President, Trinity, 125 Michigan Ave. NE, Washington, DC 20017
Phone: 202.884.9050   Email: president@trinitydc.edu


Patricia A. McGuire, President, Trinity, 125 Michigan Ave. NE, Washington, DC 20017
Phone: 202.884.9050   Email: president@trinitydc.edu