The general consensus of Trinity students is that there is some diversity on campus, but that there is not much interaction between ethnic and cultural groups. The majority of Trinity students seem to be from the upper-middle class, white, and American. However, the cultural clubs really are relatively active around campus. Associations like AASA, nominally for Asian-Americans, welcome members from every background and often have culturally themed get-togethers during the weeknights that are fun for a study break.
Problems like racial profiling by Campus Safety officers and a lack of interaction between students of different backgrounds have been talked about a lot recently. While these are horrible situations that should not exist in the first place, the fact that they are being aired so much in the open does prove that the real majority of Trinity students are those who are concerned about these trends and eager to see them end.