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Enter if you dare

Enter if you dare

Alexandra Uri October 26, 2017

On a dark and stormy night, the Trinitonian staff gathered to write about all things creepy and spooky on Trinity's campus. Outside the newsroom walls, students turned into the walking dead from midterms...

Welcome to the Trini-Vogue-ian

Welcome to the Trini-Vogue-ian

Alexandra Uri September 21, 2017

As the leaves begin to change and the weather turns cooler, something incredible begins to happen across the world. In the great fashion capitals of the world "” New York, London, Milan and Paris "”...

Alexandra Uri poses in one of three outfits she found on her thrifting adventure. photo by Amani Canada

Get ready to (thrift) shop until you drop

Alexandra Uri September 21, 2017

Shopping can be such a wonderful experience. For many people, like myself, it can be a time to focus only on yourself and treat yourself to things that make you happy. There's nothing quite like finding...

Health, wellness and you

Health, wellness and you

Alexandra Uri September 6, 2017

A letter from the (Managing) Editor Hello wonderful Trinitonian readers, and welcome to our first special section: the Health and Wellness issue. Throughout the year we are going to be running a series...

Hurricane Harvey expected to make landfall early this weekend

Alexandra Uri August 24, 2017

As Hurricane Harvey approaches the Texas coast, the Trinity community is beginning to prepare for heavy rain, wind and potential flooding throughout San Antonio. According to the National Weather Service,...

Illustration by Yessenia Lopez

Our Trinity Bucket List

Alexandra Uri August 17, 2017

Starting college can be a daunting experience. With so many opportunities to take advantage of at Trinity and in San Antonio, it can feel like an insurmountable task to fit everything into four years....

Staff stock photo

Sexual assault: a closer look

Alexandra Uri April 7, 2017

By Alexandra Uri By Emily Elliot Almost 20 years ago Rachel Pineda, then a sophomore communication major from a small town in Texas, thought she was getting the internship of a lifetime with an independent...

Damage of the tornado’s touchdown can be seen throughout the areas that surround Trinity.
photo by CLAUDIA GARCIA

Tornado touches down near Trinity

Alexandra Uri March 1, 2017

Damage from storm disrupts lives of students While many students prepared to start the week, violent winds and rain shook San Antonio late on Sunday night. The National Weather Service (NWS) confirmed...

Dr. Singh speaks with a group of students regarding Trump's recent travel ban

Trinity community reacts to Trump’s Muslim ban

Alexandra Uri February 2, 2017

Students write letters of encouragement to members of San Antonio's Muslim community Shock, confusion and disbelief. These were the general reactions of Trinity students to President Donald Trump's...

Turning broken hearts into mended art

Turning broken hearts into mended art

Alexandra Uri January 26, 2017

Like many Americans I was heartbroken about this year's presidential election. I was worried as a woman, a member of the LGBTQ community and simply as a general supporter of human decency. I worried about...

A quite

A quite “Unfortunate” Netflix adaptation

Alexandra Uri January 19, 2017

Like many kids in our generation, I avidly read Lemony Snicket's "A Series of Unfortunate Events." I enjoyed that they didn't have a happy ending and that it involved a decent amount of thinking for...

The residential life staff assures that no unordinary surveillance has been going on at the City Vista apartment complex. File photo

Trinity purchases City Vista building

Alexandra Uri January 19, 2017

(Co-written with News Reporter Philip McKeon) On Wednesday morning, President Danny Anderson sent an email to the Trinity community announcing that the university had acquired the City Vista apartments...

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