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Grateful and honored to attend this university

Carlos Anchondo May 2, 2014

When my grandfather returned from World War II, he enrolled at Michigan Tech on the GI Bill. He lived with my grandmother in a two-room house with my aunt and my uncle, both small children at the time....

Hernandez strives to maintain Havana’s cultural integrity and identity with a “master plan” for the 21st century

Carlos Anchondo April 6, 2014

Julio Cesar Perez Hernandez presented "A Master Plan for 21st Century Havana" on Tuesday, April 1, in Northrup 040, where he outlined both the history of the city and what he envisions for the future....

9:09 Movie Series features blockbuster “Catching Fire”

Carlos Anchondo February 28, 2014

Mabee Dining Hall was full of students Thursday night for Student Programming Board's (SPB) 9:09 Movie Series, featuring "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire." The film, the second in the 9:09 series, followed...

Dear Class of 2014

Carlos Anchondo January 31, 2014

What has Trinity meant to you? While it is possible to measure your four years at Trinity in dollars spent, we hope that many of you would also describe your experiences in other ways: in the memories...

Malveaux calls for the audacity to make things right

Malveaux calls for the audacity to make things right

Carlos Anchondo January 24, 2014

Julianne Malveaux, labor economist, former university president, author and television contributor, addressed Trinity University and the San Antonio community on Jan. 16 in honor of Martin Luther King,...

Greek life elects new officers, now in shadow period

Carlos Anchondo December 6, 2013

On Monday, Nov. 25, the Greek Council elected a new set of officers for the next calendar year. Leading Greek life will be Men's Co-Chair John Pederson and Women's Co-Chair Sarah Gambell. Pederson, a...

Say “˜No’ to predatory culture and Stand in Solidarity

Carlos Anchondo November 22, 2013

Thank you to everyone who attended Stand in Solidarity on Nov. 20 at Miller Fountain. At the event, students were encouraged to share thoughts on immigration reform and write on a poster (currently in...

Student organization pursues name change

Carlos Anchondo November 12, 2013

The Association of Student Representatives (ASR) is attempting to change its name to the Student Government Association of Trinity University (SGA). Sophomore senator Mikaela McDonald introduced the amendment...

Tiger’s Den fire quelled immediately

Carlos Anchondo October 27, 2013

On Tuesday, Oct. 22, a small fire occurred in the Tiger's Den. No people were in the Tiger's Den at the time. The fire was the result of a malfunction with a high voltage electrical panel in the mechanical...

Faculty-led study abroad complements traditional style

Carlos Anchondo October 27, 2013

Since the departure of advisor Brigette Thompson in August, interviews have been held and a new advisor is expected to be hired by the end of November. Four candidates have been considered for the position....

A dishonorable portrayal

Carlos Anchondo October 27, 2013

On Oct. 11, the Trinitonian ran a photograph on the front page, above the fold, of a San Antonio AIDS Foundation van that visited the Coates Esplanade. On the van is a woman, adorned with a yellow flower...

MAS Cuba

Carlos Anchondo October 4, 2013

An information session was held on Sept. 27 at 5 p.m. in Storch 102 regarding an educational trip to Cuba over winter break. The trip, led by professors Mario Gonzalez and Natsuo Nishikawa, is part of...

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