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Long story short, travelers tell their tales

Long story short, travelers tell their tales

Cate Coe November 21, 2019

From a professor discovering a new species in Tanzania to a student interviewing strangers in Copenhagen, the stories told on Tuesday, Nov. 19 in the Ruth Taylor Cafe Theater depicted a broad range of...

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The balancing act: How some students manage coursework, off-campus jobs

Cate Coe November 13, 2019

Illustration by Ren RaderGoing to university is a full-time job. However, some students at Trinity work on and off campus at jobs or internships while pursuing their studies. How each student manages the...

Allison Wolff talks auditing, forensics and the FBI

Allison Wolff talks auditing, forensics and the FBI

Cate Coe November 7, 2019

Photo by Mona MirpourMost students don’t have internships with the FBI or Dell under their belt by their senior year, but Allison Wolff has both. Wolff is a senior, and in 2020 she will be the first...

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Ah, shirt! Haven’t heard that pun before

Cate Coe October 31, 2019

Photo by Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh“Cool T-shirt guy back with a really cool T-shirt” is the text on junior Kenny McLaren’s favorite shirt. McLaren is a computer science and math double major...

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DIO, TDC have big plans for the next month

Cate Coe October 24, 2019

Illustrations by Ren RaderThe Diversity and Inclusion Office (DIO) and Trinity Diversity Connection (TDC) are constantly looking for ways to engage the community, but how specifically can you get involved...

The Maverick Society: open to opinions and debates

The Maverick Society: open to opinions and debates

Cate Coe October 17, 2019

Photo by Oliver Chapin-EiserlohTo fully embody the definition of the word “maverick,” a person has to be an unorthodox and independently minded individual. They must break away from the current...

Researchers look into rodent brains

Researchers look into rodent brains

Cate Coe October 17, 2019

Photo by Mona MirpourTrinity's campus houses more animals than just cats and skunks. Mice and rats also live within the halls of the Center for Science and Innovation (CSI), all in the service of scientific...

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A very Herbie hobby: Sophomore describes Volkswagen obsession

Cate Coe October 3, 2019

Photo by Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh Whether parked in Prassel Garage or zooming around campus, you have probably seen him. Herbie has become the fascination of the Trinity community — but who sits behind...

LeeRoy, from real Bengal tiger to tiger suit

LeeRoy, from real Bengal tiger to tiger suit

Cate Coe October 3, 2019

File photoLeeRoy the Tiger was first introduced to Trinity in 1953. Lee Roy Pletz, a local builder and developer, purchased and flew in the live Bengal tiger, who was named in honor of his donor. Trinity...

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Trinity alumnus officially installed as chaplain at Parker Chapel service

Cate Coe September 28, 2019

Photo by Matthew ClaybrookMusic filled Parker Chapel as faculty, students and San Antonio locals proceeded into the building. The chapel was filled with conversation and smiles as members of the community...

Global Latinx studies major established

Global Latinx studies major established

Cate Coe September 28, 2019

Photo by Mona MirpourAll the classes that senior Camila Acosta took last year were for a major that didn’t yet exist. Acosta has taken a mix of Spanish, international studies, art history and education...

Alumni return to high school halls

Alumni return to high school halls

Cate Coe September 19, 2019

Photo provided by Julia PoageSarah Ramos spends a majority of her days driving. She has to travel between the 16 different high schools that she serves, ensuring that a team of advisers at each school...

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