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The Cake Boss comes to San Antonio

Cathy Terrace February 28, 2018

Ever want to impress your friends with a world-famous cake? Well, San Antonians will soon have ample opportunity as the TLC show “Cake Boss” opens up a new location of Carlo’s Bakery at The Shops...

illustration by Julia Poage, staff illustrator

Trinity participates in annual Recyclemania

Cathy Terrace February 28, 2018

This February, Trinity University participated in Recyclemania, a national competition among college campuses to promote waste reduction held nationally. Larger schools often see the event as a competition...

graphic by Liz Day, graphics editor

Faculty clarifies fixed scholarships

Cathy Terrace February 22, 2018

Trinity scholarships are determined before students enroll at Trinity. However, once scholarships are awarded to students, the amount is fixed, despite changes in tuition. According to Eric Maloof, vice...

illustration by Andrea Nebhut

Trinity Progressives, women and gender studies department talk reproductive justice

Cathy Terrace February 22, 2018

Trinity Progressives (T-Prog) hosted “Reproductive Justice 101” on Feb. 20, as the club addresses reproductive health, access and justice. About 20 people attended the discussion, which was co-sponsored...

Reflecting on campus (in)accessibility

Reflecting on campus (in)accessibility

Cathy Terrace February 15, 2018

Accessibility is one of the most important issues in my life. Ten years ago, I was diagnosed with a muscle disorder, one which causes me to experience barriers to mobility and chronic back pain. It’s...

TDC discusses racial representation in comic books

TDC discusses racial representation in comic books

Cathy Terrace February 14, 2018

In anticipation of the opening of “Black Panther,” the first major film featuring a black superhero protagonist, Trinity Diversity Connection (TDC) hosted a diversity dialogue called "Who Gets to be...

Accessibility spotlight: Resources for addiction

Accessibility spotlight: Resources for addiction

Cathy Terrace February 7, 2018

Members of the social fraternity Kappa Kappa Delta have joined with Students for Opioid Solutions (SOS) to bring opioid awareness to campus. Kappa Kappa Delta have planned a fundraiser for SOS on Feb....

From left: Sophomores William Ballengee, Tiffany Nguyen, Benjamin Gonzalez and Rachel Lopez play Mario Kart 8 Deluxe in the CSI Cube. Photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer.

TU Gaming receives status as RSO

Cathy Terrace February 7, 2018

After some concern with how National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) rules would affect TU Gaming events, Student Involvement granted the competitive esports group registered student organization...

photo by Chloe Sonnier. staff photographer

Accessibility spotlight: Mobility on campus

Cathy Terrace February 1, 2018

Since its installation in the summer of 2014, the Murchison elevator has been critical in helping students access upper campus. However, the elevator breaks down frequently, making it hard for students...

369 balloons decorated the lawn in front of Miller Fountain on Jan. 24 in celebration of Tuition Stop Day. The day recognizes that only two-thirds of students education at Trinity is covered by tuition and encourages students to give back once they graduate. Photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer.

Campus celebrates third annual Tuition Stop Day

Cathy Terrace January 31, 2018

Last week, 369 balloons decked the lawn in front of Miller Fountain for the third annual Tuition Stop Day. The event was hosted to promote student philanthropy and make students more aware of how donations...

The number of
applications to Trinity is estimated to reach at least 8,600 this year. That would result in a 35 percent acceptance rate, the lowest in recent memory. Photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer

Trinity reaches milestone in becoming a National Historic District

Cathy Terrace January 31, 2018

As Trinity moves forward with the development of the Campus Master Plan, the administration has been seeking designation as a National Historic District. The university’s application was approved by...

Victoria Lange, left, introduced Christina Wang, center, and Saundra Decker, right, as the two women who would be sharing the stories of their experiences with abortion. Though Lange acted as an interviewer in this session, all six members of Abortion Hurts, God Heals are women who have found healing in faith post-abortion. Photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer.

Tigers for Life sponsor post-abortion talk

Cathy Terrace January 24, 2018

For many, having an abortion is a life-changing decision. For the advocacy group called Abortion Hurts, God Heals, the post-abortion healing process starts with one's faith. Guest lecturers from the group...

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