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Tiger softball prepare for weekend doubleheaders

Tiger softball prepare for weekend doubleheaders

Davis Mathis April 15, 2016

The Trinity softball team had two losses when they faced Mary-Hardin Baylor in a doubleheader on Wednesday. The first game resulted in a 2-0 loss, as they were only able to come up with three hits in the...

Women's swim and dive finishes 17th nationally

Women’s swim and dive finishes 17th nationally

Davis Mathis April 8, 2016

Trinity women's swim and dive teams hit major markers of success in both team and individual accomplishments. They finished 17th in the nation as a team, which is their highest ever finish in the rankings....

Swimmer Andrew Thiesse finishes 19th in Nationals

Swimmer Andrew Thiesse finishes 19th in Nationals

Davis Mathis April 1, 2016

Senior Andrew Thiesse surpassed his own preseason goals this past weekend with a 19th overall finish at the SCAC National Championships in the 200 meter backstroke. SCAC head coaches also named Thiesse...

Maria Klawe. Photo taken by Sarah Thorne.

Klawe speaks on getting women involved in technology

Davis Mathis October 3, 2014

Maria Klawe, the president of Harvey Mudd College, has spent the majority of her life trying to recruit more women into technology-related fields. Through her research at various universities, Klawe...

Award-winning journalist to speak at Trinity Tuesday

Davis Mathis October 3, 2014

Amy Goodman will be speaking at Trinity University at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 7, in Stieren Theater as part of the Maverick Lecture Series, which is made possible by the William and Salome Scanlan Foundation....

Trinity math professors devise new ranking model

Davis Mathis September 26, 2014

Two Trinity math professors have introduced a highly sophisticated and mathematical method to create the most accurate possible ranking system for sports. Eduardo Balreira and Brian Miceli are the primary...

Trinity participates in National Campus Safety Awareness Month

Davis Mathis September 26, 2014

In order to avoid harm, people must know the potential dangers facing them. Educating people on these dangers is the purpose of Trinity's participation in National Campus Safety Awareness Month, in which...

Tigers for Tigers looks to expand in its second year

Davis Mathis September 26, 2014

New organizations often experience growing periods while they try to find their feet. Tigers for Tigers is looking to speed that process up as much as possible as it enters its second year on campus. The...

Tyga concert disappoints some students

Davis Mathis September 19, 2014

The Welcome Week concert this year received a lot of attention when the appearance of hit artist Tyga was announced. He is relatively famous, with hits such as "Molly," "Rack City" and "Make it Nasty,"...

Neurobiologist and primatologist Sapolsky speaks on being human

Neurobiologist and primatologist Sapolsky speaks on being human

Davis Mathis September 19, 2014

For centuries, people have attempted to answer one question: what are humans? MacArthur Genius Grant recipient and Stanford professor Robert Sapolsky spoke at Trinity with his own answers to that question. Sapolsky...

Defining dramaturgy: Taking an inside look at THTR-3330

Davis Mathis September 12, 2014

Last week, students received a campus wide email about a course called Dramaturgy. Both the word and the course are unfamiliar to many, and they need some explanation. After sitting in on a class and talking...

OREC. Photo by Anh-Viet Dinh.

O-Rec provides outdoor adventures for students

Davis Mathis September 5, 2014

Outdoor Recreation leads trips to natural settings for Trinity students who want to explore the nature in the area and get away from campus for a while. The people of O-Rec have many goals and reasons...

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