New group combats cancer

Davis Mathis February 21, 2014

There are few things in life that gather friends and family together toward one united goal. One of those things is cancer. Sophomores Audree Sullivan and Sarah Friedlander recognized this and decided...

Music contest gives college students wings

Davis Mathis February 21, 2014

Trinity students showed up in droves to support their fellow students and friends in a recent competition put on by Red Bull in San Antonio, at the ReBar on Broadway called the iPod Play and Destroy Battle. Contestants...

Cyber defense team. Photo by Jennie Ran.

Shorthanded Trinity Cyber-Team advances to regional

Davis Mathis February 15, 2014

Trinity University sent a team of three to compete in the San Antonio Cyber Defense Competition, a national competition with regional qualification on the line. Despite being down five people to most...

Crimes of the Heart steals the weekend

“Crimes of the Heart” steals the weekend

Davis Mathis February 15, 2014

The Trinity theatre department is examining the human psyche in their new play "Crimes of the Heart." The production started rehearsing at the beginning of the semester. The cast is looking forward...

Trinity professor receives national honor

Davis Mathis February 7, 2014

In the history of the Fellows award for the Council of Undergraduate Research (CUR) no school has had two professors win the award. This year, Mark Brodl, associate vice president for academic affairs...

Trinity debate team eyes Nationals

Davis Mathis February 7, 2014

The competition of debate has hooked many people over the years, and the Trinity University debate team is no different. Debate is now in full swing, and the team is full of people passionate about debate...

Modern civil rights leader speaks at Trinity for opening of Claude and ZerNona Black Archives

Davis Mathis February 7, 2014

Shirley Franklin may not be the first name that comes to mind when thinking of advancements in racial or sexual equality, but she is important to both and spoke at Trinity University this past Tuesday....

First year William Locke (left) and sophomore Maddie Smith (right) improvised during an improv session hosted by First Time Offenders last Friday. Photo taken by Anh-Viet Dinh.

First Time Offenders tap into the university’s funny bone

Davis Mathis January 31, 2014

Upon seeing an organization named First Time Offenders, the initial response may be concern or just pure curiosity. This is likely the exact response that the improvisation group on campus was hoping...

Artists’ work explores relationship between humans and environment

Davis Mathis January 24, 2014

On Tuesday, Jan. 21, critically acclaimed photography artists Shana and Robert ParkeHarrison gave a lecture on their artwork at Trinity University. They spoke on their art and how they have used the visual...

Mission: Change helps students build upon, test leadership skills

Davis Mathis January 24, 2014

As part of the 2010 Mission: Change program, Trinity students participated in a Bone Marrow Drive, as well as many other programs for the advancement of people. After a hiatus, Mission: Change is back...

Women’s soccer team heads to Final Four

Davis Mathis December 6, 2013

The No. 2 Trinity women's soccer team came into this season with high expectations and, so far, are on track to achieve all of their goals. They have made it to the Final Four round for the first time...

Volleyball team ends season with Sweet 16 loss

Davis Mathis November 22, 2013

The Trinity Tigers volleyball team came into this season with high expectations, and while they did not reach the ultimate goal of winning a national championship, it was a season to be proud of. The...

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