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After two years of retirement, Sammye Johnson is returning in the spring to teach her Arts Criticism course. photo by Amani Canada, photo editor

Sammye Johnson returns after two years of retirement

Dominic Walsh November 15, 2017

In May 2016, Trinity said goodbye to Sammye Johnson, distinguished professor emerita of communication, as she retired after 35 years at the university. But a few lucky students will have the chance to...

Trinity visits Rice University for GCURS presentation

Dominic Walsh November 8, 2017

Last Saturday, several Trinity students presented their research at the Gulf Coast Undergraduate Research Symposium (GCURS), which is an annual research conference at Rice University with 10 sections ranging...

Chiara Pride speaks at SP4 September Teach In. photo by Chloe Sonnier

MOVE, PRIDE and Chiara Pride

Dominic Walsh November 1, 2017

The "˜Trinity Bubble' refers to the isolation and lack of local involvement seen in some Trinity students. Sophomore Chiara Pride has broken through the bubble and hopes to help others join her. In addition...

illustration by Tyler Herron

Lapsed International Club looks to return

Dominic Walsh October 25, 2017

The International Club was a core part of the Trinity experience for many international students since it was formed in 2007. But it went inactive last academic year due to a lack of available officers...

Senior Janet Muñoz discusses the McNair program.  photo by Stephen Sumrall-Orsak

McNair Program allows students to thrive in and out of the classroom

Dominic Walsh October 4, 2017

Over the weekend of Sept. 23, a group of McNair Scholars from Trinity University attended the 24th annual McNair Research Conference at University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). Over the weekend,...

Where Trinity students have gone with Peace Corps. graphic by Tyler Herron

Trinity seeks to expand Peace Corps involvement

Dominic Walsh October 3, 2017

A representative from the Peace Corps visited campus on Wednesday, Sept. 27, to host an information session for prospective Peace Corps volunteers at Trinity. "The mission of the Peace Corps is to...

Cami Acosta talks about her hell week.

Sidewalk Symposium: Hell week looms for many majors

Dominic Walsh October 2, 2017

A "˜hell week' is a week in which limits are tested and minds are stretched to the breaking point. For some students, hell week is the week of midterms or finals. For others, hell week is every other...

Andrew Cable gives Daniel Dahlingers hair outside of his South dorm room.

South RA truly makes the cut

Dominic Walsh September 27, 2017

There's a buzz outside of South Hall, and it's coming from Andrew Cable's hair clippers. Cable, a senior biology major, has been providing haircuts to friends on campus for about a year and a half....

Students gather in a cave without a name for a presentation. photo by Dinda Lehrmann

Geology department explores the Cave Without a Name

Dominic Walsh September 27, 2017

A group of Trinity geology majors led by Daniel Lehrmann, the Gertrude and Walter Pyron Professor of the geosciences department, recently attended the fourth annual Texas Hydro-Geo Workshop at the Cave...

Bee Alliance sets campus abuzz with Pollinator Night

Bee Alliance sets campus abuzz with Pollinator Night

Dominic Walsh September 16, 2017

By 6 p.m. last Thursday, the community garden by Storch was buzzing with students. The Trinity Bee Alliance and the Trinity University Community Garden teamed up for "Pollinator Night at the Garden,"...

Jeremy Allen speaks at the Can Straight Men Eat Ice Cream event cohosted by Trinity Diversity Connection and the Mens Project. Photo by Allison Wolff

Can straight men eat ice cream?

Dominic Walsh September 16, 2017

Approximately 40 students filled the Woodlawn Room in the Coates University Center on Tuesday to hear students and staff from Trinity Diversity Connection (TDC) and The Men's Project broach the subject...

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