Engineering students go fast and furious

guest columnists February 7, 2017

A team comprising of senior engineering science students Michael Robison, Todd Edwards, Hamza Adisa, Nate Kiszla and Austin Haas has been constructing Trinity University's first Formula One race car for...

We dont need no stinking leashes

We don’t need no stinking leashes

guest columnists April 15, 2016

Guest Column by Kelly Lyons, Michele Johnson, Troy Murphy, and David Ribble The Trinitonian March 4 article "Four-legged Friends Find Home at Trinity" the efforts of the Cat Alliance at Trinity....

Letter to the Editor: The Car Crash - The Amazing University Response

Letter to the Editor: The Car Crash – The Amazing University Response

guest columnists May 4, 2015

Letter to the Editor: It was about a month ago and just a mile or so from campus that five Trinity freshman were involved in a very serious one car accident. I ought to know, as my daughter, Sarah Billman,...

I’ll really miss you all, but not quite yet

guest columnists May 4, 2015

First, let me just say that Saturday, May 16, 2015 will be a day I'll never forget. I have been through so much at Trinity that I am mentally and physically exhausted. I did my fair share in four years,...

A forced memoir about my time at Trinity

guest columnists May 4, 2015

Out of love and respect for my roommate, I was forced to write this. So, here are a few words that may or may not matter to you. Props for reading the Trinitonian. Anyway, I have had the most opportune...

Can I get a hell yes? Relax and embrace the time

guest columnists May 4, 2015

As a graduating senior, I continually get asked, "What are you planning on doing after graduation?" Which is typically followed by, "Are you excited to graduate?" I feel like the common response to...

When faced with indecision, count on intuition

guest columnists May 4, 2015

Have you ever thought about just how much can change with a single decision?  I have"”too much, probably.  Needless to say, I am an indecisive person. Big and small issues, I have trouble making any...

Dear Trinity

guest columnists May 4, 2015

Thank you for giving me the best college experience that anybody could ask for. I still can't believe that four years have gone by, but before I go I would like to say thank you. Thank you for opening...

May we never ever lose our sense of wonder

guest columnists May 4, 2015

It's hard to believe I'm writing this senior column for a few reasons. I was born and raised in San Antonio and went to an inner-city high school on the city's west side. Although I decided to go to college...

Senior weirdness

guest columnists May 4, 2015

Things are different now than they were a year ago, a semester ago, a couple of months ago. People's questions about my post-grad plans now seem less like curious inquiries and more like aggressive accusations....

There is a reason everything happens

guest columnists May 4, 2015

As the semester begins to wear down, I can honestly say that I did NOT think that Trinity would have woven a spot in my heart as it has seem to do. I'll admit that I wasn't completely gung-ho about spending...

Advice from Kimmy: Netflix, binges and resilience

guest columnists May 4, 2015

In line at Nacho Hour, a friend and I lamented our lack of post-grad plans. "You've got to have a pretty thick skin," she notes, in reference to the hundreds of job applications which come back as automated...

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