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The most important question to ask

Heather Bush May 4, 2015

For the majority of us who pass through Trinity, we have four years to experience life here. While four years isn't much in the grand scheme of things, it's still a decent chunk of time. With the small...

Trinity Theatre explores Cuban culture with Anna in the Tropics

Trinity Theatre explores Cuban culture with “Anna in the Tropics”

Heather Bush February 27, 2015

Playing an eccentric family of cigar makers, members of Trinity Theatre took the stage Friday, Feb. 20, for the opening night of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play "Anna in the Tropics." When the play...

Still-single heartthrobs from the glory days

Heather Bush February 15, 2015

Though many of our celebrity crushes from the late 90s and early 2000s"”like Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel"”are now taken, there are some heartthrobs still on the market.   Jesse McCartney Though...

Vespers by Anh-Viet Dinh

Trinity celebrates holidays with concert, Vespers and Oakmont

Heather Bush December 5, 2014

At 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 5, Trinity's music department will host its annual Christmas concert in Laurie Auditorium. The event will feature the choirs, orchestra, handbell choir and wind ensemble. In...

Trinity alumnus releases new book on Texas

Heather Bush December 5, 2014

On Nov. 4, Richard Parker"”Trinity class of "˜85"”released his first book, "Lone Star Nation: How Texas Will Transform America." While at Trinity, Parker was a columnist for the Trinitonian and...

Photo by Jordan Leeper

Spring trips offer students international education

Heather Bush November 21, 2014

Berlin, Germany May 17-31 Course Requirement: PLSI 3491-70 Global City Berlin 1 credit hour during the semester plus 3 credit hours abroad The class and trip to Berlin will focus on the politics...

Geology students present research in Vancouver

Heather Bush November 21, 2014

From Saturday, Oct. 18, through Tuesday, Oct. 21, senior geology students Nicola Hill and Rebecca Schauer had the opportunity to attend the Geological Society of America's annual conference in Vancouver,...

Rebecca Avitia named Outstanding Young Alumna of 2014

Heather Bush November 21, 2014

Rebecca Loubriel Avitia, Trinity Class of 2003, has become the 12th recipient of the Outstanding Young Alumna Award. The award"”first given in 2002"”honors Trinity alumni who have graduated in the...

Spigel speaks on women’s roles in ancient synagogues

Heather Bush November 14, 2014

On Thursday, Nov. 6, Chad Spigel, associate professor of religion, gave a talk at Temple Beth-El titled "Why Did She Spit in the Rabbi's Face? Women and Ancient Synagogues," as part of the community's...

Pro designer dresses up performers

Heather Bush November 14, 2014

At 8 p.m tonight in the Stieren Theater, Trinity Theatre will open its production of "Our Country's Good" by Timberlake Wertenbaker.  Based on a true story, the play follows the first Western settlers...

Photo by Eva Littman.

Gamma Chi Delta wins annual Fall Frolics show

Heather Bush November 14, 2014

On Sunday, Nov. 9, the SPURS sorority and Chi Delta Tau fraternity  hosted their annual Fall Frolics talent show. Each year, the proceeds from the event benefit the SPURS philanthropy, Silver and Black...

Jazz Ensemble will hold fall concert this Sunday

Heather Bush November 7, 2014

On Sunday, Nov. 9, Trinity's Jazz Ensemble will perform their annual fall concert. The performance will include 11 pieces featuring students from all academic years. "We had a lot of graduating seniors...

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