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The two cars located in the parking lot across from Mabee Dining Hall may disappear if more students don’t start using the Hertz On Demand program. (File photo.)

Lack of interest threatens to end programs

Ian Halter November 10, 2012

This semester, a number of programs and opportunities on campus are on the edge of cancellation due to low attendance and lack of interest. Among these, opportunities such as Career Service's Tiger...

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Douglas Hofstadter gave his lectures, titled “Intro to Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin” and “You are a Strange Loop” to members of the Trinity and San Antonio community on Oct. 29 and 30 at 7:30 p.m. in Laurie Auditorium. Photo by Matthew Brink.

Hofstadter covers Russian literature, self image

Ian Halter November 2, 2012

Douglas Hofstadter, Pulitzer Prize-winning author and professor of cognitive science at Indiana University, gave the 2012 Trinity University DeCoursey Lecture in two parts Monday, Oct. 29 and Tuesday,...

William E. Colglazier spoke to the Trinity community Mon., Oct. 15, concerning how science education will affect the future. Photo by James Shultz.

Adviser stresses importance of science education

Ian Halter October 19, 2012

William E. Colglazier, science and technology adviser to the secretary of state, visited Trinity this past Monday as part of the Distinguished Scientists Lecture Series. Colglazier's lecture covered...

In its previous told, the Skyline Room provided space for on and off=-campus groups to host formal lunches and dinners as well as providing buffet-style dining for smaller parties. Following renovations, the room will ofter bistro-style dining. The renovated room is tentatively scheduled to open some time in October. Photo by James Shultz.

Renovated Skyline Room scheduled to open in October

Ian Halter September 28, 2012

The Tiger's Den, located beneath the Fiesta Room, has long served as a spot for campus groups to hold events where alcohol will be served. With the new renovations to the Skyline Room, the Tiger's...

Pasta line transforms while Aramark introduces mobile app

Ian Halter September 28, 2012

This semester, Aramark introduced two changes to the way students visit Mabee: an Aramark mobile application and the transformation of the popular pasta line. The mobile application, named CampusDish,...

New professors join business administration department

Ian Halter September 21, 2012

This semester, two new professors joined Trinity University's department of business administration. Paige Fields and Michael Wilkins, a married couple, will be filling two previously vacant endowed chairs...

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