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Students seek jobs as job market gains momentum

Jeremy Keys April 19, 2013

As Trinity seniors prepare for graduation next month, the country's economy continues to rebound, and employers continue to add thousands of jobs in anticipation of  economic recovery. Texas in particular...

Sophomore Dominique Davis utilized a brand new water dispenser, one of the many placed in residence halls and other buildings on campus. Photo by Anh-Viet Dinh.

New water dispensers encourage campus sustainability

Jeremy Keys March 22, 2013

Ten new water fountains and several new water bottle dispensers are being or have been installed on campus thanks to funds allocated last spring by the campus administration and Association of Student...

Petition to amend ASR constitution gains support

Jeremy Keys March 22, 2013

Sabina Lalani, an Association of Student Representatives' first year senator, recently began circulating a petition to amend the ASR constitution in hopes of allowing students serving on Res Life or the...

Association of Student Representatives begins amendment process

Jeremy Keys March 1, 2013

According to Joseph Moore, president of the Associate of Student Representatives, members of ASR recently proposed an amendment  that includes several clauses to change the constitution, including changes...

A member of the San Antonio community voices her opinion during the Darwin Day debate held in a Northrup classroom. Photo by Aidan Kirksey.

Trinity’s “Darwin Day” celebration sparks evolution discussion

Jeremy Keys February 22, 2013

As a tribute to the founder of the modern theory of evolution, Trinity hosted the 2013 Darwin Day celebration in Northrup's basement lecture hall from on Tuesday, Feb. 12 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. The...

Guest lecturer discusses the legalization of organ sales

Jeremy Keys February 22, 2013

Last Thursday, Feb. 14, Trinity hosted a guest lecture delivered by James Stacey Taylor, a professor of philosophy at the College of New Jersey, on the topic of legalization of free markets for organs....

Sophomores and members of Iota Chi Rho Clayton Ford and Darin Feagins carry first-year William Freeman toward Miller Fountain for his honorary dunk in the water, as per Bid Day tradition. Photo by Anh-Viet Dinh.

Bid Day numbers decline in 2013 active class

Jeremy Keys February 15, 2013

The size of the bid pool for fraternities and sororities decreased this spring from past years due to a variety of interrelated factors, according to Greek leaders and university administrators. According...

Junior Helene Nepomuceno is a research student in Jonathan King's lab, whose work involves understanding the physiology of epithelial cell junctions. Photo by Anh-Viet Dinh.

Departments see increase in research funding

Jeremy Keys February 15, 2013

Several departments on Trinity's campus have reported funding increases over the past few academic years despite dwindling research funds and increased national competition for both institutional and...

Photo by Sarah Cooper

Honor Code changes await administration approval

Jeremy Keys February 8, 2013

Members of the Trinity University Honor Council recently drafted, submitted and received approval for for a number of changes to the university Honor Code, including changes to the number of sitting...

Immigration reform causes campus conversation

Jeremy Keys February 8, 2013

A renewed bipartisan movement to reform U.S. immigration law appeared recently in the Senate and White House, as President Obama has moved to make immigration reform a top priority for his second term....

Photo by Aidan Kirksey.

Gun control discussion moves into state-wide and campus environment

Jeremy Keys February 1, 2013

The issue of gun control has recently reappeared in  national conversation after a series of shootings, bringing state-wide and campus-focused attention to the issue of gun control. This renewed push...

Bell Center bollards remain erect despite ASR resolution

Jeremy Keys January 25, 2013

The bollards intended to block vehicle access behind the Bell Center are still standing in spite of a November Assocation of Student Represenatatives  resolution that stipulated their removal, and they...

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