Students support the defense of DACA at an off-campus rally. photo by Chloe Sonnier

Campus reacts to Trump’s rollback of DACA

Kathleen Creedon September 14, 2017

On Sept. 5, President Trump announced that he would rescind the Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in six months. In response, Danny Anderson, university president, announced his support...

Students gather to pray after the vigil. photo by AMANI CANADA

Solidarity vigil held to stand against hate

Kathleen Creedon August 23, 2017

On Monday, Aug. 21, the Humanities Collective offered a space for the Trinity community to gather and stand in solidarity with the victims of the Charlottesville riot, the Barcelona attack and other acts...

David Tuttle answers questions about the half-marathon challenge with Kathleen Creedon. 
Photo by Quinn Bender

Just keep running

Kathleen Creedon August 17, 2017

David Tuttle, dean of students, initiated a challenge 10 years ago to unite students, faculty, staff and alumni, as well as to promote health, strength and community. The challenge occurs annually and...

Endangered spider species inhabits recent Trinity property purchase

Kathleen Creedon April 28, 2017

At the end of last month, Trinity purchased 9.2 acres of land on which there are three karstic features, caves. Known scientifically as Cicurina baronia, the Robber Baron Cave Meshweavers are an endangered...

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Quality Enhancement Plan aims to improve student learning outcomes

Kathleen Creedon April 21, 2017

Last summer, faculty members gathered to create a Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) for Trinity. All year, the committee has focused on strengthening the experience of first years and has discussed the different...

One of the labs inside of the Center for Sciences and Innovation (CSI).
Photo by Jeff Sullivan

CURE labs give real research experiences

Kathleen Creedon April 7, 2017

Last year, the biology department implemented a Course-based Undergraduate Research Experience lab (CURE). This type of lab focuses on the importance of field research and often takes students outside...

University sets up tiger bucks for Ubers

Kathleen Creedon March 31, 2017

At the beginning of last semester, the Tiger Card office finalized plans to connect the campus card with Uber. However, after Uber redesigned its app, the campus card connection was lost. Luckily, this...

TDC and BSU host cultural speed dating

Kathleen Creedon March 31, 2017

Trinity Diversity Connection (TDC) and the Black Student Union (BSU) held a cultural speed dating event that welcomed anyone curious about cultures to listen to the stories of minorities on campus. Participants...

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Campus responds to immigration ban

Kathleen Creedon March 24, 2017

Earlier this year, President Trump implemented a series of immigration bans that would deny a specific group of people access into the United States. In response to this, Trinity community members decided...

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O-Rec’s Spring Break Trip

Kathleen Creedon March 3, 2017

Staff-led trip to go to Big Bend park Outdoor Recreation (O-Rec) is preparing for their annual spring break trip that will start Mar. 11 and end by Mar. 16. The three trip leaders "” Shane Bono, Matthew...

Sophomore McKenzie Quinn helps to protect the environment by regularly sorting through her recyclables. Photo by Anh-Viet Dinh.

RecycleMania returns to campus in Mabee

Kathleen Creedon February 27, 2017

Trinity participates in annual event that promotes waste awareness Since 2008, Trinity has participated in RecycleMania, an annual event that helps schools across the country improve efforts to reduce...

Susan Orleans gives reading on campus

Susan Orleans gives reading on campus

Kathleen Creedon February 27, 2017

The famous writer spoke to students and faculty about her career as a journalist Writer Susan Orlean visited Trinity to read excerpts of four of her works. Before her lecture in Ruth Taylor Hall, Orlean...

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