Trinity alumnus discovers success with the undead

Kenneth Caruthers November 4, 2013

Halloween has already passed, but zombies are always in season. Trinity alumnus Jeff Strain "˜91 embraced this when he founded Undead Labs, a Seattle-based game development studio. The studio released...

“Ctrl.Alt.Del” surpasses Kickstarter campaign goal

Kenneth Caruthers October 12, 2013

Two weeks ago, the Trinitonian ran an article about Trinity graduate Kendra Doshier's "˜12 web series "Ctrl.Alt.Del" and its Kickstarter campaign to gather the funding necessary to finish the production...

Librarians brainstorm ways to reconstruct collection

Kenneth Caruthers October 4, 2013

With the opening of the country's first completely digital public library in Bexar County, called BiblioTech, on Sept. 14, the future of libraries has become a big topic of discussion lately. Rick Lugg,...

Archaeological adventure: uncovering history in Israel

Archaeological adventure: uncovering history in Israel

Kenneth Caruthers August 30, 2013

Ever since the movies came out, Indiana Jones has had great influence in stimulating interest in archaeological exploration. Countless people have entered the field with the character as their inspiration,...

Traditionally Trinity: traditions past and present

Kenneth Caruthers August 22, 2013

Trinity University has a rich, storied history, and with that history comes years of unique traditions. Even before the university situated itself on its current campus, students created and participated...

An introduction to Trinity’s course registration

Kenneth Caruthers August 22, 2013

As first years arrive on campus this week, one of the tasks they face is course registration for the fall semester. Although selecting one's first college courses can be a daunting task, Trinity University...

photo courtesy of Hollis MacDonald. Volunteers pose with students during Silver & Black Give Backs Team Up Challenge, which involves college students in serving students from kindergarten to twelfth grade. Photo courtesy of Hollis MacDonald.

Trinity students participate in Silver and Black Give Back Team Up Challenge

Kenneth Caruthers April 19, 2013

Through Silver & Black Give Back's Team Up Challenge Program, the educational life cycle comes full circle. College students work in conjunction with corporate supporters and non-profit partners...

Members of Sigma Theta Tau and Pi Kappa Alpha joined together to perform a dance number to Suit and Tie, Beauty and the Beat, Countdown and Thrift Shop. They won the award for best group performance. Photo by Jennie Ran.

Welcome to the jungle: Spotlight 2013 displays student talent

Kenneth Caruthers April 12, 2013

Junior Sarah Mueller has been fiddling around with music since she was nine, and she started writing songs when she was 13 or 14. Little did she know, her interest in music would propel her to  win...

Students participate in H.O.P.E. Halls sleep-out on the lawn outside Murchison residence hall. Participants slept overnight outside to raise awareness for homelessness. Photo by Anh-Viet Dinh.

H.O.P.E. Hall to expand to entire Murchison Residence Hall next year

Kenneth Caruthers April 5, 2013

As soon as she arrived at Trinity, junior Katie Ogawa hoped she could make a difference on campus and in the San Antonio community. By all accounts, she has done that and much more. Ogawa, the creator...

ADHD medications may pose threats to students who use it non-medically

Kenneth Caruthers March 22, 2013

It is common for students to say that they have trouble concentrating in class, but some students find it even more challenging than normal. Sophomore Stephen Sedia, for example, has been diagnosed with...

KRTU teams up with San Antonio Swing Dance Society to host swing dance

Kenneth Caruthers March 1, 2013

Following KRTU's citywide collaborations during the Year of Jazz, the radio station hopes to continue to promote the importance of creative synergy within the San Antonio arts community with its Jazz for...

At the Mirage Museum displayed in Fall 2011 in Coates University Center lobby students got a chance to look at how the yearbook has evolved over the years. Now, the Mirage starts a new chapter in its history by printing in full color for the first time in its history. Photo by Carly Cowen.

Trinity yearbook, the Mirage, goes full-color for the first time

Kenneth Caruthers February 22, 2013

At the end of every school year, the Mirage staff takes a look at their finished product and thinks of ways they could improve the yearbook for the next year. At the end of last year, Walsworth, the...

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