Career Services gives Trinity students the tools to succeed in the real world

Kenneth Caruthers February 15, 2013

Though résumés are an important part of securing a job, employers usually want to know more about a candidate than just what one or two pieces of paper can tell them. That is where the interview comes...

A cat, phone box and skull are just a few examples of the things members of the Trinity community can now print in Coates library using only a digital image.

AT&T Center for Learning and Technology acquires 3-D printer

Kenneth Caruthers February 8, 2013

Have you ever wished that you could build your own physical models from just a digital image, but just did not know where to start? Well, look no further, because you can now do just that right here on...

Senior Stephen Hudec and sophomore Camille DeMars strut their stuff on the dance floor in the Fiesta Room. The Swing Bums host a free social dance every Tuesday from 9-11 p.m. in the Fiesta Room. Photo by Anh-Viet Dinh.

Swing dancing a way of life for Trinity dance groups

Kenneth Caruthers February 1, 2013

During his sophomore year of high school, James Regan's gym class consisted of alternating weeks of social dance and weightlifting. Despite the odd combination, the social dance component, along with...

Donna Morales Guerra, a project archivist working on the Claude and ZerNona Black Papers, presents a display about civil rights activists Claude William Black Jr.and ZerNona Stewart Black to sophomores Blake Keeling and Brenda Lira. Photo by Anh-Viet Dinh.

Writings of civil rights activists Claude and Zernona Black displayed in library

Kenneth Caruthers February 1, 2013

After spending two months sorting through piles of photographs, notebooks and letters and sending all of the documents off to be treated in oxygen-deprived vacuum chambers, Donna Morales Guerra has...

Bexar county judge proposes first bookless library in San Antonio

Kenneth Caruthers January 25, 2013

When a person thinks of a library, the first thing that undoubtedly comes mind is countless shelves of books, but if Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff gets his way that image could change in the near future. Wolff...

Aaron Einhouse Band and Jack Ingram headline eighth annual Concert for the Cure

Kenneth Caruthers January 25, 2013

Starting from humble beginnings eight years ago as a small performance in Mabee Dining Hall, Concert for the Cure has grown immensely over the years, raising over $100,000 to date, and it now finds a home...

Mindy Morales, computer aided drafting technician for Campus Planning and Sustainability won last year’s contest with her ornament pictured above. See Ruth Taylor courtyardfor this year’s entries. Photo courtesy of Deborra Finlan-Cardenas.

Trinity staff decks the halls for the holidays

Kenneth Caruthers November 30, 2012

With rich hot chocolate, warm holiday cookies and a vast assortment of decorative holiday ornaments on hand, the only thing keeping the Ruth Taylor courtyard from becoming a true winter wonderland...

Ann Boelens Fund helps students make a difference

Kenneth Caruthers November 30, 2012

When he first began the college application process, first year Mark Mlella was on his own. He had no college counselor, and he found the process a little intimidating. Luckily, Mlella was finally able...

(Left to Right) Seniors Shane Lannan, Sophie Laster-Hazzard and Alana Ramos gather in Coates Library to work on a group project for their marketing management class. Photo by Aidan Kirksey.

Trinity group projects: stressful or successful?

Kenneth Caruthers November 10, 2012

It is the first week of a new semester, and sophomore Monica Clifford is reading through the syllabi for her classes. Suddenly, her heart drops, and she momentarily stops breathing. Her roommate glances...

Dressed as a white fox, junior Nikkin Rader participates in the Scary Story Contest Tuesday, Oct. 30. Contestants read original scary stories ranging in topics from demonic children to ruined suede pumps. Photo by Sarah Cooper.

Spooktacular tales add fright to the night

Kenneth Caruthers November 2, 2012

With stories about brutal child murders, horrifying sexual assaults and President Mitt Romney, it was truly a frightening night at the Trinity Review's Scary Story Contest. The contest, which was...

Little ghouls and goblins from the Childrens Shelter, the Bridge Emergency Shelter, and MEYO trick or treat in the freshman dorms on Wednesday, Oct. 24. Participation freshman dressed up, played scary music, and decorated their rooms to support the kids and provide a fun, safe Halloween experience. Photo by Sarah Cooper.

Students provide frightful fun for Halloween

Kenneth Caruthers October 26, 2012

For once, pirates won't be stealing anything from people. Instead, they will be giving out free candy to those brave enough to survive their haunted hall. In addition to the Swashbucklers' haunted...

McNair Scholars Program selects eight students

Kenneth Caruthers October 19, 2012

Ronald McNair once said, "Whether or not you reach your goals in life depends entirely on how well you prepare for them and how badly you want them." McNair, a physicist and NASA astronaut who passed...

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