Trinity continues Life Launch program for women of the Battered Women’s Shelter

Katie Hayes October 24, 2014

Since Fall 2012, Trinity University has hosted women from the Battered Women's Shelter in a program called Life Launch. This program was started by Dante Suarez, associate professor of finance, and Penelope...

Student initiative, Right to Research Coalition, aims to make research information affordable

Katie Hayes October 10, 2014

In an effort to increase access and affordability of published research, alumnus Nick Shockey created the Right to Research Coalition. Currently, academics do research with funding from organizations...

Tingles Sports Panel. Photo by Miguel Webber.

Tingle hosts third panel over sports internships

Katie Hayes October 3, 2014

  This year, the Sports Internship Panel included the following speakers: Mary Japhet, senior vice president of communications and community engagement at San Antonio Sports; Jordan King, tournament...

Trinity Pool. Photo by Jordan Leeper.

Indoor pool closed following complications; outdoor pool extends opening season until 10th

Katie Hayes October 3, 2014

The indoor pool has not been filled for the past few weeks due to complications with the pump and leaks found in the pipes. However, the outdoor pool will now be open until Oct. 10 instead of Oct. 1,...

Photo by Sarah Thorne

Trinity installing 11 B-cycles come January

Katie Hayes September 26, 2014

In January 2015, Trinity will install 11 B-cycles on the south side of Verna McLean residence hall on lower campus. After a year of negotiation, the Student Government Association lowered the price from...

Tiger Card photos unavailable for students

Katie Hayes September 19, 2014

This semester, the Tiger Card photos, which were previously on TigerPaws under the student directory, have been unavailable. Some students have noticed, but others have expressed dissatisfaction with the...

Career Services fully staffed; new advisors added

Katie Hayes September 5, 2014

For the last year and half Career Services has not been fully staffed. Although  director Twyla Hough managed to successfully advise students, five more positions have been added. There are now two...

Chi Delta Tau set to continue Tiger Taxi program

Katie Hayes August 29, 2014

Roughly a year and a half ago, discussions between  then president of Chi Delta Tau, Erik Long-Goheen, and David Tuttle, associate vice president for student affairs and dean of students, began talk about...

Who to know: some of the top Trinity administrators

Katie Hayes August 21, 2014

As a first year, the number of new people you meet can be intimidating. With all the classmates, faculty and people you encounter throughout orientation and the entirety of your time at Trinity, remembering...

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