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Political columnist David Brooks speaks on virtue and citizenship

Luke Wise November 14, 2014

On Wednesday, Nov. 12 author and journalist David Brooks spoke to Trinity University as part of the Distinguished Lecture series. He attended a small student question and answer session earlier in the...

Pi Kappa Alpha Suspended

Pi Kappa Alpha Suspended for two years

Luke Wise November 7, 2014

After a Greek Council hearing last Tuesday, Oct. 28, Pi Kappa Alpha (Pike) has been suspended from campus for a two-year period.  The suspension comes following the fraternity's probationary period...

Good2Go app taken off Apple Store following heavy media attention

Luke Wise October 10, 2014

Good2Go, an app developed by a small team consisting of senior Nick Allman and senior Christian Nardini, was recently pulled off the Apple App store, following a national and global discussion of the app...

Logan discusses 2015-16 fiscal budget proposals

Luke Wise October 10, 2014

The fiscal budget for the academic year of 2015-16 is currently being developed. At this point, the budget team, including Gary Logan, vice president for finance and administration, is working on presenting...

Good2Go app addresses sexual assault issues

Luke Wise October 3, 2014

A team of individuals, including various Trinity students, have developed a new app, Good2Go, aimed at preventing sexual assault and fostering better communication among people. The app, which was offered...

Don Van Eynde fills crisis management team chair position following Bachrach’s leave

Luke Wise September 26, 2014

As of Aug. 1, Don Van Eynde, professor of management, took on the role of interim crisis management team chair, following Steven Bachrach's leave. Don Van Eynde will lead the team until Bachrach's return. "Management...

Trinity offers students free subscription to the New York Times on campus and online

Luke Wise September 19, 2014

For students at Trinity, the New York Times is available free of charge, in both print and online versions. Typically, a subscription to the New York Times costs anywhere from $5 to $10 a week, depending...

Faculty attends retreat for new curriculum

Luke Wise September 12, 2014

On Friday Sept. 5, Professors and faculty met this past weekend for a curriculum retreat, to discuss the recently approved curriculum changes. These changes involve various new approaches, from interdisciplinary...

Trinity continues search for new president

Luke Wise September 5, 2014

With President Dennis Ahlburg's contract to expire come January, Trinity is searching for a new president. With the assistance of a search firm, Academic-Search, the process for finding a new candidate...

TUPD House. Photo by Sarah Thorne.

TUPD expands into neighboring Kings Court house

Luke Wise September 5, 2014

Luke Wise: How did TUPD aquire this property? Chief of Police, Paul Chapa: Dean Tuttle occupied this home for a number of years. After it became available we were next door and hurting for room and...

President Ahlburg with Leeroy

President Ahlburg to resign after contract deadline

Luke Wise August 29, 2014

On January 1, 2015, President Dennis Ahlburg will step down from his position following the end of his five year contract at Trinity. Ahlburg, Trinity's 18th president came into his position in January...

Large first year class presents new and unique challenges for Residential Life staff

Luke Wise August 21, 2014

With the current incoming class, residential life is preparing to tackle a larger challenge with one of the largest in recent years. With an estimated 100 student increase, new issues over housing and...

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