Atlas discusses concept of metaphor

Luke Wise April 25, 2014

Sponsored by the philosophy department, J.D. Atlas, member of Common Room, at Wolfson College in Oxford, gave a lecture earlier this month, titled "There Are No Metaphors: Analytic Philosophy and the Literal/Metaphorical...

MADD and TUPD combine to host Community and Wellness Fair

Luke Wise April 25, 2014

In conjunction with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), the Trinity Police Department hosted its first ever Community and Wellness Fair during National Crime Victims Week. The event hosted over 30 local...

KRTU. Photo by Nayali Perez.

No static: KRTU fundraising drive sets records

Luke Wise April 11, 2014

KRTU, the radio station of Trinity University, held its bi-annual membership drive to raise funds and spread awareness of the station. This spring, the drive helped ensure future advancement of the...

Top prize for “Life at Trinity” video contest set at $2,000

Luke Wise April 6, 2014

Submissions for the Center for Learning and Technology's (CLT) student video contest were due this past Monday, March 31. The videos are aimed to showcase life at the university, from showcasing faculty,...

Michael Lurie revisits Greek pessimism with Nietzsche

Luke Wise April 6, 2014

On March 27 Michael Lurie, classicist and current fellow at the National Humanities Center, whose studies and research have included Greek literature and religion and theology in classical Greek philosophy,...

Students bond through Navis scavenger hunt and game

Luke Wise April 6, 2014

During the week of March 17, students participated in a new game on campus, Navis, designed by Trinity alumna Laura Schluckebier. Various teams participated in the campus wide scavenger hunt, filled with...

Photo by Anh-Viet Dinh.

Tigers for Tigers roars ahead to National Conference

Luke Wise March 30, 2014

Trinity's chapter of the National Tigers for Tigers Coalition is heading to the University of Missouri to participate in a national conference over the importance and necessity of tiger protection. The...

Mellon Foundation Grant continues to fund undergraduate research

Luke Wise March 21, 2014

In 2012, Trinity was awarded a five-year grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for research opportunities for students in the arts and humanities. The research takes place throughout the summer with...

Career Services fills department roster with Ramirez hire

Luke Wise March 21, 2014

With a recent hiring, Career Services is near a full staff. The recent addition of Katie Ramirez brings Career Services up to four full-time advisors and one part-time advisor. Career Services director...

Mailboxes. Photo by Anh-Viet Dinh.

University envisions alternative function for Mail Center space

Luke Wise February 28, 2014

In the upcoming weeks, the university is making major renovations and changes to Coates University Center. One of the biggest changes includes moving the student mailboxes. While the new location or...

Chilenos and Chicanos sing together, united in spirit

Luke Wise February 28, 2014

Various speakers and musicians performed and spoke on Feb. 20 about Chilean and Chicano culture in America, specifically California in Parker Chapel. The lecture and performance was part of the Lennox...

Communication Department launches Communication Day

Luke Wise February 24, 2014

Today, the Communication Department hosts their inaugural Communication Day, with a variety of events about future opportunities, networking, panels and varying workshops. To department head and communication...

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