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Career Fair attracts students and recruiters to Laurie

Luke Wise February 24, 2014

This past week, on Feb. 19, Career Services held the Spring 2014 Career Fair, with over thirty companies, businesses and the armed forces from San Antonio and the surrounding region coming to Laurie Auditorium,...

Student videos will replace existing alcohol education program

Luke Wise February 15, 2014

The Dean of Students' Office is aiming to replace current incoming student alcohol programs with new student-made productions. The student-made videos must be proposed to the office, with bids starting...

Class rings. Photo by Anh-Viet Dinh.

Ring Sales

Luke Wise February 15, 2014

In conjunction with class ring sales in the Fiesta Room for eligible juniors and seniors, three Trinity students won the annual ring scholarship, which goes toward the cost of their class rings. The...

Winter weather causes university to postpone class for safety

Winter weather causes university to postpone class for safety

Luke Wise February 8, 2014

Last week, following low temperatures and freezing rain, the university delayed classes for students on the 24th, pushing back start times to 9:30 am. The winter storm, rolling in on Thursday night,...

Southwest Airlines expands to international hubs

Luke Wise February 8, 2014

With over 3,800 flights each day, Southwest Airlines is a major competitor in the field of transportation. Promoting low prices and easy flights, the successful domestic airline is looking to go international....

Strategic plan seeks to rebrand Trinity with new face

Luke Wise February 2, 2014

Earlier last year, Trinity University's Board of Trustees approved the university's first official strategic plan, a plan that looks to fulfill Trinity's maximum potential and push the school further...

Steve Stern kicks off the 2014 Alvarez and Lennox Series

Luke Wise February 2, 2014

Over the course of the spring semester, the 2014 Alvarez and Lennox series, two previously separate series at Trinity, came together to produce a series of various lectures and events titled "Social Justice,...

Photo by Megan McLoughlin.

Students and faculty “take the first step in faith” for MLK

Luke Wise January 24, 2014

On Monday, Jan. 20, the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. March was held, drawing large crowds of San Antonio residents as well as many Trinity students. The march, starting at 10 a.m., worked its way down...

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University remembers former president Duncan Wimpress

Luke Wise January 24, 2014

On Jan. 6, former Trinity president Duncan Wimpress passed away at the age of 91. Wimpress, Trinity's fifteenth president, served the university from 1970 until 1976. During his time in charge, he implemented...

Should a Professor Be Devoted Lecture. 
Daniel Gordon, professor of history at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and interim dean of the Commonwealth Honors College

Lecturer David Gordon weighs research versus teaching

Luke Wise December 6, 2013

Visiting professor Daniel Gordon of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, recently gave a lecture regarding the issue of teaching and research and how a professor should approach the issue. Exploring...

CPS Automated Demand saves energy

Luke Wise November 22, 2013

In conjunction with CPS Energy, Trinity University joined other institutions by agreeing to conserve energy over peak seasons last summer. The program, CPS Automated Demand, helped the school conserve...

B-Cycle program explored by Association of Student Representatives

Luke Wise November 15, 2013

The Association of Student Representatives (ASR) is looking to bring the citywide program, B-Cycle, to Trinity University in the near future. The rental bike system has over 52 stations throughout San...

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