How you know it’s time to go home

Mathilde Le Tacon November 8, 2018

It’s Friday or Saturday night; you’ve gotten your work done, and now you want to go out and celebrate with no particular end time in mind. There’s nothing wrong with going with the flow...

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What Not to Wear: Halloween Edition

Mathilde Le Tacon October 26, 2018

With Halloween coming around in just a week, many students will be scrambling to pull their costumes together at the last minute. Even if it's just a quick trip to the store to grab some cat ears or a...

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Game of phones: Ringing in donations

Mathilde Le Tacon October 24, 2018

Have you, family members or alumni friends ever picked up the phone to be greeted by a voice on the other end of the line asking for Trinity donations? That was a Phonathon caller — a student worker...

A complete guide to ACL 2018

Mathilde Le Tacon October 1, 2018

  Next weekend marks the beginning of the two-weekend-long Austin City Limits festival (ACL). Austin, Texas is nicknamed the live music capital of the world, and it has the festival to match. Inaugurated...

Get to know SGA president Amulya Deva

Get to know SGA president Amulya Deva

Mathilde Le Tacon September 23, 2018

Senior Amulya Deva, who transferred to Trinity University from St. Edward’s University her sophomore year and has already made a huge mark on campus, is majoring in both finance and business analytics...

How to prepare for the first tests of the semester

Mathilde Le Tacon September 16, 2018

As the semester picks up steam and students settle into their classes, some may find themselves soon facing the first tests of the year. For anyone who needs a fresh reminder of how to do well and crush...

Drama therapy: The making of a major

Drama therapy: The making of a major

Mathilde Le Tacon September 5, 2018

If you haven't heard of drama therapy at Trinity University, there's good reason for that. It's new, and it's all the work of one student who transferred to Trinity last year. Junior Molly Rosenblatt,...

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Living and learning on campus

Mathilde Le Tacon August 29, 2018

Most students know the names of the basic residence halls; Trinity University is host to James Calvert Hall, South Hall, etc. It has halls on campus, such as the substance-free halls, HOPE Hall, the 360...

Jennifer Rowe jokes with a student in her office Photo credit: Elizabeth Nelson

A day in the life of the Writing Center

Mathilde Le Tacon August 25, 2018

Writing well and conveying a point can be difficult, but help and guidance is just around the corner. Located in the Tiger Learning Commons (TLC) on the main floor of the Coates Library, the Writing Center...

Making Trinity feel more like home

Making Trinity feel more like home

Mathilde Le Tacon August 15, 2018

Every new first-year class deals with homesickness and uncertainty. Stepping away from the familiar and into a completely new environment can be overwhelming. While new is good, it’s also scary. But...

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