Relax And Do Designs founders Jamie Procter and Sarah Fordin present their product during the second round of the Stumberg competition. Photo by Chloe Sonnier

Meet the finalists of the Stumberg Competition

Meredith Goshell October 25, 2017

Every year, Trinity University hosts the Stumberg Venture Competition, an event for student startups styled after "Shark Tank." In the spring of 2017, students entered their new ideas and companies for...

illustration by Andrea Nebhut

Uncommon Learning Experience: A visit to Bexar Juvenile Detention Center

Meredith Goshell October 11, 2017

Approximately 47 students from the First Year Experience: A Successful Life visited Bexar County Juvenile Detention Center on Thursday, Oct. 5. The first-years' trip to the center is one of the Common...

Aiden Burke unicycles to class every day.

Aiden Burke: the unicycle guy

Meredith Goshell October 11, 2017

Aidan Burke is a senior biology major at Trinity University and patrols Thomas 5th as the resident assistant. He also rides a unicycle to class everyday. Meredith Goshell: The obvious question: why...

A lecture panel encourages biology majors to pursue careers in fields outside of medical and research fields. Photo by Andrea Nebhut

Taking a biology major beyond med school

Meredith Goshell October 3, 2017

Biology department hosted an event titled "Biology Department Seminar: Diverse Career Paths in Biology," on Monday, Sept. 25. In academic settings, biology students are often exposed to careers that...

Upcoming events through Trinitys Humanities Collective. Graphic by Tyler Herron

Newly formed Humanities Collective promotes interdisciplinary learning

Meredith Goshell October 2, 2017

In the spring of last year, faculty members from various humanities disciplines got together and created the Humanities Collective. The Collective was created as an attempt to highlight and promote events...

Ansh Khullar and Ian Dill, center, stand with coaches Collin Roark and William Mosely-Jensen.

Trinity debate kick starts journey to the top in Georgia

Meredith Goshell September 27, 2017

On the weekend of Sept. 15, Trinity University sent six students to a policy debate tournament at Georgia State University. Policy debate, which features teams of two arguing the intricacies of a year-long...

Apples and honey are a traditional meal following the fast of Rosh Hashana. illustration by Andrea Nebhut

Jewish students celebrate Rosh Hashana

Meredith Goshell September 27, 2017

Jewish students celebrated Rosh Hashana, the Jewish new year, from sundown last Wednesday to Thursday's sunset. Judaism follows a lunar calendar, not the traditional Gregorian calendar, so the Jewish new...

Meet Horst, the comp sci guy in tie-dye

Meet Horst, the comp sci guy in tie-dye

Meredith Goshell September 13, 2017

Horst Evans is a junior computer science major and a sousaphone player for Tiger Stand Band. He's also the tie-dye king of Trinity University. Ever since he was in early middle school, he has solely...

In and out: German Fulbright students reflect on time at Trinity

Meredith Goshell September 7, 2017

In 2015, San Antonio launched Discover America Via San Antonio (DASA), a student exchange program created jointly by Trinity University and the German-American Fulbright Commission in Berlin. The 13 German...

Prowlers and auditioning students dance during try-outs. Photo by Allison Wolff

Prowlers expand budget, members to promote dance and pep

Meredith Goshell September 6, 2017

Last Thursday, the Prowlers, a Trinity dance team and spirit organization, had their tryouts for the 2017"“2018 academic year. The student-run club promotes wellness of mind and body for students interested...

Pathways reaches two-year milestone

Meredith Goshell September 1, 2017

Two years ago Trinity University changed their program for general education requirements from the Common Curriculum to a new set of requirements called Pathways. Pathways was created to accommodate new...

Coleen Grissom, professor of English and former dean of students, reads in her office during a quiet time before classes start up again for the fall.
photo by Amani Canada

Professors share their routines to get ready for the upcoming busy semester

Meredith Goshell August 23, 2017

Every year, many students scramble at the last minute to order their textbooks, buy new notebooks and organize their planners to prepare for going back to school. But what about professors? What does the...

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