Some students live in HOPE Hall by a happy mistake

Some students live in HOPE Hall by a happy mistake

Miriam Cone November 18, 2016

The Homeless Outreach Pursuing Education (HOPE) Hall is known around campus for its service to the San Antonio community and its location in Murchison Hall right next to cardiac hill, but it is not as...

Thanksgiving customs cant be quit cold turkey

Thanksgiving customs can’t be quit cold turkey

Miriam Cone November 18, 2016

With Thanksgiving break just around the corner, many students reminisce and fantasize over past meals and fun times with their families and friends. For Danielle Trevino, a junior communication and...

NICHOLAS CHAMPION, SASHA FAUST and MATTHEW REYNOLDS were all smiles as they walked down the red carpet at the Empire Theatre just prior to the awards ceremony beginning.
Photo provided by SASHA FAUST

Theatre department wins big at Alamo Theatre Arts Council awards ceremony

Miriam Cone November 14, 2016

Trinity's theatre department is used to being in the spotlight onstage during their performances, but at the Alamo Theatre Arts Council (ATAC) 26th Annual Globe Awards, students, faculty and alumni were...

Photo by Claudia Garcia
ELIZABETH METZGER and KERRY MADDEN perform in “Moments” by NICO CHAMPION during the 24-Hour Play Festival.

TUPS get creative with 24-Hour Play Festival

Miriam Cone October 29, 2016

On Oct. 22, the Trinity University Players (TUPS) presented the 24-Hour Play Festival. The name of the festival comes from the fact that the short plays performed were all written, produced and performed...

Fluent undergrads talk about language

Fluent undergrads talk about language

Miriam Cone October 26, 2016

There are seven different languages offered as subjects at Trinity University, which makes English not the only language spoken on campus. Language diversity goes beyond the classroom with bilingual students,...

Photo by Miguel Weber
Poet NIKKI GIOVANNI delivered a powerful speech about a variety of topics, including politics and the writers of the future, to an audience composed of students, professors, and other faculty members on Monday.

Nikki Giovanni, esteemed poet and speaker, delivered presentation

Miriam Cone October 26, 2016

On Oct. 10, Laurie Auditorium was filled with people who came to hear esteemed writer and poet Nikki Giovanni speak. She visited as a part of the DeCoursey Lecture Series, which alternates speakers from...

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