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Trinity seeks new internal legal counsel

Noelle Barrera April 22, 2018

Trinity is currently searching for its first in-house general legal counsel. In January, president Danny Anderson announced the creation of a search committee. Members of the committee include Jennifer...

Trinity has a near-even gender ratio. Counseling Services doesn’t

Trinity has a near-even gender ratio. Counseling Services doesn’t

Noelle Barrera April 18, 2018

During the fall 2017 semester, 64 percent of Counseling Services student clients were female. This is the same percentage given in the Center for Collegiate Mental Health's 2017 Annual Report. While...

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New parental leave policy for Trinity faculty

Noelle Barrera April 18, 2018

The Faculty Senate, a governmental body composed of faculty members from different departments, has updated the parental leave policy for Trinity academic faculty. The new policy went into effect this...

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A very special sesquicentennial: Celebrating Trinity’s 150th

Noelle Barrera April 14, 2018

The university has formed a committee to oversee and plan a yearlong celebration of Trinity's 150th anniversary. Angela Breidenstein, professor of education, co-chairs the 150th Anniversary Steering Committee...

The evolving history of Trinity and Fiesta

The evolving history of Trinity and Fiesta

Noelle Barrera April 8, 2018

Trinity University was founded in 1869, and Fiesta began in San Antonio not long after in 1891. Fiesta originated as Fiesta San Jacinto, a salute to the heroes of the Alamo and San Jacinto battles. Since...

Trinity community reflects on Parscale video

Trinity community reflects on Parscale video

Noelle Barrera April 5, 2018
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March for our lives: Admirable movement, flawed manifesto

Noelle Barrera April 4, 2018

On Saturday, March 24, I participated in March For Our Lives along with members of Trinity Progressives and other members of the Trinity community. MFOL was pioneered by Parkland students activists such...

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Council seeks to change Honor Code

Noelle Barrera March 22, 2018

The Academic Honor Council is considering an amendment to the Academic Honor Code that would reduce the severity of the most serious punishment for first offenses. The change would only go into effect...

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Trinity enters final stages of SACSCOC reaccreditation

Noelle Barrera March 18, 2018

Trinity University is in the process of being reaccredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). Trinity has been accredited in San Antonio since Jan. 1,...

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Plans for Coates renovations near completion

Noelle Barrera February 28, 2018

Trinity will soon begin renovating Coates University Center in a collaborative effort involving many different Trinity offices, including Student Involvement and Counseling Services. The renovations start...

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How does Trinity conserve water?

Noelle Barrera February 25, 2018

Most people know a few actions they can personally take to help the environment, whether it's avoiding disposable plastic bottles or taking short showers. But what efforts are the Trinity and San Antonio...

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Lecture addresses the “new Cold War”

Noelle Barrera February 22, 2018

In his lecture The New Middle East Cold War, F. Gregory Gause attempted to explain the causes of the current Middle Eastern political crisis by focusing on the effects of destabilizing states. Gause...

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