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Pet hall to close after one year

Philip McKeon April 28, 2017

Trinity's Pet Hall project is discontinuing at the end of this semester. Wanda Olson, associate director of Residential Life, considers the Pet Hall program a success, despite its discontinuation. "I...

A snout butterfly stops to get some nectar from a flower on campus. 
Staff file photo.

Eco Allies presents Earth Week events

Philip McKeon April 21, 2017

Eco Allies is a student organization focused, according to their advisor Sharon Curry, on helping the Trinity community become more conscious and eco-friendly. "They've definitely helped increase awareness...

Tobacco Free Trinity policy will begin in August before students return for fall 2017 semester.
Photo by Claudia Garcia

Trinity goes tobacco free

Philip McKeon April 7, 2017

New tobacco-free policy to take effect Aug. 1, 2017   Jackie Bavilacqua, coordinator of Health Services, explained that part of the reasoning behind the policy is to benefit student's health...

Trinity debaters compete nationally

Philip McKeon March 31, 2017

The Trinity debate team members Austen Yorko, Drew Sposeep, Ansh Khullar and Ian Dill competed at the National Debate Tournament this past week. The tournament has been in existence for over 60 years...

Direcotor of Student Involvement Jamie Thompson participates in B-Cycle ribbon cutting while a B-Cycle representative and Vice President for Finance and Administration Gary Logan look on.

SGA cuts ribbon on long-awaited B-Cycle initiative

Philip McKeon March 24, 2017

SGA unveiled the B-Cycle station, located in front of McLean residence hall, this past Monday. Student day passes are currently priced at eight dollars per day.     Brenna Hill, former SGA president,...

Mayoral election forum to be hosted at Trinity

Mayoral election forum to be hosted at Trinity

Philip McKeon March 3, 2017

As the mayoral election quickly approaches, several student organizations will host the three major candidates. The event, which will take place on Monday, Mar. 7, is sponsored by Pi Sigma Phi, Student...

Health club starts

Health club starts

Philip McKeon February 16, 2017

The organization seeks to expose students to the practices and nuances of globalized medical services Global Health Initiative seeks to help people who are interested in seeing how healthcare can affect...

Photo by Claudia Garcia

B-Cycle comes to Trinity

Philip McKeon February 16, 2017

After years of planning SGA announcing new B-Cycle station After several years of planning, Trinity University is implementing a B-Cycle station. The acquisition of the station has been an initiative...

Tune in each week for Kathleen Creedon's SGA summaries. SGA meets at 6 p.m. on Mondays in the Waxahachie Room in Coates University Center.

SGA hears bi-weekly funding requests

Philip McKeon February 9, 2017

The student organization outlines the necessities, logistics, successes and failures of the financial proposals they heard during their Monday meetings Student organizations are welcome to apply for...

The residential life staff assures that no unordinary surveillance has been going on at the City Vista apartment complex. File photo

City Vista planning continues

Philip McKeon February 9, 2017

After announcing purchase of apartment complex, Trinity administration moves forward with housing developments Trinity's recent purchase of the City Vista apartments three weeks ago left students with...

M. Norris to visit

M. Norris to visit

Philip McKeon February 2, 2017

Michele Norris, award winning journalist and founder of The Race Card Project will speak at Trinity on Feb. 7 at 7 p.m. The lecture is sponsored by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in partnership with NPR's...

Photo by Managing Editor Alexandra Uri

San Antonio Women’s March draws several thousand to City Hall in protest of Trump

Philip McKeon January 26, 2017

Grass-roots organizing draws out millions across the country in solidarity  Last Saturday, the day after the inauguration of President Donald Trump, thousands of people, including Trinity students,...

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