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CCI convenes focus group

Sonam James December 6, 2013

Trinity has been conducting focus groups in order to gauge students' opinions about topics including student presence at campus lectures and the concept of a co-curricular transcript. The focus groups...

Political writer and activist Naomi Wolf gave the 2013 Maverick Lecture in Trinity’s Stieren Theater on November 19. In her presentation, titled “Public Liberty, Private Liberty: When the State Tries to Get into your Private Business,” she spoke to a full house on current topics including personal privacy, government power and control, as well as national/world security. Photo by Matthew Brink.

Naomi Wolf discusses state of U.S. liberties

Sonam James December 6, 2013

Naomi Wolf noted author and activist, spoke as a part of the Trinity University Maverick Lecture Series on Nov. 19. She presented a lecture entitled "Public Liberty, Private Liberty: When the State Tries...

Student Government Association funds 57 percent of student requests

Sonam James November 22, 2013

The Student Government Association, formerly known as the Association of Student Representatives, ended funding requests for this semester. This semester there was a 33 percent increase in the amount of...

University website redesigned with competition in mind

Sonam James November 22, 2013

On Nov. 8,  Trinity University updated its website to be more user friendly and to attract prospective students. The updated website is meant not only to attract visitors, but also to fix any problems...

Fair trade shirt table. Photo by Anh-Viet Dinh.

MLK Fair-Trade Shirts are $10

Sonam James November 15, 2013

Angela Chen, a junior, led the effort this year for fair-trade shirts for the Martin Luther King, Jr., march on Jan. 20. Last year, the effort was led by Hannah Monroe, who graduated in the spring. There...

Student Managed Fund welcomes 15th anniversary

Sonam James November 15, 2013

The Student Managed Fund celebrated its 15th anniversary with a celebration with alumni of the class of "˜99 on Oct. 11. The key speakers included SMF alumni Sardar Biglari "˜99 chairman and CEO of Biglari...

Body Image Program expands to non-sorority students

Sonam James November 12, 2013

The Sorority Body Image project is a program and study that has been highly successful since its conception 13 years ago. The program has thrived so much that it is being used as the model for other colleges...

Proposal provides flexibility

Sonam James November 12, 2013

Starting next academic year, the credit hour for some courses could change. On Oct. 25, the University Curriculum Council voted on a proposal for a more flexible credit hour. The  vote for the UCC proposal...

The computer lab on the second floor of Coates University has been closed. The computers that used to occupy the space are now moved out.

Computer lab in upstairs Coates converted for Career Services

Sonam James November 4, 2013

The computer lab on the second floor of Coates University Center has closed and will be converted into a temporary office for Career Services. The lab was shut down due to limited student activity. "Space...

Adjusting to student demand, Aramark has reduced the hours of Einstein Bros Bagels to 8:00pm to make room for the newly extended hours of Taco Taco.

Taco Taco now open from 8 p.m. until midnight

Sonam James November 4, 2013

Taco Taco is now open from 8 p.m. to midnight, Monday through Thursday. Morning hours will be from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., while Einstein's hours will be curtailed to stay open only until 8 p.m. Plans to...

Practical learning experience provided through COMM 1131

Sonam James October 27, 2013

The Tiger TV operates with 32 staff members and 24 students that are a part of the COMM 1131 internship class. While 23 of the 32 staff members are unpaid, students still volunteer multiple hours working...

Health Services offers vaccines to combat influenza

Health Services offers vaccines to combat influenza

Sonam James October 27, 2013

Flu vaccines are now available at Health Services. The injection costs twelve dollars, and students will be given a receipt to seek reimbursement with their healthcare providers if they wish. Flu vaccines...

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