Surviving, if not thriving, as a college student

Surviving, if not thriving, as a college student

Editorial Staff October 27, 2016

Midterm grades were due this week, and though the scramble to finish projects and study for tests is behind us, the all-nighters and 2 a.m. trips to Whataburger are still taking a toll on our bodies and...

Why so serious?

Why so serious?

Editorial Staff October 10, 2016

"God invented mankind because he loved silly stories." If this quote from British artist Ralph Steadman is true, the big man upstairs has to be particularly pleased with how the October 2016 chapter...

Make yourself uncomfortable

Make yourself uncomfortable

Editorial Staff September 26, 2016

In an interview at our staff training this summer, Dr. Deneese Jones mentioned how her identity as a black woman has shaped many of the experiences and interactions that led her to where she is today....

Welcome. Were glad youre here.

Welcome. We’re glad you’re here.

Editorial Staff August 18, 2016

Do you remember the day you decided to apply to Trinity? Do you remember why? Maybe you were impressed by a particular academic department, or a coach recruited you for a sports team. Maybe you liked the...

Stan Lee to make guest Trinity visit

Editorial Staff April 24, 2015

One of the most well known classes in the communication department is a special topics class taught by Darren Delfish called "Comic Books Teen Boys Keep Under Their Bed".  However, this year, the roster...

Seniors fight for extra commencement tickets

Editorial Staff April 24, 2015

Last week, hundreds of seniors camped out in Laurie Auditorium in hopes of receiving extra commencement tickets. Pillows, blankets, tents and anxious seniors lined the circular hallway outside of the box...

Dean of students caught at party with minors

Editorial Staff April 24, 2015

At 2:30 a.m. on Wednesday, April 22, the chief of San Antonio Police and the sheriff of Bexar County were called to 420 F Avenue to answer a disturbance call. Upon arriving, the officials discovered a...

Pole dancing and twerking added to fall courses list

Editorial Staff April 24, 2015

Adjunct professor Chip N. Dale has taught all sorts of different dance styles to Trinity students over the years. From country western to ballroom, students who came in convinced that they had two left...

Student cannot get out of Oceanography

Editorial Staff April 24, 2015

Spring of my freshman year, I enrolled in "Oceanography." I was young and innocent and I wanted to knock some of the science section of the Common Curriculum out of the way. I thought "Oceanography"...

P.O.D. machine no longer losing its cool

Editorial Staff April 24, 2015

No, it isn't a rare species of the rainforest, a love affair or food from a high school cafeteria. These words describe the temperamental and unpredictable P.O.D. milkshake machine that seems to have been...

Editorial: More Than One Grain Of Salt

Editorial Staff February 6, 2015

In last week's Trinitonian, columnist Megan Reynolds wrote of the courage necessary for free and uncensored self-expression, and she was right. Speaking freely, especially as an artist, sometimes takes...

Editorial: The circle of newspaper life

Editorial Staff September 21, 2014

For those of you who have yet to read our First Amendment coverage on page 5, here's a recap: the First Amendment is important. "Important" does not even begin to describe it, actually: it is VITAL to...

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