Tommie Ethington – To Trinity with love

Tommie Ethington May 3, 2013

If you're reading this, I am no longer editor-in-chief of the Trinitonian, and as the lights went off in the newsroom and we all filed out for the last time, I undoubtedly felt at a loss. I know this is...

Taco Taco Café, owned by Helen Velesiotis (above), will be opening a location on Trinitys campus this fall in Coates University Center. A favorite of students, Taco Taco has won multiple local and national awards, including multiple from the Trinitonians annual Best for Trinity contest.

Taco Taco Café to open on-campus location

Tommie Ethington April 19, 2013

Helen Velesiotis, owner of the well-known San Antonio breakfast and lunch hot spot, Taco Taco Café, has long considered Trinity a part of her family, and in fall of 2013, Trinity University aims to...

Renae Goettel, 08, discovered her passion for running after graduating from Trinity and has since run two marathons, as well as the Boston Marathon, on Monday, April 15, when the two bombs exploded near the finish line preventing her from finishing the race. Photo courtesy of Renae Goettel.

Q&A with Boston marathon runner Renae Goettel

Tommie Ethington April 19, 2013

Renae Goettel, an alumna who graduated from Trinity with a degree in communication and sociology in 2008, discovered her passion for running two years ago and has been beating the odds ever since. Goettel,...

First years Sydney Wright and Hayley Says, friends of Sheena, talk about her love of music, horseback riding and travel, as members of the community look on during the memorial held at 8 p.m. on Tuesday. Photo by Matthew Brink.

Trinity mourns the loss of Sheena Kaushish

Tommie Ethington April 12, 2013

As the bell in Murchison Tower rang and dusk fell on Trinity's campus at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, a group of more than 50 friends, hall mates, university staff and faculty gathered near Miller Fountain to...

Trinity first year Dakshina (Sheena) Kaushish passed away Monday evening at approximately 6 p.m. Photo courtesy of the Trinity University Tiger Card Office.

Trinity first year passes away

Tommie Ethington April 9, 2013

An email sent by David Tuttle, associate vice president of student affairs and dean of students, at 10:26 a.m. this morning, informed students of the death of Dakshina (Sheena) Kaushish, a first year...

Allegations involving members of service fraternity reveal internal strife

Tommie Ethington February 22, 2013

Following informal allegations of bullying, harassment and hazing relating to a personal issue involving sophomore Leanne Stepchinski and juniors Allie Trigoso and Megan Smith, three individuals associated...

TUPD presence encouraged at Greek events

Tommie Ethington November 2, 2012

Last Wednesday, Oct. 24, Fraternity and Sorority Council Co-Chairs Moira Allen and CJ Robison sent an email to the presidents of Trinity's Greek organizations, announcing a change impacting all second-round...

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Special Coverage: Remembering the Mississippi Miracle

Tommie Ethington October 26, 2012 The Mississippi Miracle from Tiger TV on Vimeo. The events of Oct. 27, 2007 continue to baffle sports fans even today. Some think it was fate, others argue coincidence or...

Jamie Thompson replaces Moffett

Tommie Ethington August 31, 2012

On Monday, Trinity University alumna Jamie Thompson will transition from assistant director of Campus and Community Involvement to become the new director of CCI. She replaces Dr. Raphael Moffett, who...

Getting out on a Friday

Tommie Ethington August 16, 2012

As a first year, everything is new and exciting, especially when it comes to the college social scene, but eventually suspicious garbage-can punch and sticky frat-house floors will get old, and you might...

Culture shock: experiencing history from the other side

Tommie Ethington April 13, 2012

In terms of an educational experience, few things compare to learning history from those who experience it firsthand. This encounter is often hard to come by because primary sources are difficult to locate...

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