Trinity alumni Mike Avery (left), along with a fellow member of Texas Parkour, showcase their high-flying abilities in Brackenridge Park. Photo by Paul Cuclis.

Getting your Parkour on

Paul Cuclis September 14, 2012

The stone playground in Brackenridge is a place where kids can go to play hide-and-seek, scramble over concrete walls and dangle from metal bars, but every Sunday afternoon, it serves a different function....

Indie movies for the masses

John Mendiola September 14, 2012

Here at The Trinitonian, we employ various writers that are experts in various fields: I specialize in low-brow, asinine pieces written to elicit nothing but disgust. This week, I'm leaving the downhill...

Late night roundup

Donald Dimick September 14, 2012

Even if you don't know the difference between a monologue and a desk piece, keeping up with late night shows can be an easy way to stay relevant in the pop culture conversation and "Did you see (blank)...

Upperclassmen: do not be confused with first years

Krista Campolo September 14, 2012

If you're not a first year, odds are, you've been asked if you were. Being mistaken for a Trinity University first-year, in all their absent-minded and self-indulgent greatness, is not the end of the world....

Songstress Carly Rae Jepsen became a pop culture icon after her hit single Call Me Maybe hit the airwaves. Krista Campolo is particularly excited about her duet with Justin Bieber.

Anticipated albums to end 2012

Krista Campolo September 7, 2012

I'll be completely honest. When it comes to albums, I don't buy them. THERE I said it! Cue the exaggerated and sarcastic sigh of relief. It's just that these days, it's much too easy to pick and choose...

New NBC shows and their likely fates

Donald Dimick September 7, 2012

NBC has given six of their new shows premiere dates. In a year with the Super Bowl and the Olympics, the network needs to capitalize and release some new hit shows. I have decided to take a look and make...

Revenge of the Tigers: If Trinity became a college comedy

John Mendiola September 7, 2012

A Trinity University Police Department officer walks by my room, Room 237; he's thinking of his kids waiting for him at home, wondering why TUPD seems to be the popcorn maker of campus and if he'll finally...

On the prowl for a cup of joe

Paul Cuclis September 7, 2012

I've had my fair share of coffee from Java City, Einstein's, Coates and Mabee, but every once in awhile, I have an itch for a really exceptional cup of joe that the school's coffee just can't scratch....

Trinity’s burn book

Krista Campolo August 31, 2012

So there's this book, right. It's sort of ridiculous, but also astonishingly hard to put down. After, reading "¦ ahem "¦ skimming this College Prowler edition of Trinity University, published in 2006,...

Other places for your TV fix

Donald Dimick August 31, 2012

"Television as we know it is dead" is a statement we've been hearing for years, but the truth of the matter is that few people are actually "cutting the cord" on conventional television. This dream...

Porter releases first novel, In Between Days, Sept. 4

Paul Cuclis August 31, 2012

We often joke with them and talk to them as equals or even as friends, but, occasionally, we students have to take a step back and realize that many of the professors here at Trinity are extraordinary...

The must-play video games of 2012

John Mendiola August 31, 2012

Now that school is well underway, assignments and tests pouring in like clockwork, the staff of The Trinitonian thought it would be apropos to create a list that would help facilitate your procrastination....

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