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University offered faculty, staff monetary stimulus to alleviate budget problems

University offered faculty, staff monetary stimulus to alleviate budget problems

Fifteen faculty members and 41 staff took advantage of the Voluntary Separation Incentive Plan
Emma Utzinger, News Reporter September 23, 2021

A wave of faculty and staff left Trinity this spring following university efforts to cut pandemic-induced costs. In the past year and a half, Trinity University’s budget has taken a hit due to the...

Men’s soccer remains undefeated six games into season

Men’s soccer remains undefeated six games into season

Tigers continue their winning streak with wins against the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor and Concordia University
Luke Terry, Sports Reporter September 23, 2021

After winning their first four matches of this still-young season, the Trinity men’s soccer team received the news last week that they were ranked no. 12 in the first release of the United Soccer Coaches...

From left to right: Students Tucker Craft, Jack Maxwell, and Logan Martinez view seal display

Student-written labels featured at San Antonio Museum of Art

Labels were written by students of the art history course This Is America
Ashley Allen, Arts Columnist September 23, 2021

Ever notice museum tags at the San Antonio Museum of Art written by your peers when walking through the galleries? During spring 2020 and 2021, Trinity students enrolled in the art history course “This...

Trinity moves forward in master plan for Chapman-Halsell and Dicke Hall

Trinity moves forward in master plan for Chapman-Halsell and Dicke Hall

The newly renovated Haslell Center, the master plan's first phase, reopened on Aug. 11
Gloria Farris, News Reporter September 22, 2021

On Aug. 11, Trinity University opened its newly renovated Ewing Halsell Center, originally built in 1968 by famed Trinity architect O’Neil Ford. Now, the university presses onward in conducting the last...

TUPD Assistant Chief arrested for allegedly soliciting prostitution

TUPD Assistant Chief arrested for allegedly soliciting prostitution

Pete Perez was arrested at 5 p.m. on Thursday by the San Antonio Police Department
Dana Nichols, Editor-in-Chief September 17, 2021

Pete Perez, Assistant Chief of the Trinity University Police Department, was arrested at 5 p.m. on Thursday by the San Antonio Police Department for allegedly soliciting prostitution. Upon his arrest,...

Booster shots available to immunocompromised individuals

Booster shots available to immunocompromised individuals

Gloria Farris, News Reporter September 16, 2021

On Sept. 22, Trinity will begin offering COVID booster shots to students, faculty and staff who identify as moderately to severely immunocompromised along with a flu vaccination clinic for the general...

Self-portrait photography by Mari Hernandez open at Neidorff Art Gallery

Self-portrait photography by Mari Hernandez open at Neidorff Art Gallery

San Antonio artist explores story of Mexican-American experience and identity
September 16, 2021

From Sept. 9 to Nov. 6, the work of San Antonio based artist Mari Hernandez will be exhibited in a solo show titled, “Figments of Truth.” “Figments of Truth” is an installation that addresses the...

Tiger Cards go offline overnight, limit student residence hall access

Tiger Cards go offline overnight, limit student residence hall access

September 16, 2021

At midnight on Aug. 31, Tiger Cards malfunctioned, causing all students to lose access to their dorm rooms. Luckily, the Tiger Card Office reacted quickly to this issue and set up stations to reprogram...

Womens Soccer kicks off season with four win streak

Women’s Soccer kicks off season with four win streak

The Tigers faced off against Cal Lutheran in an engaging match
Alejandra Gerlach, Sports Reporter September 16, 2021

Last weekend, Trinity’s women’s soccer team won games against California Lutheran University (Cal Lutheran) and East Texas Baptist University with final scores of 3-2 and 4-1, respectively. These two...

The need for inclusive language in abortion activism

The need for inclusive language in abortion activism

Logan Crews, Managing Editor September 9, 2021

Despite my anger, grief, frustration and every other negative emotion possible, I’ve had a hard time talking about Texas’ new law largely banning abortions that occur after six weeks of pregnancy....

The orchestras string players rehearse inside and within six feet of each other for the first time since the pandemic.

Play it by ear: Choir and orchestra adjust to COVID updates

Simultaneous high vaccination rates and new strains cause more changes in rehearsal protocol
Jordyn Guzman, Arts reporter September 9, 2021

With the most difficult part of the pandemic behind them, Trinity’s choral groups and orchestra have done what they can to start their first semester off strong here on campus. Protocols, although not...

he Tigers celebrate after a rally at the Final Four Tournament in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, which they ultimately lost to the Johns-Hopkins University Blue Jays who secured the title.

Volleyball team set to ace nationals

Opinion: Preseason polls suggest a chance at a first-ever national championships win
Luke Terry, Sports Reporter September 9, 2021

A little under two years ago, Trinity University’s volleyball team made the trip to Cedar Rapids, Iowa to compete in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) championships. This past spring,...

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