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Students get involved in summer research and internships

Students get involved in summer research and internships

Noelle Barrera August 15, 2018
Opportunities for students to learn and grow
Students + Startups to expand nationally

Students + Startups to expand nationally

Kaylie King August 15, 2018
Summer internship program will accept applications from non-Trinity students for the 2019 program
Making Trinity feel more like home

Making Trinity feel more like home

Mathilde Le Tacon August 15, 2018
Trinity students offer ways for incoming first years to make Trinity feel more like home
Trinity purchased the City Vista apartments in January 2017, and this spring semester marks a full year of Trinity students living in the off-campus complex. Students noted the benefits of living in the apartments,  including increased independence and close proximity to campus, but students also found challenges in the new living space. Despite maintenance issues and the large expense of living at City Vista, students found overall experience to be good. Many of the issues this year have been resolved by the Residential Life staff.  File photo

A year of City Vista: Trials, triumphs and trash

Noelle Barrera April 26, 2018

May marks the end of the first year of Trinity students living in the City Vista apartments on the corner of Hildebrand and Devine. Trinity purchased City Vista in January 2017. In an email to the campus...

In November 1977, the Trinitonian published an article about C. Mackenzie Browns philosophy of simplicity. file photo

Retiring faculty and staff share Trinity memories

Amber Adickes April 25, 2018

As we near the end of the spring semester, graduating seniors are closing the book that is Trinity. Many faculty and staff on campus are doing the same. The Trinitonian asked retirees about their future...

photo by Stephen Somrall-Orsak

Committees choose FYE and Student Research awards

Gabriella Garriga April 25, 2018

With finals fast approaching, the library is beginning to fill with more and more students devoting countless hours to their final projects and papers. As the days drudge on, many may question why they...

According to an Einstein’s Bros. bagels employee, require employees to throw out their bagels after four hours due to them becoming stale. Although there is much food waster on campus, dining services is trying to become more sustainable. photo by Jordan Bruce, webmaster

TU aims to limit food waste, including the 4.23 tons of trash that Mabee creates weekly

Bobby Watson April 24, 2018

According to Sharon Curry, sustainability coordinator, Mabee alone produces about 4.23 tons of trash weekly, and much of that is food waste. In the process of providing multiple food vendors and an open...

photo provided by Chelsea Runacres

Chelsea Runacres qualifies for equestrian nationals

Saul Malek April 23, 2018

Kids grow up playing sports. It’s a way of life, a rite of passage of being a kid. Oftentimes, a few years of a sport is enough until a kid gets bored or realizes they aren’t good enough for a higher...

illustration by Julia Poage, staff illustrator

Trinity seeks new internal legal counsel

Noelle Barrera April 22, 2018

Trinity is currently searching for its first in-house general legal counsel. In January, president Danny Anderson announced the creation of a search committee. Members of the committee include Jennifer...

photo by Allison Wolff, staff photographer

Lysistrata: social change through sexual frustration

Daniel Rothschild April 18, 2018

  The Trinity University theater department raised the curtain last Friday on the last main-stage production of the Spring semester: Aristophanes’ “Lysistrata,” adapted for the modern stage...

Former student finds joy in Austin

Former student finds joy in Austin

Kara Killinger April 11, 2018

Grace Cline spent three full semesters at Trinity, and she liked it here for the most part. She had great friends, she appreciated her professors and how much they cared about her as an individual, she...

photo by Kathleen Creedon

Senior’s band Quiet Hours follows multiple solo EPs

Austin Davidson April 11, 2018

Senior music major John Morgan has been creating music at Trinity University since his sophomore year. When he lived in Thomas, Morgan created his first EP, “Quiet Hours,” in 2016. He used his friend’s...

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