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Aramark beats out competitors for dining RFP

Kathleen Creedon February 26, 2018

Last updated: Wednesday, February 28th at 8:20 p.m. Last fall, Trinity launched a request for proposals (RFP) to select a new dining service provider. The university signed a letter of intent to continue...

photo provided by Sarah McIntyre

It’s not really a pirate’s life for Swashbucklers

Maggie Lupo February 26, 2018

Very few people enter college thinking they’re going to be a pirate. Luckily, Trinity University, as a true liberal arts institution, provides its students with that possibility. Pirates at Trinity...

photo by Amani Canada

#MeToo at the Conservative Political Action Committee

Manfred Wendt February 26, 2018

“A conservative is someone who stands athwart history, yelling 'Stop!', at a time when no one is inclined to do so, or to have much patience with those who so urge it.” - William F. Buckley The above...

Mens basketball seniors pose for a photo at their last home game. photo by Allison Wolff

Basketball senior night victories cap off winning seasons

Antonio Pedraza February 22, 2018

The men's and women's basketball teams were both victorious against conference foe Schreiner University on Saturday, Feb. 17 in their final home games of the season.  The women, who came into the weekend...

Photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer

Mabee swipe-sharing policy causes confusion

Jordan Bruce February 22, 2018

Mabee dining hall, and Aramark in particular, are often the target of students’ ire. But why? There is currently a policy against dining swipes being used for multiple people. Aramark and dining services...

Maria Luisa Cesar, left, is the senior policy advisor and deputy communications director for Mayor Ron Nirenberg. Cesar was one of five panelists, joined by Diego Bernal, center, Brencia Berry, George Rodriguez and Ana Sandoval to discuss local issues and politics. The event was moderated by sophomore Travis Boyd, right. photo by Amani Canada, photo editor.

#2MinuteCivics promotes upcoming elections

Bobby Watson February 21, 2018

Tigers for Liberty (TFL), Trinity Progressives (T-Prog), The Contemporary, and the off-campus organization MOVE San Antonio hosted #2MinuteCivics, a crash course in local issues, to prepare attendees...

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TU Pres: Diversity & inclusion follow dignity, respect

Danny Anderson February 21, 2018

February is Black History Month. Like colleges and universities across the country, Trinity University is marking this national observance with events and educational opportunities. The Trinity University...

Sophie Wikstrom, Emily Cruz and Daniela Molina, left to right, work out on the cardio deck. photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer

New workout facilities opened to students at Bell Center

Kendra Derrig February 15, 2018

Construction on the new workout facilities in the Bell Center stopped on Thursday, Feb. 8, allowing Trinity students, faculty and staff to access the brand new, two-story weight and cardio rooms. The fitness...

Poets straddle line between love and anti-love

Poets straddle line between love and anti-love

Georgie Riggs February 15, 2018

“Personally, I believe the boundary between love and anti-love is always fluctuating,” said Courtney Justus, senior and event planner in charge of the Trinity Review’s Love & Anti-Love Poetry...

illustration by Julia Poage, staff illustrator

Love, loss and support from the Trinity community

Theresa Ho February 15, 2018

I watched my grandpa die over winter break. It might seem morbid talking about death and loss only a couple of days after Valentine’s Day, but I don’t think it’s morbid at all. In fact, I think that...

Recovery meals are offered to students once health services diagnoses them with the flu. Meals include.  Photo by Amani Canada, photo editor

Aramark, health services work together to help sick students

Bobby Watson February 14, 2018

Influenza strain A has been extraordinarily harmful this year in comparison to past years and has been highly contagious due to a lower rate of effectiveness of the flu vaccine. “Every day in clinic...

The Boombox while under construction, next to the old scoreboard. photo by Allison Wolff, staff photographer.

New scoreboard constructed in TU Stadium

Antonio Pedraza February 7, 2018

A 28 by 48 foot video scoreboard rose out of Trinity University Stadium last week, replacing the smaller digital board. The new scoreboard, funded privately by the football team’s booster club, will...

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