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From left: Sophomores William Ballengee, Tiffany Nguyen, Benjamin Gonzalez and Rachel Lopez play Mario Kart 8 Deluxe in the CSI Cube. Photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer.

TU Gaming receives status as RSO

Cathy Terrace February 7, 2018

After some concern with how National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) rules would affect TU Gaming events, Student Involvement granted the competitive esports group registered student organization...

Tuition, grants, donations fund departments

Tuition, grants, donations fund departments

Bobby Watson February 7, 2018

Trinity spent a total of $62,510,000 in academic areas for the 2016-2017 school year. Of that total, instructional services and research received $48,776,000, and academic support services received $13,734,000,...

Culinary expert Brent Gorman improves Mabee dining

Culinary expert Brent Gorman improves Mabee dining

Gabriella Garriga February 5, 2018

Brent Gorman, executive chef for Trinity dining, used the skills he got from his family to become one of the top chefs in the nation. Gorman grew up in Greece, where his parents owned a restaurant,...

369 balloons decorated the lawn in front of Miller Fountain on Jan. 24 in celebration of Tuition Stop Day. The day recognizes that only two-thirds of students education at Trinity is covered by tuition and encourages students to give back once they graduate. Photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer.

Campus celebrates third annual Tuition Stop Day

Cathy Terrace January 31, 2018

Last week, 369 balloons decked the lawn in front of Miller Fountain for the third annual Tuition Stop Day. The event was hosted to promote student philanthropy and make students more aware of how donations...

The number of
applications to Trinity is estimated to reach at least 8,600 this year. That would result in a 35 percent acceptance rate, the lowest in recent memory. Photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer

Trinity reaches milestone in becoming a National Historic District

Cathy Terrace January 31, 2018

As Trinity moves forward with the development of the Campus Master Plan, the administration has been seeking designation as a National Historic District. The university’s application was approved by...

Trinity implements new sorting policy for recyclables

Trinity implements new sorting policy for recyclables

Kendra Derrig January 31, 2018

Campus Planning and Sustainability is in the process of transitioning residence hall recycling bins to a ‘dual stream’ recycling program. Instead of separating paper, cardboard, aluminum and plastic,...

The cast of Mr. Burns rehearse before the play releases. photo by Amani Canada, photo editor

A post-apocalyptic “Simpsons” comes to Stieren Theatre

Bobby Watson January 24, 2018

In the theatre department's latest production, a mysterious electric fallout has ended modern life as we know it, yet "The Simpsons" — America's longest-running animated show and the new bedrock of...

Robert Foye Sr. gives talk to Trinity community. photo by Amani Canada, staff photographer.

Foye’s life celebrated in memorial service

Kara Killinger January 24, 2018

In the late afternoon of last Thursday, Jan. 18, the Skyline Room filled with friends, family and others who were impacted by the life of Robert Foye. Foye was a 19-year-old sophomore studying business...

Alli Roman, new director of Diversity and Inclusion, poses for a picture. photo by Stephen Sumrall-Orsak, staff photographer.

Allison Roman joins Trinity as director for diversity and inclusion

Gabriella Garriga January 22, 2018

Imon Ferguson, a 2017 graduate who majored in physics and mathematics, sipped his coffee in Einstein Bros. Bagels one fall morning of his senior year. This was no ordinary breakfast for Ferguson. He was...

Best For Trinity 2018

Best For Trinity 2018

Editorial Staff January 17, 2018

Winner: Bird Bakery Finalists: Bakery Lorraine, Nothing Bundt Cakes OK, I get it — the cupcakes are delicious. The tables are twee. And the latte is filled with enough sugar to make it more dessert...

Friends described Robert Foye as friendly, bubbly and competitive. Services for Foye will be held Jan. 18, 19 and 20. Photo provided by Heather Montoya.

Campus grieves after death of Robert Foye

Kathleen Creedon January 17, 2018

Last weekend, sophomore Robert Foye was found dead in his off-campus apartment. The cause of death hasn’t been determined, and an autopsy is scheduled to take place in the future. The 19-year-old was...

Darryl Waldron, right, worked as a professor of business administration at Trinity for 37 years. He is pictured above with his wife, Ayon Wen-Waldron, left. Photo provided  by J. Charlene Davis

Trinity grieves loss of business admin professor

Kaylie King January 17, 2018

Darryl Waldron, professor of business administration, passed away on Dec. 19, 2017, following an illness. In his 37 years on Trinity faculty, Waldron served the community in many ways; he acted as a professor,...

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