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Construction outside of Murchison

Facilities Services work to keep Trinity’s campus up-to-date

14.4 million dollar improvements for campus residences planned for summer
Joshua Mitra, News Reporter January 26, 2023

Facilities Services work on a number of projects to keep campus running smoothly. From the current projects regarding greenery and irrigation systems at City Vista to future plans of refurbishing Camille...

The Office of the Registrar can be found on the first floor of Northrup Hall.

Students face predicaments with class registration as spring semester begins

Students reimagine their schedules facing typical issues and last-minute professor leaves
Monica Martinez, News Reporter January 26, 2023

On Nov. 7, 2022, students began to register for their spring semester classes. It was commonplace to see students carefully crafting their schedules, utilizing the “search for sections” feature in...

Previously, on SGA: What-a-burger? What-an-election

Previously, on SGA: What-a-burger? What-an-election

The following covers the meeting on Jan. 25
Alejandra Gerlach, Managing Editor January 26, 2023

Climate Check: Sophomore Senator Ani Siva opened climate check with an update on the collaboration between Student Accessibility Services (SAS) and SGA that was proposed last semester, stating that...

Previously, on SGA: The truth about the reported gunshots outside of City Vista

Previously, on SGA: The truth about the reported gunshots outside of City Vista

The following covers the meeting on Jan. 18
Alejandra Gerlach, Managing Editor January 20, 2023

Climate Check: President Danny Nguyen opened climate check by offering clarification on reports of City Vista residents hearing gunshots followed by screaming. According to President Nguyen, the gunshots...

Mindy Tran Champion becomes Coordinator for Student Organizations and Leadership

Mindy Tran Champion becomes Coordinator for Student Organizations and Leadership

Student Involvement Office position taken on by Trinity alum
Joshua Mitra, News Reporter January 20, 2023

The Trinity University Student Involvement Office is dedicated to the support of students’ passions, which are reflected in Trinity’s more than 100 different student organizations. As a result, when...

More than a march: Trinity celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Trinity community participates in 36th annual Martin Luther King march
Monica Martinez, News Reporter January 19, 2023

Monday, the Trinity community boarded buses to attend the 36th annual Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) march hosted by the City of San Antonio and the San Antonio Martin Luther King, Jr. commission. This...

Previously, on SGA: Secret Santa selection

Previously, on SGA: Secret Santa selection

The following covers the meeting on Nov. 30
Alejandra Gerlach, Managing Editor November 30, 2022

The Trinitonian was unable to cover climate check due to late arrival. Students interested in issues raised during climate check can reach out to their respective senators. Secret Santa President...

San Antonio Spurs face civil suit, investigation and backlash

San Antonio Spurs face civil suit, investigation and backlash

The release of Josh Primo incites controversy among the NBA team.
Joshua Mitra, News Reporter November 18, 2022

San Antonio’s most popular professional sports team has been facing waves of controversy following the waiving of one of their young stars. The Spurs are currently being sued by a former employee who...

Student vendors sell their art to other students at Wednesdays Art Market, hosted by Trinity Art Collective and the Student Programming Board.

Trinity Art Collective hosts their second-ever art market

The event, co-hosted by SPB, allowed student artists and performers to share their works
Monica Martinez, News Reporter November 18, 2022

On Wednesday, Nov. 16, the Center for the Sciences and Innovation (CSI) breezeway was filled with canopies and tables where Trinity students sold and showcased their art. The fall art market, hosted by...

From local to national midterm elections: What happened?

From local to national midterm elections: What happened?

Trinity students give their perspective about the outcomes of the Nov. 8 elections
Abby Power, News reporter November 18, 2022

Outside the Coates Student Center on Tues. Nov. 8 — midterm Election Day in the United States — a red, white and blue tent stood beside a table with a plethora of snacks and voting information. The...

Several incidents of water discoloration were recorded on campus.

The water is brown

Residents of Herndon, Witt-Winn, and Miller share recent experiences with water issues on campus
JJ Ramos, Intern November 18, 2022

On October 21, Trinity students living on lower campus received several emails from Residential Life (ResLife) regarding hot water outages and water discoloration. The first ResLife memo told residents...

The Accommodated Testing Center in Coates Library is one of the central focuses of Student Accessibility Services.

How accessible is campus for disabled students?

Physical and administrative obstacles stand in the way of equitable education
Alejandra Gerlach, Managing Editor November 18, 2022

Ani Siva, sophomore Student Government Association (SGA) senator, met with Laura Ramsey, the newly appointed director for student accessibility services (SAS) on Nov. 11, to discuss a potential collaboration...

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