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Trinity Community Perseveres in the Face of Winter Storm

Students, Faculty and Staff Adapt to Storm That Left Many without Power, Water
Sarah Fisher, Reporter March 3, 2021

On Feb. 12, Residential Life sent out an email to residents warning them about the upcoming Winter Storm Shirley and informing them that upper campus would close for several days. On Feb. 14, Trinity students...

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News brief: COVID spike

Dana Nichols, News Editor February 28, 2021

News brief 2/26 The university is seeing a spike in COVID-19 cases following a week of unexpected exposures due to inclement weather. At current, 33 students have tested positive and are in isolation,...

Lunar New Year Committee passes on SGA funding proposal for annual event

Lunar New Year Committee passes on SGA funding proposal for annual event

Last year the committee requested $4,598.90 from the Student Government Association for their Lunar New Year event, this year, they requested $0
Kayla Padilla, Editor-in-Chief February 21, 2021

The organizers of the annual Lunar New Year celebration are no strangers to encountering obstacles. Just last spring, they encountered difficulties with reserving a venue for their popular event after...

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News brief: Flooding on campus

Gracen Hoyle, Newsletter Editor February 17, 2021

City Vista saw eight occupied units flooded due to a ruptured sprinkler line on Monday. The pipe burst due to the extreme weather conditions affecting the entire San Antonio area this week. The main water...

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News brief: Classes cancelled

Dana Nichols, News Editor February 17, 2021

Virtual and in-person classes have been cancelled through Thursday, Feb. 18 due to winter storm conditions. Tess Coody-Anders, vice president for Strategic Communications and Marketing, made the announcement...

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News brief: Community encouraged to avoid driving amidst winter storm

Dana Nichols, News Editor February 14, 2021

Students, faculty and staff were informed via email and social media on the evening of Feb. 12 that all buildings on upper campus will remain closed until 8 a.m., Feb. 17 due to inclement weather conditions....

Maria Zaharatos, Taylor Condron, and Wren Ramos studying in Coates student center

Trinity approved as distribution site for COVID-19 vaccines

Approval marks next big phase in the school’s COVID response
Sarah Fisher, Reporter February 10, 2021

With COVID-19 vaccinations becoming more available to the public, Trinity has been making plans on how to distribute the vaccine to members of the Trinity community. Trinity was recently approved to serve...

Harrison Hartman, Anna Miller, and Lauren Dotson studying in the CSI

Trinity is cautiously “opening up” as quarantine anniversary approaches

Two weeks after students, faculty and staff arrived on campus for the spring semester, Trinity is opening its grounds in a way that looks very similar to the fall.
Gloria Farris, News Reporter February 7, 2021

On Jan. 14, Danny Anderson, university president, announced in a mass email that for the first two weeks of Trinity’s spring semester, classes and activities would be conducted virtually. Anderson explained...

Title IX Trainings remain a timely requirement despite pandemic

Title IX Trainings remain a timely requirement despite pandemic

Title IX Coordinator Angela Miranda-Clark reiterates the importance of completing the required training
Logan Crews, Web Editor January 28, 2021

Online Title IX training was assigned to all students in October, but enough students had not completed the training that the deadline was extended to Dec. 18. In an email sent the day before the new deadline,...

Actress Ashley Blaine Featherson from

Actress Ashley Blaine Featherson from “Dear White People” served as Trinity’s 2021 MLK commemorative lecturer

The actress, singer and producer talked about Dr. King's "I Have A Dream" speech and the importance of intersectionality in diversity work
Kayla Padilla, Editor-in-Chief January 28, 2021

Despite the obstacles of the COVID-19 pandemic, Trinity University, partnered with the City of San Antonio MLK Jr. Commission, is continuing their annual tradition of hosting an MLK commemorative lecturer....

Unidentified men walk away from the lower level of Calvert Hall on the night of November 11th.

Unidentified individuals knock on student doors

The unidentified men were spotted lingering around Calvert Hall knocking on women's doors
Dana Nichols, News Editor December 31, 2020

Just after midnight on Nov. 11, the Residential Life Office received a report that two unidentified men were knocking on the doors of residents' rooms in the area of Calvert Residence Hall, looking for...

First-years John Hawes and Sean Mitchell eating dinner at Mabee Dining hall, an Aramark dining service.

Tigers Against Aramark continue push for contract repeal

Student-led group continues to push for alternative dining
Gloria Farris, News Intern December 31, 2020

Earlier this October, the student group Tigers Against Aramark (TAA) publicized the demand that Trinity break its contract with the food provider Aramark. After releasing a shared statement and sharing...

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