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Joy Areola wins in SGA president runoff election

Joy Areola wins in SGA president runoff election

SGA conducts first-ever presidential runoff after debate over meaning of ‘majority’
Monica Martinez, News Reporter April 18, 2024

In the week preceding election announcements, students voted and advocated for SGA senate, vice president and president candidates. Shortly after, an email from current SGA President Danny Nguyen announced...

Previously, on SGA: The final four hours

Previously, on SGA: The final four hours

Ava Peinhardt, Managing Editor April 18, 2024

The following covers the meeting on April 17 USO Funding Rec Sports – Requesting $218,100 Recreation Sports presented their funding request for $218,000, hoping to increase the resources available...

Charting new courses for dining

Charting new courses for dining

Chartwells first year at Trinity presented a learning process for all
Joshua Mitra, News Reporter April 18, 2024

Chartwells’ arrival as Trinity’s dining provider headlined with the promise of providing more sustainability. One year after making this promise, opinions from the student body have been mixed regarding...

Book Festival brings authors and readers together

Book Festival brings authors and readers together

Those attending the festival share the benefits of celebrating books
Sierra Goode, News Reporter April 11, 2024

Tomorrow San Antonio will host over 90 authors in its 12th public annual Book Festival at the Central Library. The San Antonio Book Festival (SABF) is a free public event where visitors can talk to authors,...

T-shirts made in remembrance of those that died to gun violence

Trinity organizations advocate for social issues

TU Progressives and MOVE Texas educate about gun violence in speaker series
Monica Martinez, News Reporter April 11, 2024

This week, students walking past the Murchison Tower may have noticed a different sight among the trees. What is usually an empty space was filled by students and TU Progressives with a myriad of colored-cotton...

Get in losers, we’re riding with a Fetii!

Get in losers, we’re riding with a Fetii!

Ride-sharing app based in Austin takes over San Antonio, catering to college students
Malika Chauhan, Pulse Reporter April 11, 2024

Launched in 2021, Fetii is an Austin-based company that promotes ride-sharing groups to travel in decorated party buses and has begun to target a college audience. After one member of a group books a ride...

Space Week draws crowds amid the clouds

Space Week draws crowds amid the clouds

Second Space Week sparks learning and lights up community
Harper Horn-Clegg, News Reporter April 11, 2024

To commemorate the total solar eclipse on April 8, Trinity celebrated its second Space Week, beginning April 2 and running until the day of the eclipse. It included several interdisciplinary events: a...

Previously, on SGA: USO funding continues

Previously, on SGA: USO funding continues

Sarah Fisher, Editor-in-Chief April 11, 2024

The following covers the meeting on April 10. Climate Check Secretary Alexis Aguallo asked why majors are not included on diplomas, and President Danny Nguyen told her to ask the registrar. Junior...

Previously, on SGA: USO funding starts with a bang (a meeting that lasted over 3 hours)

Previously, on SGA: USO funding starts with a bang (a meeting that lasted over 3 hours)

Sarah Fisher, Editor-in-Chief April 8, 2024

The following covers the SGA meeting on April 3rd Faculty Handbook Approval Orrin Shindell, associate professor of physics and astronomy, presented to SGA to gain its approval of a proposed update...

Robot Takeover: AI runs writing center

Robot Takeover: AI runs writing center

Due to budget constraints, writing tutors are now AI
Bonica Bartinez, Snooze Reporter April 4, 2024

This piece is entirely satirical as a part our April Fool’s edition, the Trinibonian. When essays are due, professors often urge students to consult the Writing Center. Starting next semester, this...

Course registration changes to series of student battles

Course registration changes to series of student battles

Students hope the new system will signal a change in academic advising
Bierra Boode, Snooze Reporter April 4, 2024

This piece is entirely satirical as a part our April Fool’s edition, the Trinibonian. Following complaints about the chaos and randomly selected times for course registration, Trinity has changed...

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Operation Blackout: Trinity’s response to drinking on campus

Optimal Buzz reincarnated, seeking to promote healthy habits for students
Boshua Bitra, Snooze Reporter April 4, 2024

This piece is entirely satirical as a part our April Fool’s edition, the Trinibonian. Operation Blackout debuted last Friday to rave reviews, providing promising feedback for the initiative backed...

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