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Concert for the Cure raises questions

Faith Ozer February 8, 2013

Following a heated debate, the Association of Student Representatives approved a funding request for transportation to and from Concert for the Cure, leading to questions regarding the privileges afforded...

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Honor Code changes await administration approval

Jeremy Keys February 8, 2013

Members of the Trinity University Honor Council recently drafted, submitted and received approval for for a number of changes to the university Honor Code, including changes to the number of sitting...

Immigration reform causes campus conversation

Jeremy Keys February 8, 2013

A renewed bipartisan movement to reform U.S. immigration law appeared recently in the Senate and White House, as President Obama has moved to make immigration reform a top priority for his second term....

Organizations shift to calendar year election cycle

Caleb Franzmann February 8, 2013

The Association of Student Representatives, Greek Council, Trinity Diversity Connection and Trinity University Volunteer Action Community moved their officer election timelines closer to the calendar year...

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Gun control discussion moves into state-wide and campus environment

Jeremy Keys February 1, 2013

The issue of gun control has recently reappeared in  national conversation after a series of shootings, bringing state-wide and campus-focused attention to the issue of gun control. This renewed push...

Suspended Greeks submit reinstatement plans to CCI

Caleb Franzmann February 1, 2013

The currently sanctioned Greek organizations, the Bengal Lancers, Gamma Chi Delta, SPURS, and Chi Delta Tau turned in their proposals for reinstatement during January. The proposals will be reviewed by...

Plans for student activity period continue for spring

Caleb Franzmann February 1, 2013

Earlier this week, a special committee met to begin working out the kinks of the student activity block. "We have only had one meeting and we just went over basics like the purpose of the committee, goals,...

Strategic plan headed to board of trustees for review

Faith Ozer February 1, 2013

Following two years of drafting and university-wide collaboration, the board of trustees will review and vote on the strategic plan at their closed-door meeting on Feb. 22. According to Lisa Jasinski,...

Renting out Trinity: the pro’s and con’s of renting out Laurie Auditorium

Caleb Franzmann February 1, 2013

After the economic downturn, commercial events at Laurie Auditorium nearly came to a halt, but now more productions are coming to campus. "We saw a significant downturn in commercial bookings during the...

Bell Center bollards remain erect despite ASR resolution

Jeremy Keys January 25, 2013

The bollards intended to block vehicle access behind the Bell Center are still standing in spite of a November Assocation of Student Represenatatives  resolution that stipulated their removal, and they...

CSI construction enters phase three and brings new cafe to campus

Jeremy Keys January 25, 2013

The construction of the Center for Sciences and Innovation is currently on schedule for completion by the spring of 2014, according to John Greene, director of campus planning and sustainability. The CSI...

ASR’s Town Hall pushes curriculum changes forward

Rachel Puckett January 25, 2013

On Monday, Dec. 1, the Association of Student Representatives hosted a town hall meeting for students to discuss the most recent proposal in the ongoing curricular review with a panel of faculty and staff...

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