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Construction makes Hildebrand a one-way street

Caleb Franzmann January 25, 2013

Hildebrand Avenue is now a one-way eastbound street from U.S. 281 to N. New Braunfels Avenue to accommodate a $15.5 million flood control and roadway improvement project initiated by the city of San Antonio. The...

Provisions on Demand, located next to Mabee Dining Hall, started selling pregnancy tests two weeks ago in an effort to give students options. Photo by Sarah Cooper

P.O.D. diversifies merchandise, starts selling pregnancy tests

Caleb Franzmann November 30, 2012

Two weeks ago Provisions on Demand (P.O.D.) began selling pregnancy tests for $6.59. According to Miguel Ardid, director of dining services, offering pregnancy tests in the P.O.D. is part of the new...

Winter break extends seven days longer than last year

Carlos Anchondo November 30, 2012

This winter break, Trinity students have seven more days than the previous year. For 2012-13, the last day of fall finals is Thursday, Dec. 13, and the first day of spring classes is Wednesday, Jan. 16....

ASR ends semester with big changes, challenges

Faith Ozer November 30, 2012

After starting the year with new leadership and an expanded budget, the Association of Student Representatives is working on reforming elections, overhauling the student constitution, confronting areas...

Representatives travel to Trinity to talk politics

Jeremy Keys November 30, 2012

Trinity University announced in a press release  Wednesday, Nov. 28 that it will host a discussion between Democratic state legislator Mike Villarreal and Republican legislator Donna Campbell from 11:30...

Pothole on Stadium Drive not university’s responsibility

Jeremy Keys November 30, 2012

A small pothole appeared recently on Stadium Drive between the university and Alamo Stadium. The pothole, which measures approximately one foot across at its widest point, lies roughly in the middle...

Political analyst addresses community concerning recent presidential election

Carlos Anchondo November 30, 2012

A sold-out crowd greeted David Gergen Thursday morning, Nov. 29, in the Tamayo Ballroom of the DoubleTree Hotel in San Antonio. Gergen is a professor for public service, a CNN senior political analyst...

Number of replaced Tiger Cards remains the same

Jeremy Keys November 30, 2012

Trinity University's Tiger Card Office expects to issue around 450 replacement student ID cards during the 2012-13 academic year, a number that remains relatively unchanged from recent years. Jerry...

United Way campaign update

Joe O'Connell November 30, 2012

The 2012 United Way Campaign brought in $58, 837.75 with 53 percent of faculty and staff participating, tying the previous participation record set in 2009. Edwin Blanton, coordinator for community...

Tags such as this one adorned campus this week in order to emphasize the need for donations. Photo by Sarah Cooper.

Tag Week spreads donor awareness

Carlos Anchondo November 16, 2012

Trinity University Tag Week began Monday, Nov. 12 and ends today. On Tuesday, Nov. 13 and Wednesday, Nov, 14 Trinity Student Ambassadors operated tables from 3-5 p.m. on the Esplanade. According...

Marima Simmons, 44, is responsible for a string of thefts on Trinity’s campus. Photo courtesy of TUPD.

TUPD catches Bell Center bandit

Faith Ozer November 16, 2012

After a 10 day string of thefts at the William H. Bell Athletic Center, the Trinity University Police Department apprehended  Marima Simmons, 44, after he stole another student's wallet and phone. According...

Curriculum review met with mixed feelings from faculty

Carlos Anchondo November 16, 2012

As part of the general curriculum review being conducted for the university strategic plan, the Coordinating Committee for Curricular Review (CCCR) is considering increasing the number of credit hours...

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