Poles block access, ASR resolves to have them removed

Faith Ozer November 2, 2012

After multiple student objections, the Association of Student Representatives is presenting a resolution recommending the removal of the bollards behind the Bell Athletic Center. Sean Solis, vice president...

Groups push for blocks of activity-only time

Caleb Franzmann November 2, 2012

Members of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, the Association of Student Representatives and Trinity Debate are working on a proposal to create a block of time in the afternoon from 4-6 p.m. Tuesday...

TUPD presence encouraged at Greek events

Tommie Ethington November 2, 2012

Last Wednesday, Oct. 24, Fraternity and Sorority Council Co-Chairs Moira Allen and CJ Robison sent an email to the presidents of Trinity's Greek organizations, announcing a change impacting all second-round...

Future of Pre-K for SA to be determined November 6

Carlos Anchondo November 2, 2012

This coming Tuesday, Nov. 6, Trinity students registered in San Antonio will vote on issues beyond electing the president. These voters also have the power to impact early childhood education throughout...

Photo by Carly Cowen

Renovated Skyline Room open for business

Editorial Staff October 26, 2012

After months of construction and minor delays, the Skyline Dining Room reopened last Saturday, Oct. 20, with special programming, put on by the Student Programming Board, featuring comedian Matt Baker. The...

Cuellar blasts partisan politics

Cuellar blasts partisan politics

Carlos Anchondo October 26, 2012

Henry Cuellar, a United States congressman who represents the 28th district of Texas, spoke to a crowd of approximately 30 people on Monday, Oct. 22, in Northrup 040. Ana Price, acting as the president...

Alumni support terminology changes

Carlos Anchondo October 26, 2012

John Grace, one of five alumni sponsors for the Bengal Lancers fraternity, was intrigued to learn that Trinity is now reverting back to the terms "fraternity" and "sorority" to describe those organizations...

Education advisers spar over funding

Jeremy Keys October 26, 2012

Education advisers to the 2012 presidential candidates, President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney, met on Monday, Oct. 15 at Columbia University's Teachers College for a 90-minute debate...

Fraternity and sorority life adjusts to new recruitment schedule

Faith Ozer October 26, 2012

Despite rumors to the contrary, Briana McGlamory, coordinator of fraternity and sorority life, confirmed that there have not been any incidents of dirty or underground rushing reported to Campus and Community...

Supreme Court gears up for Affirmative Action ruling

Faith Ozer October 26, 2012

After her rejection from the University of Texas at Austin, Abigail Fisher brought a suit against the university claiming that the decision was based on the color of her skin. Now in front of the Supreme...

Rush numbers low but expected to increase

Caleb Franzmann October 26, 2012

As of Monday, Oct. 22, 2012 the master rush list for the 2012-2013 academic year consisted of 125 men and 166 women. The official rush list for 2011-2012 shows that 167 men and 254 women participated...

William E. Colglazier spoke to the Trinity community Mon., Oct. 15, concerning how science education will affect the future. Photo by James Shultz.

Adviser stresses importance of science education

Ian Halter October 19, 2012

William E. Colglazier, science and technology adviser to the secretary of state, visited Trinity this past Monday as part of the Distinguished Scientists Lecture Series. Colglazier's lecture covered...

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