ASR expands collegiate readership program

Faith Ozer August 24, 2012

Beginning in fall 2012, The New York Times and USA Today will be more widely available on campus. The newspapers will be in more locations, and students can now access their news from the Internet through...

Walking areas are fenced off as construction continues into fall. Photo by Sarah Cooper

Construction continues

Faith Ozer August 16, 2012

The summer months brought more change and more challenges to the Center for Sciences and Innovation, the Skyline Room, residence halls and other areas of the Trinity University campus that are still...

Incoming international students and friends spend their Tuesday eventing getting to know each other at an outdoor pool party hosted by the International Student Organization. Photo by Anh-Viet Dinh

Diversity rules class of 2016

Rachel Puckett August 16, 2012

This fall, 641 new students will call Trinity University home according to an admissions highlights fact sheet distributed by the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid. Of those 641 students, 615...

The Mail Center provides mail service to the campus community. Photo by Sarah Cooper

Mail center reorganizes

Faith Ozer August 16, 2012

Due to recent changes in staff, Mail Center Manager Edward De La Garza is now in charge of the receiving department as well as the mail center. "Edward used to be"”he still is"”in charge of...

Northrup houses flag display

Carlos Anchondo August 16, 2012

The wind tunnel under Northrup Hall received a new addition this summer. A display case now stands there due to the work of the Trinity Staff Engagement Committee (TSEC), which gives staff a greater voice...

Tuition rises as university grows, students’ financial need increases

Carlos Anchondo August 16, 2012

In addition to a new set of classes, Sean Kingston and the food in Mabee Dining Hall, Trinity undergraduates face an increasing financial burden. This fiscal strain is a result of the 4.5 percent increase...

German teachers took part in this years Fulbright seminar, Diversity in U.S. Education, hosted by Trinity. Photo by Purushottam Shah.

Fulbright teachers get a taste of diversity

Rachel Puckett April 27, 2012

From April 7 to April 21, 16 German teachers visited San Antonio as part of a Fulbright 2012 program hosted by Trinity University. The theme of Trinity's Fulbright program was "Diversity in U.S....

Wright explains Islamic turmoil

Kenneth Caruthers April 27, 2012

Robin B. Wright, an American foreign affairs analyst and author of the book "Rock the Casbah: Rage and Rebellion Across the Islamic World," presented the Maverick Lecture at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, April...

Urban studies students create places to sit

Urban studies students create places to sit

Kellie Benn April 20, 2012

Members of the Urban Studs, the urban studies club, recently collaborated  with a committee headed by seniors Jane Wilberding and Roha Teferra on surveying, researching and purchasing 10 Adirondack...

Poets rap about prose

Rachel Puckett April 20, 2012

American poetry giant Gerald Stern visited the stable at the Pearl Brewery on April 17 to spend an evening conversing about the influences and motivations behind his latest book of prose. The book,...

No Red Bull allowed at last flash rave of year

Rachel Puckett April 20, 2012

This semester's flash rave, a biannual event that takes place in Coates Library the night before finals begin, will lack one of its most popular elements: Red Bull. Laura Kalb, secretary of the Student...

University announces graduation speaker

Kenneth Caruthers April 20, 2012

Joe Armstrong has been selected as the keynote speaker at Trinity University's undergraduate spring commencement on Saturday, May 12. Armstrong graduated from Trinity in 1965 with a bachelor's degree...

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