Murchison Tower undergoes maintenance

Faith Ozer September 14, 2012

For decades, the Murchison Bell Tower has helped Trinity students keep track of time. Much to the dismay of community members, the Murchison Bell Tower has not chimed since the beginning of this semester. The...

Administration works with banned Greek clubs

Administration works with banned Greek clubs

Faith Ozer September 7, 2012

After denying the appeals made last year by Gamma Chi Delta, the SPURS sorority, Chi Delta Tau and the Bengal Lancers, the university administration drafted a proposal outlining a reinstatement process...

Trinity joins Southwestern University for leadership retreat

Carlos Anchondo September 7, 2012

More than 30 Trinity students will travel to the T Bar M Resort in New Braunfels, TX this upcoming weekend, Sept. 7 and 8.  The students will join other leaders from Southwestern University for a two-day...

Strategic planning committee releases blueprint for Trinity’s future

Faith Ozer September 7, 2012

On Sept. 3, the Trinity Tomorrow co-chairs released a draft of the Trinity Tomorrow strategic plan to the university community. The plan looks at enhancing the Trinity experience by changing the Trinity...

Keck grant provides new technology for science class

Faith Ozer September 7, 2012

The W.M. Keck Foundation and Trinity University have gathered $280,000 and are purchasing three new microscopes that will be available to students and faculty involved in scientific research and a broad...

The DVD Now machine used to stand in the Coates University Center across from the Student Mail Center. Photo by Anh-Viet Dinh.

Movie box sales stalled, machine removed

Rachel Puckett August 31, 2012

The DVD Now movie rental service that arrived on campus last August  was removed due to poor sales. The box arrived on campus with the intention of providing students with cost-friendly,  legal,...

Jamie Thompson replaces Moffett

Tommie Ethington August 31, 2012

On Monday, Trinity University alumna Jamie Thompson will transition from assistant director of Campus and Community Involvement to become the new director of CCI. She replaces Dr. Raphael Moffett, who...

Conduct board report reflects turbulent spring

Faith Ozer August 31, 2012

The Student Conduct Summary Report, released this summer, showed an increase in drug cases, as well as sexual misconduct, sexual harassment and hazing cases between the previous fall and spring semesters...

Trinity debuts personalized license plate

Carlos Anchondo August 31, 2012

The Trinity community will soon have a new means to display its Tiger pride: custom license plates. With a tentative release date of Oct. 15, the Trinity license plate will be available to anyone with...

Trinity joins SAP alliance

Faith Ozer August 31, 2012

Trinity University joined the SAP University Alliance this past summer and is now beginning to implement changes in order to incorporate its resources into the curriculum. The alliance works through...

Policy Makers Breakfast brings big names to Trinity

Carlos Anchondo August 31, 2012

Tuesday, Oct. 2, begins the 33rd annual season of the Trinity University Policy Maker Breakfasts. Featured speakers for the 2012-2013 calendar year include Bill Bradley, David Gergen, Doris Kearns Goodwin...

Residents of North and South residence halls could not enter the halls via the southern entrance after a pane of glass was shattered early Thursday morning. The cause of the damage remains under investigation. Photo by Aiden Kirksey.

Early morning incident shatters window

Rachel Puckett August 31, 2012

A pane of glass in the southern entrance to the foyer between North and South residence halls was shattered in the morning hours of Aug. 30. As students walked to class, the hole was noticed and reported...

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