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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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Aramark spices up dining hall options

Faith Ozer August 24, 2012

This year Aramark, along with Executive Chef Scott Stauffer, is bringing new changes to the menu and organization of Mabee in order to attract and retain more students utilizing the meal plan and minimize...

Administration welcomes two new trustees, vice presidents

Carlos Anchondo August 24, 2012

The Trinity Board of Trustees and the Trinity University faculty both embrace two new members this fall. Gary Logan and Lisa Baronio bolster the ranks of the Trinity administration as vice presidents,...

Students say goodbye to Dr. Moffett

Carlos Anchondo August 24, 2012

Director of Campus and Community Involvement (CCI) Raphael Moffett leaves Trinity on Thursday, Aug. 23, 2012, after over three years of service. Moffett will become the vice president for student affairs...

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...

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