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Ben Newhouse gets a laugh from a hypothetical letter written to his new underlings at Birmingham-Southern University by some of his fellow CCI staff members: (L to R) Katharine Martin, Carolyn Bonilla, and Edwin Blanton on Sept. 12. Photo by Carly Cowen.

Faculty, staff and students pay tribute to Newhouse

Carlos Anchondo September 14, 2012

More than 100 well wishers gathered at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 12 in the Fiesta Room to say goodbye to Ben Newhouse, assistant director of campus and community involvement at Trinity. Newhouse,...

Executive members Carolina Lozano, Anna Van Buskirk and Avantika Krishna tell interested individuals how they can contribute to the community through participation in the E3 Initiative, a group currently seeking active organizational status on campus. Photo by Sarah Cooper.

Students found group with focus on activism

Faith Ozer September 14, 2012

The E3 Initiative, soon to be one of Trinity University's newest organizations, is meant to be a resource for students who want to do more in their community and don't know where to start. "E3 stands...

The outdoor pool, located on the south side of campus by the tennis court and the baseball and football fields, is 50 meters long and is open to Trinity students, staff and faculty. It is also open to members of the surrounding community through the Outdoor Club Membership. The pool is open all month except for two Saturdays when Trinity hosts home football games.

Outdoor pool provides relief from the summer heat

Carlos Anchondo September 14, 2012

With temperatures in San Antonio consistently in the 90s, many students, faculty and local community members find themselves searching for a way to escape the imposing heat. Individuals need to look...

Returning students found the parking lot in front of Mabee Dining Hall was missing some of its live oaks. The trees once provided a welcome slice of shade from the sizzling Texas sun but where removed due to poor growth. Photo by Aidan Kirksey.

Trees planted on bed of asphalt and limestone removed

Faith Ozer September 14, 2012

As students came back to campus, many people began to wonder where the trees in the parking lot in front of Mabee dining hall went. Although the answer may seem simple, the answer can be found at its...

Health symposium allows students to explore careers

Faith Ozer September 14, 2012

Trinity's Study Abroad programs and International Studies department have joined to host "Symposium: Perspectives on Global Health"on Sept. 14 and 15 in the Chapman Center and will include over fine...

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...

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