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Previously, on SGA: USO funding starts with a bang (a meeting that lasted over 3 hours)

Previously, on SGA: USO funding starts with a bang (a meeting that lasted over 3 hours)

Sarah Fisher, Editor-in-Chief April 8, 2024

The following covers the SGA meeting on April 3rd Faculty Handbook Approval Orrin Shindell, associate professor of physics and astronomy, presented to SGA to gain its approval of a proposed update...

Robot Takeover: AI runs writing center

Robot Takeover: AI runs writing center

Due to budget constraints, writing tutors are now AI
Bonica Bartinez, Snooze Reporter April 4, 2024

This piece is entirely satirical as a part our April Fool’s edition, the Trinibonian. When essays are due, professors often urge students to consult the Writing Center. Starting next semester, this...

Course registration changes to series of student battles

Course registration changes to series of student battles

Students hope the new system will signal a change in academic advising
Bierra Boode, Snooze Reporter April 4, 2024

This piece is entirely satirical as a part our April Fool’s edition, the Trinibonian. Following complaints about the chaos and randomly selected times for course registration, Trinity has changed...

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Operation Blackout: Trinity’s response to drinking on campus

Optimal Buzz reincarnated, seeking to promote healthy habits for students
Boshua Bitra, Snooze Reporter April 4, 2024

This piece is entirely satirical as a part our April Fool’s edition, the Trinibonian. Operation Blackout debuted last Friday to rave reviews, providing promising feedback for the initiative backed...

Renting sex toys: Safety hazard or sexual necessity?

Renting sex toys: Safety hazard or sexual necessity?

Wellness Services now rents out sex toys as part of their condom project
Barper Born-Blegg, Snooze Reporter April 4, 2024

This piece is entirely satirical as a part our April Fool’s edition, the Trinibonian. After the success of the Condom Project by Health and Wellness Services in partnership with the San Antonio AIDS...

New master plan aims to make Trinity really stand out

New master plan aims to make Trinity really stand out

University pinky promises construction won’t take that long
Tara Hunter-Gatherer, Predator-in-Beef April 4, 2024

This piece is entirely satirical as a part our April Fool’s edition, the Trinibonian. With the increasingly large number of undergrad applicants and Trinity’s recent classification as a national...

Student marries LeeRoy statue in private ceremony

Student marries LeeRoy statue in private ceremony

Anonymous student makes the ultimate lifetime commitment to Trinity mascot
Ham Gristle, Snooze Editor April 4, 2024

This piece is entirely satirical as a part our April Fool’s edition, the Trinibonian. On April 1, one student anonymously revealed that they married the LeeRoy statue in a small, private ceremony...

Hoodie Allen singing to crowd at concert

Bryce Vine and Hoodie Allen ring in the return of SPB’s Spring Concerts

“No Interruptions” for the Trinity students who came for the food and music
Joshua Mitra, News Reporter March 30, 2024

The return of the Student Programming Board (SPB) Spring Concert series was headlined by headliner Bryce Vine and opener Hoodie Allen on Prassel Lawn. On March 22, 330 students attended the event, fulfilling...

Previously, on SGA: The fastest funding you ever did see

Previously, on SGA: The fastest funding you ever did see

Ava Peinhardt, Managing Editor March 29, 2024

This covers the SGA meeting held on March 27 Climate Check: Assistant Treasurer Avery Lim mentioned that, following SGA’s recent funding of the semester’s remaining Nacho Hours, she noticed that...

Remembering historical legacies

Remembering historical legacies

César Chávez and Dolores Huerta events aim to memorialize history
Monica Martinez, News Reporter March 29, 2024

On March 21, Trinity held “¡Pa’lante Siempre!”, a forum conversation moderated by Norma Elia Cantú professor of modern languages and literatures, about the legacy of César Chávez and Dolores...

The more RLS changes, the more it stays the same

The more RLS changes, the more it stays the same

Housing selection changes aim to bring about a more “cohesive” process
Samara Gerstle, News Editor March 21, 2024

This year’s housing selection process, which kicked off on March 18, will include many changes implemented by Residential Life Services (RLS). In an effort to increase the ease of the process, housing...

The student activity fee puts the ‘fun’ in funding

The student activity fee puts the ‘fun’ in funding

SGA’s distribution of an unprecedented .2 million budget for RSOs and USOs continues
Joshua Mitra, News Reporter March 21, 2024

Going into the year with a surplus of funds from years prior, the Student Government Association (SGA) at Trinity University continues to apportion funds to enhance campus life, focusing on transparency...

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