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San Antonio Spurs face civil suit, investigation and backlash

San Antonio Spurs face civil suit, investigation and backlash

The release of Josh Primo incites controversy among the NBA team.
Joshua Mitra, News Reporter November 18, 2022

San Antonio’s most popular professional sports team has been facing waves of controversy following the waiving of one of their young stars. The Spurs are currently being sued by a former employee who...

Student vendors sell their art to other students at Wednesdays Art Market, hosted by Trinity Art Collective and the Student Programming Board.

Trinity Art Collective hosts their second-ever art market

The event, co-hosted by SPB, allowed student artists and performers to share their works
Monica Martinez, News Reporter November 18, 2022

On Wednesday, Nov. 16, the Center for the Sciences and Innovation (CSI) breezeway was filled with canopies and tables where Trinity students sold and showcased their art. The fall art market, hosted by...

From local to national midterm elections: What happened?

From local to national midterm elections: What happened?

Trinity students give their perspective about the outcomes of the Nov. 8 elections
Abby Power, News reporter November 18, 2022

Outside the Coates Student Center on Tues. Nov. 8 — midterm Election Day in the United States — a red, white and blue tent stood beside a table with a plethora of snacks and voting information. The...

Several incidents of water discoloration were recorded on campus.

The water is brown

Residents of Herndon, Witt-Winn, and Miller share recent experiences with water issues on campus
JJ Ramos, Intern November 18, 2022

On October 21, Trinity students living on lower campus received several emails from Residential Life (ResLife) regarding hot water outages and water discoloration. The first ResLife memo told residents...

The Accommodated Testing Center in Coates Library is one of the central focuses of Student Accessibility Services.

How accessible is campus for disabled students?

Physical and administrative obstacles stand in the way of equitable education
Alejandra Gerlach, Managing Editor November 18, 2022

Ani Siva, sophomore Student Government Association (SGA) senator, met with Laura Ramsey, the newly appointed director for student accessibility services (SAS) on Nov. 11, to discuss a potential collaboration...

Previously, on SGA: Mock Trial returns and a TUPD staff chat

Previously, on SGA: Mock Trial returns and a TUPD staff chat

The following covers the meeting on Nov. 16.
Alejandra Gerlach, Managing Editor November 18, 2022

Climate Check Senior Senator Ameer Mustafa opened climate check with a concern about the water fountain in Dicke Smith that has been out of order since Apr. 20. According to a memo taped to the water...

Construction crews lay a flat bed of concrete as they work to replace the recognizable baseball field on Lower Campus.

Almost there: renovations to the baseball field and tennis courts

Baseball field renovation results in closed parking lot and inaccessible tennis courts
Monica Martinez, News Reporter November 10, 2022

Upon arriving on campus this fall, students were greeted by the dulcet tones of bulldozers and beeping to the right of the William H. Bell Athletic Center (Bell Center). Construction workers have laid...

New faculty hiring processes intended to expand diversity

New faculty hiring processes intended to expand diversity

First-ever Trinity faculty cluster hire will add 23 tenure-track faculty members that will be connected by a research community that focuses on building inclusive communities
Abby Power, News reporter November 10, 2022

While speaking at a Student Government Association (SGA) meeting on Oct. 19, Megan Mustain, provost and vice president for academic affairs, spoke about Trinity’s goal to hire at least 23 tenure-track...

Staff, faculty, and students alike enjoy the First Gen Student dinner.

First-Generation Student Week is celebrated by Trinity’s Community

SDIO shows continued commitment to creating a sense of community
Joshua Mitra, News Reporter November 10, 2022

Nov. 8 is first-generation student day, but the date is stretched out into an entire week of celebrations at Trinity. With the holiday originally created to honor the anniversary of the Higher Education...

Previously of SGA: Emergency senate funding proposal

Previously of SGA: Emergency senate funding proposal

Alejandra Gerlach, Managing Editor November 10, 2022

Climate Check: President Danny Nguyen placed a 10-minute limit on climate check again to accommodate both the planned staff chat and an emergency senate funding proposal. Sophomore Senator Ani Siva...

TUPD and ResLife investigate Miller property destruction

TUPD and ResLife investigate Miller property destruction

Unidentified individuals throw doormats and pumpkin decor from second floor of Miller
Joshua Mitra, News Reporter November 3, 2022

On Oct.15, the ground floors of Calvert and C.W. Miller Hall were littered with displaced doormats and pumpkin decor. As the resident assistants (RAs) conducted their community rounds, they discovered...

Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan struggles in the courts

Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan struggles in the courts

Nearly half of Trinity’s student body could stand to benefit from the plan going through
Samara Gerstle, News Reporter November 3, 2022

COVID impacted people’s lives in a multitude of ways, but especially financially. People with student loans struggled with federal student loan payments, and in an effort to alleviate this financial...

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