Here are the photos featured in this weekâ€™s Photos of the Week section of the Trinitonian.
Seniors Larsen Andrews and Cade Bradshaw spent an afternoon â€œfishingâ€ in the Northrup acequia to raise awareness for an upcoming O-Rec excursion. O-rec members can frequently be seen doing things in the acequia, such as riding a canoe in it earlier this year.
This Halloween, Latino Exchange celebrated Dia de los Muertos, a traditional Mexican holiday celebrating the memories of deceased relatives popular in Hispanic culture all around the world. They did so by making an ofrenda in Coates, an altar commemorating the deceased which is traditionally decorated with paper cutouts, marigolds, calaveras (sugar skulls), and foods/possessions enjoyed by the deceased relative. The holiday is not a somber remembrance of one who has passed, but instead a celebration of the life and memory which that person enjoyed.
Sophomore Eric Booker preps for an Overhead Shot Throw. This is the final event of the Quadrathon, a periodic test done by the Track and Field team to measure improvements in strength and power. It is done by throwing a solid metal ball straight back over the head and measuring the distance to the spot it hits the ground.
John Mendiola is the Web Master and an Arts & Entertainment Reporter for the Trinitonian. He is a senior computer science and communication major from Houston, Texas (though originally Manila, Philippines). This is his 4th year working for the newspaper.