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Student becomes a “Black Sheep” after joining collective

Student becomes a “Black Sheep” after joining collective

Maya Neufeld-Wall February 20, 2020

Photo by Kate NuelleMarlin Guerra-Bogle is a sophomore at Trinity who studies Anthropology. Additionally, he is engrossed in photography and performance art and is a part of the experiment performance...

Archaeology interns dive into demographics

Archaeology interns dive into demographics

Gwen Kaliszewski February 6, 2020

Photo by Kate NuelleTrinity is a bubble existing in the context of a large city with a long, rich history. Two Trinity anthropology students, senior Connor Halbert and junior Gabrielle Rodriguez, have...

Photo credit: Kayla Padilla

A Summer with Dr. Fly

Kayla Padilla August 29, 2019

Photo provided by Kayla PadillaThis summer I studied abroad in Belize through Texas Tech's Field School in Maya Archaeology study abroad program. We excavated an average of seven hours per day, and during...

Photo credit: Genevieve Humphreys

Anthropology Society organizes second annual Anthropology Day

Jolie Francis February 27, 2019

Trinity joined over 100 other schools nationwide to celebrate Anthropology Day on Thursday, Feb. 21, at 5 p.m. in the Storch Memorial Building.The American Anthropological Association established Anthropology...

Richard Reed

Department of sociology and anthropology celebrates 75th anniversary

Gabriella Garriga September 29, 2018

The department of Sociology and Anthropology celebrated its 75th anniversary this year with a weekend full of presentations, speakers and receptions aimed at current students. On Friday, Sept. 21, the...

graphic by Liz Day, graphics editor

Off-campus housing and city inequality

Noelle Barrera February 22, 2018

Trinity students make up a large portion of apartment seekers in San Antonio. According to the official Trinity University website, 75 percent of seniors live off campus. Many students live in Trinity’s...

illustration by Andrea Nebhut, staff illustrator

Reed returns from Nepal

Maggie Lupo January 24, 2018

When most people picture Nepal, they probably think about the Himalayas, colorful prayer flags or Marvel’s Dr. Strange. However, sociology and anthropology professor Richard Reed, who just returned from...

Illustration by Yessenia Lopez.

Trinity “department of sociology” caught in mix up

Kendra Derrig November 29, 2017

For a few hours on Nov. 16, rumors swirled around that Trinity’s department of sociology and anthropology had endorsed the Campus Anti-fascist Network (CAN). CAN is a multi-campus organization of left-wing...

Jeffrey Wasserstrom visits Being Young in Asia FYE. photo by Chloe Sonnier

Visiting California professor clears up misconceptions about youth in Asia

Victoria Abad October 31, 2017

Young student protesters have occupied the business district of Hong Kong various times in the last couple of years in a battle for democracy. Given this situation, Gina Tam, assistant professor of history,...

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