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Coronavirus slashes study abroad

Coronavirus slashes study abroad

Kara Killinger April 2, 2020

Photo provided by Bobby Watson This article is a part of the Trinitonian’s coverage of Trinity University’s response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Click here to read the rest of our coverage. When...

illustration by Julia Poage, staff illustrator

Letter to the editor: Renters’ rights aren’t so bad

Greg Pape April 18, 2018

To professor Christine Drennon, director of the urban studies department, and Bobby Watson, Trinitonian reporter. This is to provide a response to some of the representations in the April 14 Trinitonian...

Residents enjoy having pets as comfort in their dorms. photo by Amani Canada, photo editor

Living on campus with our furry friends

Bobby Watson February 22, 2018

Trinity's requirement for undergraduate students to live their first three years on campus forces most of its students to live in dorms and, more recently, the City Vista apartment complex. This has made...

Tuition, grants, donations fund departments

Tuition, grants, donations fund departments

Bobby Watson February 7, 2018

Trinity spent a total of $62,510,000 in academic areas for the 2016-2017 school year. Of that total, instructional services and research received $48,776,000, and academic support services received $13,734,000,...

The cast of Mr. Burns rehearse before the play releases. photo by Amani Canada, photo editor

A post-apocalyptic “Simpsons” comes to Stieren Theatre

Bobby Watson January 24, 2018

In the theatre department's latest production, a mysterious electric fallout has ended modern life as we know it, yet "The Simpsons" — America's longest-running animated show and the new bedrock of...

First-year TFL member Kurt Hardee, center-left, argued against strict gun control with Isaiah Mitchell, left, a sophomore member of the Trinity debate team. Sophomores Simone Washington, T-Prog member, and Ansh Khullar, member of the debate team, argued for stricter gun control. Photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer.

Student groups hold gun control debate

Bobby Watson November 29, 2017

To spread political awareness on campus, the Trinity University Forensic Society (TUFS) and the Contemporary, a student-run online publication that focuses on public affairs, hosted a debate over gun control....

Broken glass has become an increasingly common sight on campus. There is no known cause. Illustration by Andrea Nebhut, staff illustrator.

Broken glass raises concern

Bobby Watson November 29, 2017

In the past semester Trinity’s campus has been plagued with cracked windows, shattered display cases and pathways littered with broken glass. From City Vista to Myrtle Hall to the Center for Science...

David Lesch, Ewing Halsell distinguished professor of history at Trinity, spoke about the political strife in Syria, as well as his connections to the country and its leader, Bashar al-Assad. The  Contemporary hosted Lesch on Nov. 9. 
photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer

The Contemporary hosts lecture on Syria

Bobby Watson November 16, 2017

David Lesch, Ewing Halsell distinguished professor of history at Trinity, discussed his personal relationship with Bashar al-Assad "” Syria's head of state "” and his work with the Syrian refugee crisis...

graphic by Tyler Herron

United Way makes strides on campus

Bobby Watson November 7, 2017

On Oct. 25, Trinity held a Super Nacho Hour on the Coates Esplanade. The event was a more grandiose version of the university's weekly Nacho Hour in Coates University Center. This was one of many events...

Trinity Review hosts Halloween open mic night

Bobby Watson October 31, 2017

On this past Monday, in the Tigers' Den, the Trinity Review held its annual Open Mic, an all-in-one scary story contest and a costume contest "” both of which were voted on by the audience. The event...

The Campus Master Plan forum allowed students the opportunity to ask questions and offer feedback about the process. File photo

SGA holds Master Plan forum

Bobby Watson October 24, 2017

The Student Government Association (SGA) held a public forum to allow a panel to discuss the Campus Master Plan on Oct. 17. The panel was made up of Danny Anderson, president of the university, Sharon...

Lieutenant John Santellan demonstrates appropriate procedure with Sergeant John Rowse. Photo by Chloe Sonnier

TUPD presents on active shooter situations

Bobby Watson October 24, 2017

Pete Perez Jr., assistant chief of Trinity University Police Department (TUPD), led a presentation on how to respond to active shooters. The presentation was for TUPD officers and took place on Oct. 18....

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