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Business majors given alternative to study abroad

Business majors given alternative to study abroad

Credit options include foreign language and international classes
Mikayla Mullin, Pulse Reporter April 25, 2021

In the past, business majors have had the choice between meeting one of two requirements to graduate: they could study abroad or complete a modern foreign language course up to 2302 or its equivalent. However,...

Photo credit: Gracen Hoyle

“Useless” degrees: Not so useless after all

Julian Valdez September 3, 2020

Certain degrees seem to be much more respected than others. This creates an imbalance with what students want to study in college. I remember in high school so many people wanting to go into STEM and business...

graphic by Tyler Herron

From the Editors’ Desk: Let’s #SaveStudentNewsrooms together

Editorial Staff April 25, 2018

Hundreds of student media outlets across America are standing together in support of our shared mission, and the Trinitonian is proud to add its voice to the chorus. #SaveStudentNewsrooms is a call...

Luis Martínez, director of entrepreneurship, welcomes students interested in creating a business to contact his office. Photo by Chloe Sonnier

Department encourages on-campus businesses

Noelle Barrera February 11, 2018

According to Article O Section 3 of the student handbook, students are not allowed to sell merchandise, products or services on campus. However, the university permits students affiliated with the entrepreneurship...

Sophomore Alexandra Parris crochets in the CSI building. After taking up crocheting in 2016, Parris began offering her skills to other students at a small price. photo by Stephen Sumrall-Orsak

Making art and making money

Kara Killinger January 31, 2018

Alexandra Parris began crocheting in November of 2016. Her great-uncle had recently passed away, and she was wandering the bright aisles of Walmart late at night, looking for groceries and perhaps something...

Relax And Do Designs founders Jamie Procter and Sarah Fordin present their product during the second round of the Stumberg competition. Photo by Chloe Sonnier

Meet the finalists of the Stumberg Competition

Meredith Goshell October 25, 2017

Every year, Trinity University hosts the Stumberg Venture Competition, an event for student startups styled after "Shark Tank." In the spring of 2017, students entered their new ideas and companies for...

Former Trinity athlete Hillary Hoffman now works for the Spurs Sports & Entertainment. photo provided by Hillary Hoffman

Trinity alumni discuss how sport prepared them for life post-grad

Hailey Wilson October 9, 2017

For some student athletes, life after sports is a scary thought. After spendings years and years at practices, conditioning workouts, games and team bonding events, it can be difficult to imagine life...

photo provided by Robert Scherer

Concerns for business school budget unfounded

Isaiah Mitchell September 12, 2017

In the wake of certain shifts in the business department, some students have been concerned that the administration is neglecting or cutting the budget of the school, and the ramifications that could occur...

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