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City Vista closed to residents for 2021-22 academic year

City Vista closed to residents for 2021-22 academic year

Trinity offering resources to affected students after sudden announcement
Sarah Fisher, Reporter May 5, 2021

This week, the university announced that City Vista apartments will be closed to all residents for approximately 12 months beginning May 24. Students who registered for housing in CV have had their housing...

Down comes the rain in City Vista

Down comes the rain in City Vista

Maria Zaharatos November 11, 2018

In 2017, Trinity purchased City Vista. Since then, students have found a number of issues with the apartment complex. Some students haven't had better luck. According to Elizabeth Bertsch — junior...

SGA launches City Vista recycling initiatives

SGA launches City Vista recycling initiatives

Kaylie King October 26, 2018

The Student Government Association’s Sustainability Committee, in partnership with the Office of Sustainability, introduced free clear plastic bags for recyclables and a plastic grocery bag recycling...

Trinity purchased the City Vista apartments in January 2017, and this spring semester marks a full year of Trinity students living in the off-campus complex. Students noted the benefits of living in the apartments,  including increased independence and close proximity to campus, but students also found challenges in the new living space. Despite maintenance issues and the large expense of living at City Vista, students found overall experience to be good. Many of the issues this year have been resolved by the Residential Life staff.  File photo

A year of City Vista: Trials, triumphs and trash

Noelle Barrera April 26, 2018

May marks the end of the first year of Trinity students living in the City Vista apartments on the corner of Hildebrand and Devine. Trinity purchased City Vista in January 2017. In an email to the campus...

Tune in each week for Kathleen Creedon's SGA summaries. SGA meets at 6 p.m. on Mondays in the Waxahachie Room in Coates University Center.

Previously, on SGA: Stop … Honor Time

Kathleen Creedon February 20, 2018

CAMPUS CLIMATE CHECK Junior senator Sarosha Hemani reported instances of creepy men in the City Vista parking lots, as well as the parking lot by Lightner residence hall. President Amulya Deva, junior,...

Sidewalk Symposium: Living on or off campus for seniors?

Sidewalk Symposium: Living on or off campus for seniors?

Gabriella Garriga February 17, 2018

Caleb Barbor, senior finance major, lives in City Vista. “I think City Vista is a good middle ground. When you rent a house, you get more exposed to cooking and things like that, but when you’re...

David Tuttle, dean of students, has taken over as interim director of residential life as the department searches for a  replacement. Photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer.

ResLife handles busy semester

Kendra Derrig January 23, 2018

The office of Residential Life is kicking off the spring semester with a long to-do list. Along with day-to-day operations dealing with student issues, conducting programming and doing regular administrative...

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...

Making connections reconvenes at City Vista. Photo by Stephen Sumrall-Orsak

Making Connections reconvenes, bringing networking opportunities for students

Victoria Abad November 16, 2017

Last Thursday, Nov. 9, students, faculty and alumni arrived at the City Vista Apartments in business attire, kicking off an evening of networking for Trinity professionals. Making Connections is the concerted...

photo by Amani Canada

TU focuses on the wrong housing issues

Theresa Ho November 8, 2017

I finally started to read the Campus Master Plan this weekend. Fifty-six pages in, I am humbled by the obvious time and energy the Campus Master Plan Committee put into this document. As it is, Trinity...

Daniel Dahlinger’s car was found vandalized in the City Vista parking garage. Along with his fraternity’s letters, a homophobic slur was keyed into the side of the vehicle. Photo by Chloe Sonnier

Homophobic slur keyed into student’s car

Cathy Terrace October 31, 2017

Shock spread through campus as student Daniel Dahlinger, junior engineering science major, shared how someone had keyed a homophobic slur into his car. The event most likely happened on Thursday, Oct....

Melissa Flowers is currently in her 10th year at Trinity. She will relocate to Providence, Rhode Island after this semester to take on the position of senior director of residential education and operations and assistant dean at Brown University. Photo by Chloe Sonnier

Melissa Flowers accepts position at Brown University

Kaylie King October 31, 2017

Melissa Flowers, director of Residential Life, has accepted a position at Brown University. Starting in January 2018, Flowers will serve as senior director of residential education and operations and assistant...

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