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Senior Column: It truly is just about trying to get through it, together.

Senior Column: “It truly is just about trying to get through it, together.”

Connie Laing May 16, 2020

Photo provided by Connie Laing This is a part of our 2020 Graduation Issue. Click here to flip through the whole thing. As a depressed college student who obsessively overthinks, I often think...

Photo credit: Andrea Nebhut

Maury, the Maverick: Why one San Antonio mayor captured Trinity researchers’ attention

Kathleen Creedon April 16, 2020

Illustration by Andrea Nebhut Maury Maverick was the mayor of San Antonio from 1939–1941. Before that, he was a congressman for two terms. He practiced law in San Antonio, he formed and served as...

Photo credit: Kaitlyn Curry

Strike the FilmStruck iron while it’s hot

Rafaela Brenner November 14, 2018

A sad day is soon to come for movie buffs: on Nov. 29, 2018, the film-streaming subscription service FilmStruck will be discontinued due to the decision by WarnerMedia — recently merged with AT&T...

ITS to bring better Wi-Fi connectivity to upper campus

ITS to bring better Wi-Fi connectivity to upper campus

Gabriella Garriga October 4, 2018

Informational Technology Services (ITS) will continue to work this semester to improve the quality of Wi-Fi and increase the number of access points on campus to meet the demand from students. Over the...

Ted Koppel, a broadcast journalist and the founder of ABC’s “Nightline,” spoke in Laurie Auditorium of the importance of truth and fact-checking in news and of the current political climate in media. photo by Amani Canada

Ted Koppel emphasizes the importance of objective journalism

Kendra Derrig November 2, 2017

Journalist Ted Koppel boasts an impressive career, covering conflicts from Southeast Asia to the hostage crisis in Iran. Founder of "Nightline," Koppel anchored and managed the revolutionary nightly...

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