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Dreams Talk: Should We Share Them?

Mai Vo, Opinion Columnist January 9, 2021

I had a friend who tried hard to remember more of his dreams. He would write them down and then tell people about them. He stopped, though, because it started interfering with his social life. Because...

Photo credit: Gracen Hoyle

The New American Expat Generation: At the Bottom of My Suitcase

Mai Vo November 12, 2020

illustration by Gracen Hoyle When it comes to the term “expatriate,” many people differ on the definition. For me, it was the simple idea of not missing out on my chance to live life as fully as...

Danza plans to foster community and culture

Danza plans to foster community and culture

Savannah Wahlgren January 30, 2020

Photo provided Amy PlatterDanza is Trinity’s new Latin dance group that began this semester. The group’s creators, Amy Platter and Cannon Wilson, are both sophomores who wanted to create a...

Language Partners club pairs and shares

Language Partners club pairs and shares

Logan Crews October 24, 2019

Photo by Jessica Garcia-TejedaWhen she was in graduate school in Monterrey, California, Gina Pham didn’t have much in common with the citizens of nearby Salinas, California, a city notorious for...

Trinity Latinx community members talk Fiesta

Trinity Latinx community members talk Fiesta

Gabriella Garriga April 11, 2019

Photo by Matthew ClaybrookFiesta is a unique San Antonio tradition filled with parades, floats and parties. Recently, however, its history and manner of celebration have been called into question.Fiesta...

Illustration by Julia Poage, staff illustrator

Sidewalk Symposium: What do you recommend doing to celebrate Fiesta?

Gabriella Garriga April 8, 2018

Taylor Moser, senior business and communication major: “Last year I went to NIOSA, and it was really fun and was really expressive of the San Antonio culture. I got to eat traditional food. That...

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The good, bad and ugly of San Antonio

Historical and Cultural Good: McNay Art Museum This 24-room Spanish colonial-revival house turned art museum is really an artwork in itself. Wander around the maze of paintings, drawings, sculptures...

photo by Amani Canada

Benchmarking progress through culture

Gabriel Levine February 28, 2018

A permanent feature of modern life is technological envy. Due to the rate of technical progress and astute marketing, a new phone or computer only feels new for a few months until a newer, faster model...

Languages Across the Curriculum gains popularity

Languages Across the Curriculum gains popularity

Gabriella Garriga February 15, 2018

Dante Suarez, associate professor of finance and decision sciences, teaches a course titled "Doing Business in Latin America." In this class, students listen to lectures on international business laws,...

Illustration by Julia Poage, staff illustrator

St. Valentine and religious misappropriation

Andrew Kinney February 14, 2018

Arguments on cultural and religious appropriation are a popular topic at Trinity and have been featured multiple times in the Trinitonian. Questioning the circumstances in which one can wear dreadlocks...

Brenda Ramos smiles as she crosses the Metropol Parasol bridge in Sevilla, Spain during Trinity’s first semester-long study abroad program in Spain last fall. photo provided by Katsuo Nishikawa

All the world is your classroom

Bladimir Ruiz January 28, 2018

I am a first-generation college graduate. I grew up in a poor family in Venezuela, and was fortunate enough to have a grandmother who pushed me to continue in school. I went to college, I even went to...

Ariel Del Vecchio and Abigail Wharton's

Don’t play identity politics with people you don’t know

Abigail Wharton January 24, 2018

Co-signed by Ariel del Vecchio. Ariel del Vecchio and I are presenting a mixed media installation piece titled “Constructed Religiosity” at the Mini, a student art exhibition in Trinity’s own Neidorff...

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