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Endowment appears strong and protected

Endowment appears strong and protected

Dominic Anthony September 5, 2019

Graphic by Quinn Butterfield Increasing uncertainty in the global economy, an ongoing trade battle with China and a full quarter of an inverted U.S. bond yield curve all point to an oncoming economic...

Photo credit: Alexandra Parris

Possible effects of the government shutdown loom over university

Jolie Francis January 23, 2019

While the United States Congress and president battle it out on Capitol Hill, Trinity University faces possible issues caused by the government shutdown. The federal government has been in a partial shutdown...

Photo credit: Alexandra Parris

How does Trinity manage its endowment?

Jolie Francis November 15, 2018

Managing Trinity’s $1.2 billion endowment is no small feat for the Investment Committee of the Board of Trustees. The endowment staff helps to support and carry out their investment operations. As...

illustration by Julia Poage, staff illustrator

What to expect when you’re expecting to live in San Antonio post-graduation

Bobby Watson April 14, 2018

As the spring semester comes to a close, soon-to-be-graduates have to begin thinking about life after college. A large part of figuring that out is housing. Two major issues that renters in San Antonio...

infographic by Liz Day, graphics editor

Econ prof: Minimum wage hikes more trouble than they’re worth

Gabriella Garriga February 27, 2018

As an undergraduate, David Macpherson was determined to become an engineer. In his first year, he took engineering courses. Macpherson sat through calculus, physics, more calculus and more physics. Classes...

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