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University offered faculty, staff monetary stimulus to alleviate budget problems

University offered faculty, staff monetary stimulus to alleviate budget problems

Fifteen faculty members and 41 staff took advantage of the Voluntary Separation Incentive Plan
Emma Utzinger, News Reporter September 23, 2021

A wave of faculty and staff left Trinity this spring following university efforts to cut pandemic-induced costs. In the past year and a half, Trinity University’s budget has taken a hit due to the...

Fall study abroad programs canceled due to safety, logistical concerns

Fall study abroad programs canceled due to safety, logistical concerns

Kendra Derrig April 9, 2020

Illustration by Andrea NebhutThis article is a part of the Trinitonian’s remote coverage due to Trinity University’s response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Click here to read the rest...

Long story short, travelers tell their tales

Long story short, travelers tell their tales

Cate Coe November 21, 2019

From a professor discovering a new species in Tanzania to a student interviewing strangers in Copenhagen, the stories told on Tuesday, Nov. 19 in the Ruth Taylor Cafe Theater depicted a broad range of...

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Construction begins on the Oblate property

Gabriella Garriga October 24, 2019

Photo by Oliver Chapin-EiserlohIn 2017, Trinity purchased the Oblate property located across from Thomas Residence Hall. Since the purchase, Information Technology Services (ITS) has moved into the building...

Department budgets remain consistent

Department budgets remain consistent

Jolie Francis October 17, 2019

Graphic by Quinn ButterfieldDepartmental budgets endure multiple levels of discussion and rearrangement before receiving approval, and after all that, they rarely change. There are two kinds of budget...

Lisa Gonzales at Steak n Shake Photo credit: Matthew Claybrook

Before the serving line: Where your food comes from

Jolie Francis February 13, 2019

Photo by Matthew ClaybrookBelieve it or not, food at Mabee doesn’t just appear out of nowhere. A section on sustainability was added in Aramark’s most erecent contract with Trinity University...

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 by Stephen Sumrall-Orsak, staff photographer

Religion and Climate Change conference relates faith to environmentalism

Gabriella Garriga April 18, 2018

Music and singing filled a Northrup classroom last Friday as attendees of the Religion and Climate Change conference sang hymns together. In addition to students, community members of various religious...

Endangered spider species inhabits recent Trinity property purchase

Kathleen Creedon April 28, 2017

At the end of last month, Trinity purchased 9.2 acres of land on which there are three karstic features, caves. Known scientifically as Cicurina baronia, the Robber Baron Cave Meshweavers are an endangered...

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