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Guest Column: Trinity’s red bricks are greenwashed

What campus looks like without a sustainability coordinator position
Grace Magavern, Guest Columnist October 6, 2022

Generation Z recognizes climate change as a serious threat. We have been taught since elementary school that greenhouse gasses cause sea levels to rise and a more severe climate. We recognize the climate...

Illustration by Michaela Bosco

EcoAllies’ Divest Trinity movement continues

Initiative persists with goals after initial rejection from Board of Trustees
Abby Power, News reporter September 8, 2022

Last semester, EcoAllies presented its resolution to divest fossil fuels from Trinity’s endowment to the Student Government Association (SGA). With the exception of one no vote and one abstention, SGA...

How to help those fighting Australia’s bushfires

Kayla Padilla January 28, 2020

The Australian Bushfires have captured global attention because of their severity. How can we help all the way from San Antonio? Some of Trinity’s most passionate advocates suggested ways to get...

Left to Right: Meredith McGuire, Jessica Guerrero, Richard Reed, Mitch Hagney, Ian Dill

Trinity hosts Climate Action Plan meeting

Jolie Francis September 27, 2018

The department of Sociology and Anthropology organized a meeting over the imminent issue of climate change and what Trinity can do to join San Antonio’s Climate Action Plan (CAP). Community activists,...

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