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Track and field team keeps up the momentum

Noah Lyford April 10, 2015

The Trinity track teams competed in the Trinity Invitational on Friday, March 27. Competitors came from all NCAA divisions and NAIA. The Trinity women's team took first among Division III teams with...

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Softball heads into final two series of the season

Sarah Farrell April 10, 2015

The Tigers played a full schedule of games during the past two weeks and went 7-7 during the span. They dropped their first five games, then won seven of their last nine. "Our goal for every practice...

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Strife throughout the Middle East, the debate is real

Luke Wise March 27, 2015

On Wednesday ,March 25, Marc Ellis, former professor of Jewish studies, history, and director of the Center for Jewish Studies at Baylor University, presented his talk, titled "Jewish Prophetic Voices...

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ISA celebrates the arrival of spring with Holi festival

Nipuni Gomes March 27, 2015

Every spring semester in late March, the Indian Student Association (ISA) celebrates the Holi Festival, and this year was no exception. Last Saturday, students gathered on Prassel Lawn to enjoy Indian...

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Debate team secures spot at national competition

Julia Elmore March 27, 2015

Organ sales, prostitution  and legalization of marijuana are all heavily disputed topics with arguments from multiple viewpoints. However, one thing that cannot be argued is the Trinity debate team's...

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Senior addresses civic disengagement

Sarah Davis March 20, 2015

Senior Anthia Liu firmly believes that students can make a change and impact their surrounding community by using all the resources Trinity has available. Liu is an international business and film and...

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Campus and Community Involvement undergoes changes

Tyler Boelts March 20, 2015

New updates come to Campus and Community Involvement as Trinity Tomorrow begins to take action. The center formally known as Campus and Community Involvement will instead now be referred to as Student...

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Hertz leaves campus as B-cycle station delayed until May

Luke Wise March 20, 2015

Hertz on Demand is no longer available to Trinity students, as of Tuesday March 17. The program allowed for students without cars of their own to rent vehicles to use. As Hertz has left campus, new transportation...

Baseball team ranked No. 12 in national standings

Baseball team ranked No. 12 in national standings

Noah Lyford March 20, 2015

The Trinity baseball team had a busy spring break, playing seven games over the seven-day break. The Tigers played three games against Schreiner University, one game against Our Lady of the Lake University...

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Men’s and women’s tennis compete in California

Sarah Farrell March 20, 2015

During spring break, both teams traveled to Southern California to play a combined 10 matches. The women finished 2-2, while the men went 3-3. Both played highly-ranked Division III teams. Feb. 26,...

TUPD takes suspect in recent campus thefts into custody

TUPD takes suspect in recent campus thefts into custody

Luke Wise March 4, 2015

The Trinity University Police Department took Marima Simmons into custody on Wednesday, March 4 in the Coates University Center. Simmons, who has a history of crime at the university, was a suspect in...

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O-Rec offers outdoor experiences in and around San Antonio

Julia Elmore February 27, 2015

As spring approaches and weather becomes more enjoyable, the great outdoors beckons students to get outside and experience nature in and around San Antonio. Trinity's outdoor recreation organization,...

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