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Men’s basketball wins one, loses one in SCAC

Sarah Farrell January 30, 2015

From the start, the weekend was filled with drama from the start for the Tigers. After a close overtime loss to Centenary Friday night, they came out Saturday and blasted Colorado College for a 20-point...

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Trinity Diversity Connection restructured

Sarah Davis January 30, 2015

As of this month, Trinity Diversity Connection (TDC) has restructured itself as a university-sponsored organization. It is shifting away from being an umbrella organization to allow a clear execution...

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CSI grand opening set for February

Leah Hoffpauir January 23, 2015

Trinity's newly constructed Center for the Sciences and Innovation is having a weekend-long grand opening dedication in February. Faculty and students from several departments are working together to...

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President-elect Danny Anderson visits campus, discusses his future with Trinity

Faith Ozer January 23, 2015

On a recent visit to Trinity, president-elect Danny J. Anderson met with students and participated in the San Antonio Martin Luther King, Jr., March. Anderson will assume the presidency on May 29, 2015,...

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University library undergoes various changes

Tyler Boelts January 23, 2015

Last semester, multiple changes were made to Trinity's library. The second floor is now home to the quiet study area, allowing for students to get work done without any distractions. "We wanted to revamp...

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Trinity students participate in nation’s largest march

James Godfrey January 23, 2015

This Monday marked the 29th Martin Luther King, Jr., Day, created by Ronald Reagan in 1983. The holiday has been celebrated with marches across the country and a speech on campus by Tim Wise, an antiracist...

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North Hall undergoes major renovations with private spaces for students alongside a new layout

Tyler Boelts January 23, 2015

Construction on the North  Residence Hall has begun and is the next step in the 20-year cycle for renovating Trinity's residence halls. The residence hall will have a different layout than that of previous...

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Trinity men’s and women’s track teams prepare for season with many new faces

Tyler Caldwell January 23, 2015

After a triumphant campaign last year, the Trinity men's and women's track and field teams look to kick off the new season with enthusiasm and success as they head to Birmingham, Ala., to the Emory Crossplex...

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Women’s basketball goes 13-1 in last 14 games

Sarah Farrell January 23, 2015

The Tigers' double-digit win streak in women's basketball ended in a 50-49 loss to Southwestern University Friday, Jan. 16, at home. They had 11 straight wins; including two wins in conference play the...

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Trinity celebrates holidays with concert, Vespers and Oakmont

Heather Bush December 5, 2014

At 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 5, Trinity's music department will host its annual Christmas concert in Laurie Auditorium. The event will feature the choirs, orchestra, handbell choir and wind ensemble. In...

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Trinity participates in International Education Week

Sarah Davis December 5, 2014

International Education Week 2014 was held Monday, Nov. 17, to Friday, Nov. 21, and featured numerous daily events on campus. The week was held in conjunction with a national initiative of the U.S. Departments...

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Spring trips offer students international education

Heather Bush November 21, 2014

Berlin, Germany May 17-31 Course Requirement: PLSI 3491-70 Global City Berlin 1 credit hour during the semester plus 3 credit hours abroad The class and trip to Berlin will focus on the politics...

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