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Debris that fell during the 2021 tower climb, sparking inquiry into the safety of the tower

Tower climb canceled after debris hits student

Concerns about tower construction postpones campus tradition for second year in a row
Emma Utzinger, News Reporter September 9, 2021

This year’s Trinity Tower Climb was cut short as pieces of the tower began to fall, one student being hit in the head by the debris. About 160 first-years were able to participate before it was shut...

You are never alone in feeling lonely

Dana Nichols January 30, 2020
Most of us have experienced and had to adjust to the coming-and-going of temporary visitors in life — so why don't we talk about it?
Photo credit: Ren Rader

An 18-year-old’s (small) identity crisis

Nina Loya November 13, 2019
I have a heart tattooed to my left wrist to remind me that no matter what, leading with your heart is not a bad thing.
First-year defender JESSICA YOUNG attempts to get the ball past a Texas Lutheran University defender. 
photo by MATTHEW CLAYBROOK

Fresh faces fill women’s soccer team

Alejandra Gerlach October 3, 2019
First-year players outnumber other grade levels creating unique team lineup and atmosphere
FYE prepares students for “A Successful Life”

FYE prepares students for “A Successful Life”

Kara Killinger August 24, 2019
First-generation and Pell-eligible students arrive early to get ahead
OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Photo credit: Genevieve Humphreys

Reading TUgether book brings people together

Gabriella Garriga August 25, 2018
Author speaks to community to conclude first-year summer research on his book
Photo credit: Henry Pratt

First-years went up; the tower came down

Kendra Derrig August 23, 2018
Tradition to be rescheduled pending safety clearance after rubble fell off the iconic structure

It’s OK to be undecided

Editorial Board August 15, 2018

Ask any senior on campus if what they're doing now is anything close to what they imagined it would be four years ago, and most would probably say no. Even the seniors on the Trinitonian had no idea how...

Trinity welcomes largest, smartest first-year class

Trinity welcomes largest, smartest first-year class

Kaylie King August 15, 2018
New students boast higher numbers, GPAs
Lets change the advising system

Let’s change the advising system

Jonah Wendt February 15, 2018

Our current advising system is broken. It provides no incentive for getting it right. At least for the most part. Each year, a handful of professors receive awards for being good advisers. However, this...

Cross country coach Emily Daum encourages first-year Mabel Fowler to push to the end of the race. photo by Allison Wolff

Athlete spotlight: Mabel Fowler

Julia Weis October 9, 2017

Mabel Fowler, a first-year involved in three varsity sports at Trinity, is determined to make her mark on this campus. The ambitious athlete came to Trinity planning to run cross-country in the fall and...

First-year students participate in the annual Plunge summer program. 
Photo by Chloe Sonnier

Bridge and Plunge programs bring students to campus early

Kendra Derrig August 17, 2017

Each year, Trinity first-years who participate in the Bridge or Plunge programs move in before New Student Orientation (NSO), providing them the opportunity to acclimate to campus and San Antonio before...

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