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Class of 2024 breaks records, faces challenges

Jake Perry August 27, 2020

Photo by Genevieve Humphreys Wait a minute, who are all these wide-eyed young children running around on campus? Meet the class of 2024, one of the most diverse and academically notable classes to climb...

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Underclassmen cause majority of honor code violations

Jolie Francis August 30, 2019

Graphic by Quinn ButterfieldFirst-years and sophomores at Trinity have been the main perpetrators of honor council violations for the past few years. Specifically, about a fifth of the cases during the...

FYE prepares students for “A Successful Life”

FYE prepares students for “A Successful Life”

Kara Killinger August 24, 2019

Photo provided by Amara AliAfter returning from her summer travels, Amara Ali only had two days to pack and get ready before she was set to arrive at Trinity on August 4. Bags packed, the first-year drove...

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Declassified: What FYE are you based on your sign?

Natasha Sahu August 16, 2019

Illustrations by Andrea Nebhut Aries | March 21 – April 19: A Successful Life Why did you pick this class, Aries? Do you want to learn more about successful people, or do you just want to become one?...

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Erin Hood to leave CELCS for new role

Noelle Barrera April 25, 2019

photo by Genevieve HumphreysErin Hood, assistant director of the Center for Experiential Learning and Success (CELCS), is leaving her position and teaching next year in a new field of study — the...

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TLC’s new writing program helps ESL students thrive at Trinity

Noelle Barrera March 3, 2019

Photo by Genevieve HumphreysThe Tiger Learning Commons (TLC), a centralized space in the library focused on improving Trinity students' academic performance, has created a new staff position geared towards...

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HUMA: The only FYE the university needs

Maddie D'iorio February 21, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutOf all the 'controversial' opinion columns I've written over the past year, I believe this will truly be the most contentious of all. Are you ready for it?The objectively best...

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Author presents on feminism in China

Gabriella Garriga December 17, 2018

On Nov. 29, Leta Hong Fincher, journalist and author of "Betraying Big Brother: The Feminist Awakening in China," spoke to about 50 members of the Trinity community about her book, which describes reactions...

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Classes on diversity and social justice are necessary

Natalia Salas November 15, 2018

It’s no secret that the U.S. education system is fundamentally flawed in more ways than I can write in one or even thousands of columns. From our shameful teacher salaries to our overwhelming need to...

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Reading TUgether book brings people together

Gabriella Garriga August 25, 2018

Richard Blanco, author of “The Prince of Los Cocuyos” and this year's Reading TUgether lecturer, spoke on Wednesday evening in Laurie Auditorium to members of the Trinity and San Antonio community...

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Committees choose FYE and Student Research awards

Gabriella Garriga April 25, 2018

With finals fast approaching, the library is beginning to fill with more and more students devoting countless hours to their final projects and papers. As the days drudge on, many may question why they...

A day in the life of the TLC staff

A day in the life of the TLC staff

Maggie Lupo April 11, 2018

Tucked away near the main entryway of Coates Library, the Tiger Learning Commons (TLC), new this year, is the hub of academic support for students on campus. The TLC includes Student Accessibility Services,...

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