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Trinity considers TLearn alternatives

Gabriella Garriga November 29, 2017

Trinity’s IT Governance Committee is considering alternatives to TLearn to improve the quality of communication between professors and students. Earlier this year, the committee sent a survey to faculty...

Potential Aramark replacements revealed

Gabriella Garriga November 29, 2017

The Dining Services Request for Proposal (RFP) Committee decided early this September to reconsider Trinity’s dining vendor. Committee members, including Paul Wright, chair of the committee and director...

The Tiger Learning Commons opened earlier this semester and has been giving workshops for students since its premiere. photo by Amani Canada, photo editor

Workshops aim for academic success

Gabriella Garriga November 14, 2017

Stacy Davidson, director for academic support, is changing the way Trinity approaches academic success, one workshop at a time. Hired in 2015, Davidson has been working to develop the learning center and...

The Trinity Chess Club hosted Jesse Lozano, a San Antonio local and National Chess Master, for a simultaneous exhibition match against 11 students on Nov. 4. photo by Amani Canada

National Chess Master comes to Trinity

Gabriella Garriga November 7, 2017

One chess master. Eleven games. All at once. A circle of tables and chess boards was arranged in the Fiesta Room last Saturday for a simultaneous chess match. The Trinity Chess Club hosted Jesse Lozano,...

After Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, first-year Jenna Shultz approached TUVAC to discuss ways the university could help. The group has created a GoFundMe page to help support the soldiers of Puerto Rico and their families. illustration by Andrea Nebhut

TUVAC responds to Hurricane Maria

Gabriella Garriga October 31, 2017

Category four Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico late September this year. The storm destroyed the territory, leaving more than three million U.S. citizens without electricity or running water....

The puss caterpillars poisonous exterior has caused reactions from slight rashes to anaphylactic shock. photo by Amani Canada

Poisonous caterpillars make San Antonio squirm

Gabriella Garriga October 26, 2017

There has been a recent outbreak of puss caterpillars, or asps, throughout San Antonio. Rebecca Hazen, visiting assistant professor of biology, gained firsthand knowledge of their spread on Friday while...

Illustration by Andrea Nebhut

Trinity participates in Campus Sustainabilty Month

Gabriella Garriga October 24, 2017

This October, Trinity celebrated national Campus Sustainability Month. The university, like others across the nation, worked to raise awareness of environmental issues throughout the month, specifically...

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