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Trinitonian

The Student News Site of Trinity University

Trinitonian

The Student News Site of Trinity University

Trinitonian

Blooming where you are planted

Blooming where you are planted

Trinity’s community garden thrives as a new spring season of planting takes off
Ashlyn Gillespie, Pulse Reporter February 29, 2024

As spring kicked off with an 85-degree bang earlier this week, San Antonio native wildlife wakes up after the winter freezes. The Gardening Club leads the Community Garden and has prepared for this moment...

Garden next to Storch

Trinity’s own vegetable garden

Fresh, campus-grown veggies free to students
Riya Vankamamidi, Pulse Reporter April 20, 2023

“Everybody has the ability to grow things even if you don’t have an outdoor space for yourself. Say you live in an apartment, you can grow things in little pots or grow things in recycled materials,”...

Photo of the Trinity Community Garden by Storch

Trinity’s Community Garden: home of fresh produce

The community garden, run by both a class and a club, produces fresh fruits, vegetables and a place to de-stress.
Lauren Roddis, Pulse Reporter September 8, 2022

Getting your hands dirty every once in a while can be the best form of self-care out there, and Trinity’s community garden is a great place to do so. Both a class and a gardening club take care of the...

Photograph provided by Professor Katsuo Nishikawa

Students engage with local refugee community through gardening

Mikayla Mullin, Pulse Reporter November 11, 2021

This semester, the Introduction to International Studies class (INTL-1301) is getting out of the classroom and into the real world. Instead of just learning about the plight of today’s refugees, they’re...

Photo credit: Gabrielle Rodriguez

So you want to start an herb garden?

Mackenzie Cook October 14, 2020
Some handy tips + tricks to get you started on your very own horticultural journey.