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Simran Jeet Singh, Ph.D, has attended and taught at Ivy League institutions since graduating from Trinity in 2006, and served as an assistant professor of religion at Trinity in 2016. “Trinity was the place where I came to feel I had a place in this world,” Singh said.

Alumnus Simran Jeet Singh ‘06, Ph.D is taking Trinity’s legacy to new heights

Gloria Farris, News Reporter December 2, 2021

Simran Jeet Singh ‘06, Ph.D.’s track record includes executive director of the Inclusive America Project at the Aspen Institute, acclaimed author, and frequent contributor to TIME Magazine, CNN.com...

Photo provided by Harlena Munnings

Trinity welcomes new Coordinator of Student Organizations and Leadership

Harlena Munnings stepped into her role on Nov. 1
Gloria Farris, News Reporter November 3, 2021

After just over four years as coordinator for Student Programs, Shannon Twumasi stepped down in July 2021 and Trinity created a search committee of faculty, staff and students to fill the position. Harlena...

The end of an era: President Danny Anderson takes his leave and Trinity starts to seek his successor

The end of an era: President Danny Anderson takes his leave and Trinity starts to seek his successor

The individual to fill the role will ultimately be chosen by the Board of Trustees
Gloria Farris, News Reporter November 3, 2021

On Oct. 11, university president Danny Anderson announced, in a campus-wide email, his plans to retire at the end of the academic year. Now, Trinity begins the process of seeking a new president. Anderson...

TU Gaming seeks space for competitive esports

TU Gaming seeks space for competitive esports

Club tries to level up with push for new competition area and support from administration
Gloria Farris, News Reporter October 20, 2021

Trinity University’s gaming club is currently in the process of obtaining its own esports space to play in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) more competitively. To achieve this goal,...

Baseline and surveillance testing conducted on arrival to campus returned eight positive cases. Over 1,000 tests have been administered in the weeks since classes started, according to an email from Tess Coody-Anders, Vice President of Strategic Communications and Marketing.

In-person classes resume amid Delta variant surge

Students readjust to campus life as ProtecTU guidelines continue
Gloria Farris, News Reporter September 9, 2021

Despite students’ growing anticipation of a “normal” fall semester, the new COVID-19 Delta variant and its transmission among the Bexar County population prompted a change of Trinity University’s...

Harrison Hartman, Anna Miller, and Lauren Dotson studying in the CSI

Trinity is cautiously “opening up” as quarantine anniversary approaches

Two weeks after students, faculty and staff arrived on campus for the spring semester, Trinity is opening its grounds in a way that looks very similar to the fall.
Gloria Farris, News Reporter February 7, 2021

On Jan. 14, Danny Anderson, university president, announced in a mass email that for the first two weeks of Trinity’s spring semester, classes and activities would be conducted virtually. Anderson explained...

First-years John Hawes and Sean Mitchell eating dinner at Mabee Dining hall, an Aramark dining service.

Tigers Against Aramark continue push for contract repeal

Student-led group continues to push for alternative dining
Gloria Farris, News Intern December 31, 2020

Earlier this October, the student group Tigers Against Aramark (TAA) publicized the demand that Trinity break its contract with the food provider Aramark. After releasing a shared statement and sharing...

The academic honor council has continued conducting meetings and hearings over Zoom to address issues of academic dishonesty throughout the semester. Photo credit: Claire Sammons

Academic honor council sees a spike in cases

Gloria Farris October 29, 2020

With the online semester introducing a new set of opportunities for academic dishonesty, the academic honor council has seen a spike in cases this fall. “Unfortunately, we do have a lot more cases...

Imran Khan, junior biochemistry and molecular biology major and Trinity’s PIHE coordinator, established a branch of Partners in Health Engage on Trinity’s campus after learning about global inequities in healthcare. Photo credit: Kate Nuelle

Students strive for global health equity

Gloria Farris October 14, 2020

image by Kate Nuelle For Trinity students, health and equality have become top priorities this year more than ever. Naturally, a club to address such issues has risen to the occasion. Partners in...

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