Coed Greek life could eliminate supportive spaces

Coed Greek life could eliminate supportive spaces

Benjamin Gonzalez August 15, 2018

Breaking down barriers and eliminating gender exclusivity sounds, on paper, like the perfect way to push society towards a more welcoming and diverse environment. That is why many are beginning to advocate...

graphic by Tyler Herron

From the Editors’ Desk: Bid Day? Nah, rush Trinitonian

Editorial Staff February 1, 2018

This issue of the Trinitonian is dated for Friday: Bid Day. You’ll probably notice the line of people in Coates as they anxiously await their bid cards. If you don’t see them, you’ll almost certainly...

Sophomore Alexandra Parris crochets in the CSI building. After taking up crocheting in 2016, Parris began offering her skills to other students at a small price. photo by Stephen Sumrall-Orsak

Making art and making money

Kara Killinger January 31, 2018

Alexandra Parris began crocheting in November of 2016. Her great-uncle had recently passed away, and she was wandering the bright aisles of Walmart late at night, looking for groceries and perhaps something...

Some members of the 2017-2018 Greek Council executive board pose together by Miller Fountain during Bid Day 2017. Co-author Claire Poland stands second from the left. photo by Daniel Conrad

A farewell from the 2017-2018 Greek Council executives

Claire Poland January 28, 2018

As Bid Day quickly approaches, Greek Council has been busy preparing to welcome all the New Active Classes of 2018. This process has allowed us to reflect back on the past year on Greek Council, and for...

Jeremy Allen, assistant director for fraternity and sorority life, joins last years Greek Council in a meeting last April. This years Greek Council executive board will transition into their roles on Feb. 2, 2018. File photo.

New Greek Council executive board elected

Kaylie King January 24, 2018

Late last semester, nine of the 10 positions on Greek Council's executive board were filled after elections were held. The communications chair remains vacant due to a rule limiting any one organization...

Presence is a program that is intended to help student organizations become more involved with their audiences on campus. The program collects information from Tiger Cards to help organizations learn more about the people attending their events. Photo by Kathleen Creedon, news editor.

Organizations check in with Presence

Cathy Terrace January 17, 2018

Student organizations now have access to register potential and current members on a new software system known as Presence, Presence, a program intended to help students manage their organizations more...

Students listen to Katherine Hewitt, coordinator of Wellness Services, in a public Body Project training session hosted Friday, Sept. 29. photo by Chloe Sonnier

The Body Project returns to campus

Cathy Terrace October 3, 2017

This year, members of Trinity sororities will partake in the Body Project, a group initiative that promotes healthy body image on campus. Last year, there were roughly 50 workshop attendants and 15 peer...

Graphic by Tyler Herron

Students perform balancing act between Greek life, athletics

Hailey Wilson September 25, 2017

Year after year, the largest portion of Trinity's student population are student athletes and members of Greek Life. These subgroups tend to blend together, but it hasn't always been that way. In the past,...

Go Greek!

Go Greek!

Jeremy Allen September 13, 2017

My Trinity journey began as an eager 18 year old, unsure of my major, my future or what people meant by "the magic stones." Between navigating classes, meeting new hallmates and exploring the food scene...

Illustration by Yessenia Lopez.

New year, renewed spirit

Cathy Terrace August 23, 2017

As a new semester rolls around, campus leaders look for new ways to foster a more involved student experience. This initiative has led to the creation of an ad hoc spirit committee, whose goal is to foster...

Inquiry into Phi Sigma Chi yields two violations

Jeff Sullivan April 28, 2017

Phi Sigma Chi was placed under investigation for potential hazing violations in March. Greek Council handled the inquiry which yielded two violations. "After our information collection process it was...

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