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Students face predicaments with class registration as spring semester begins

Students reimagine their schedules facing typical issues and last-minute professor leaves
Monica Martinez, News Reporter January 26, 2023

On Nov. 7, 2022, students began to register for their spring semester classes. It was commonplace to see students carefully crafting their schedules, utilizing the “search for sections” feature in...

Construction next to the green space behind Murchison

Putting words to action for campus sustainability

Students, faculty and staff seek new initiatives to advance the future of Trinity’s sustainability practices following sustainability director Sharon Curry being let go
Monica Martinez, News Reporter September 22, 2022

Prospective college students consider many things when deciding what university to attend: location, the availability of transportation and the surrounding community. In recent years, with the increasingly...

Photo credit: Genevieve Humphreys

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...

Three new living communities will be available in fall 2019

Three new living communities will be available in fall 2019

Kaylie King February 28, 2019

Photo by Matthew ClaybrookThis fall, students will have the option to move into three new living-learning communities: the Sustainability Hall, the Afro-Affinity Hall and the Gender Inclusive Hall. Each...

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Photo credit: Julia Weis

Trinity students and faculty raise awareness for SA Climate Ready Plan

Noelle Barrera February 21, 2019

Photo by Julia WeisSan Antonio's City Council is currently preparing to vote on the Climate Action and Adaptation Plan (CAAP), which is part of a larger initiative called SA Climate Ready. Led by the City...

Left to Right: Meredith McGuire, Jessica Guerrero, Richard Reed, Mitch Hagney, Ian Dill

Trinity hosts Climate Action Plan meeting

Jolie Francis September 27, 2018

The department of Sociology and Anthropology organized a meeting over the imminent issue of climate change and what Trinity can do to join San Antonio’s Climate Action Plan (CAP). Community activists,...

As a part of an environmental studies capstone, four seniors, Claire Burrus, Miles Wehner, Shayla Bolding and Willa Rubin, are creating a community hall focused on sustainability. File photo

Seniors propose Sustainability Hall as capstone

Noelle Barrera May 3, 2018

Photo by *file photo* Students in an environmental studies senior capstone course are trying to create a sustainability-themed residence hall where students can improve the environment and bond with...

illustration by Julia Poage, staff illustrator

Earth week promotes sustainability and fun

Gabriella Garriga April 25, 2018

Trinity's Stand Band blared their horns to help attract students and professors to the Earth Week Festival last Friday. Once they arrived, Eco Allies members taught professors and students how to recycle,...

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