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Black History Month Spotlight: Naya Rivera

Black History Month Spotlight: Naya Rivera

Trinity students share how the late star's character on Glee impacted them
Kayla Padilla, Editor-in-Chief February 12, 2021

Santana Lopez, Naya Rivera’s most memorable television character, served as a vessel for the Afro-Latinx queer experience for countless young girls. The late actress, who was tragically recovered on...

The football team practices on the field in the fall. Sports will return this spring while classes remain virtual until at least Feb. 8.

Classes shift online while sports receive green light

Students, athletes react to President Anderson's announcement
Gail Grady, Sports Reporter January 19, 2021

On Thursday Jan. 14, Trinity surprised many students by announcing that all classes will be virtual from Jan. 25 until at least Feb. 8 due to the increased spread of COVID-19 and hospitalization rates...

Basketball, men's tennis teams kick-start Trinity's spring seasons

Basketball, men’s tennis teams kick-start Trinity’s spring seasons

First games in 10 months return some sense of normalcy to Trinity
Brian Yancelson, Sports Editor January 18, 2021

Last weekend, the men’s and women’s basketball teams traveled to Houston to face the University of St. Thomas while the men’s tennis team hosted Rice University. Most years, that sounds like a typical...

News brief: 11/6

News brief: 11/6

Dana Nichols November 5, 2020

graphic by Kate Nuelle Student Accessibility Services introduces face-covering exemption policy Members of the Trinity community were invited by the university, beginning Nov. 2, to provide feedback...

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How TikTok helped me find my new favorite musician

Jordyn Guzman November 5, 2020

illustration by Kate NuelleOk, I’m gonna say it. I am not a fan of TikTok. Sure, I have an account and watch singular videos that my friends send me, but I don’t post or scroll through it for...

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Why Quentin Tarantino’s movies actually suck, Part I: Exploiting film actresses for his foot fetish

Victoria Stringer November 4, 2020

illustration by Kate NuelleDISCLAIMER FOR THE COMMENT SECTION: First of all, this is not a personal attack on your taste in movies; we were all hoodwinked by the same algorithm. I am also not implying...

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Exploring the afterlife of San Antonio’s art organizations

Joshua Anaya October 29, 2020

photo by Kate Nuelle Local art venues like the San Antonio Museum of Art (SAMA) and Artpace San Antonio have been anxious to re-open their doors to the public to ensure that creators and SA citizens...

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News brief: 10/30

Dana Nichols October 29, 2020

graphic by Kate Nuelle.University sees a spike in casesTwo weeks following students' first and only three-day weekend, Trinity is seeing an increase in COVID-19 cases, peaking at 12 reported cases and...

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Queer coding of American classic horror films

Savannah Wahlgren October 28, 2020

illustration by Kate NuelleWhen modern audiences look back on classic horror movies, there’s a general consensus that these films are no longer scary. It makes sense when the horror films of today...

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Just because you’re hurting does not mean you can hurt others

Shelby Sperling October 21, 2020

illustration by Kate NuelleSo you’ve had a bad day, or maybe even a bad month. Heck, maybe you’re having a bad year. If that’s the case, you’re not alone. Whether you struggle with...

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Medieval and Renaissance studies relaunches colloquium

Jolie Francis April 3, 2019

Photo by Genevieve HumpreysThe medieval and Renaissance studies program held a colloquium on March 29 for students to present their research and analysis of artworks through the Middle Ages and Renaissance...

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