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Fall study abroad programs canceled due to safety, logistical concerns

Fall study abroad programs canceled due to safety, logistical concerns

Kendra Derrig April 9, 2020

Illustration by Andrea NebhutThis article is a part of the Trinitonian’s remote coverage due to Trinity University’s response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Click here to read the rest...

Ten students pioneered the Trinity in Spain program in Madrid. Upon return to the United States, the students were surprised by how few of their credits applied to Pathways, Trinity's curriculum. Photo provided by Katsuo Nishikawa.

Study abroad paves a new pathway

Kathleen Creedon January 24, 2018

Last semester, 10 students and one professor flew to Madrid for Trinity’s first full-semester study abroad program, Trinity in Spain. Though the students were warned that they might not get credit for...

A panel of faculty gathered to help students feel more comfortable with failing and to help them see it as a stepping stone rather than as a setback. Photo by Stephen Sumrall-Orsak

Trinity faculty talks failure

Kendra Derrig November 8, 2017

A panel of five members of Trinity’s faculty from various departments shared their stories of failure in their lives to a group of approximately 30 students. The panel was organized by the Student Success...

Aaron Hoffman, associate professor of political science at Purdue University, was the first lecturer in the guest lecture series on terrorism. Hoffman discussed the influence of media on terrorism. photo by Chloe Sonnier

International studies colloquium addresses terrorism

Cathy Terrace October 10, 2017

Under the direction of Nanette Le Coat, professor of modern languages and literature and director of international studies, the International Studies Colloquium has chosen to focus on terrorism for the...

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