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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...

Photo credit: Andrea Nebhut

BSU’s Black History Month programming celebrates black culture

Noelle Barrera January 30, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutFebruary marks the start of Black History Month, a month dedicated to the recognition and appreciation of black Americans' artistic, political and societal contributions to...

Photo credit: Genevieve Humphreys

MLK speaker Ijeoma Oluo lectures on dismantling systematic racism

Julia Weis January 29, 2019

Photo by Genevieve Humphreys"Resistance is a muscle to be exercised."These are the words of Ijeoma Oluo, the speaker for the 2019 Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Lecture. Oluo spoke to a crowd of...

Photo credit: Matthew Claybrook

Trinity community marches to honor MLK, Jr.’s legacy of racial justice

Noelle Barrera January 23, 2019

Photo by Matthew ClaybrookTrinity students, staff and faculty took to the streets on Monday in honor of the annual City of San Antonio Martin Luther King, Jr. March. The march occurs every January to commemorate...

Students propose African-American Student Affinity Hall

Students propose African-American Student Affinity Hall

Kaylie King November 8, 2018

Students on campus proposed a new living learning community, the African-American Student Affinity Hall, that would serve as a residential space intended for black students on campus. The students involved...

Saying farewell to Stacy Davidson

Saying farewell to Stacy Davidson

Noelle Barrera August 25, 2018

Stacy Davidson, former director of academic success, left Trinity in mid-June after three years on campus.In an interview, Davidson said that her proudest achievement was creating the Tiger Learning Commons...

Mocha Month celebrates black history and culture

Mocha Month celebrates black history and culture

Maggie Lupo February 15, 2018

Picture this: Soul food on Superbowl weekend. That's how the Black Student Union (BSU) kicked off this year's Mocha Month, a series of events meant to inspire a larger dialogue around Black History Month...

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