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Mexico, the Americas and Spain (MAS) program receives $2 million donation

Mexico, the Americas and Spain (MAS) program receives $2 million donation

Carlos and Malú Alvarez, the donors, have been supporters of the MAS program since 2005
Harrison Hartman, News Reporter, Photographer May 5, 2021

With their funding set to conclude in the fall of 2022, Trinity’s Mexico, the Americas, and Spain (MAS) Program started their search for funding in 2020. The program had been sustaining itself from funding...

Antonia Castañeda is one of the speakers at the Chicanas, Politics, and the Chicano Movement talk Photo credit: Kate Nuelle

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

Mikayla Mullin September 23, 2020

illustration by Kate NuelleMost of us have lost all concept of time lately. So, for those who don’t know, it’s September. More significantly, it’s the start of Hispanic Heritage Month,...

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MAS screens “My Name is Maria de Jesus”

Maya Neufeld-Wall February 6, 2020

Photo by Martina AlmeidaBased on a true story, “My Name is Maria de Jesus” is a short film set in San Antonio that flashes between 1956 and the present day to show how events in Maria’s...

Natalia Trevino Photo credit: Matthew Claybrook

Multiple orgs organize for Latinx Heritage Month

Jolie Francis October 3, 2019

Photo by Matthew ClaybrookThe Trinity community is currently in the middle of a four-week celebration of National Latinx Heritage Month. Multiple organizations and departments have put together 10 events...

Global Latinx studies major established

Global Latinx studies major established

Cate Coe September 28, 2019

Photo by Mona MirpourAll the classes that senior Camila Acosta took last year were for a major that didn’t yet exist. Acosta has taken a mix of Spanish, international studies, art history and education...

Photo credit: Genevieve Humphreys

On-campus summer research and internship opportunities accepting applications

Kaylie King January 24, 2019

This summer, many Trinity students will stay on campus to participate in a variety of different research and internship programs. These students will receive on-campus housing, a stipend and an opportunity...

Famous for her viral hit “Dear Straight People,” Denice Frohman discusses her personal experiences as a queer Latina and how they have affected her poetry. Frohman’s work is notable for challenging popular narratives concerning often-overlooked identities, including both racial and sexual minorities, as well as the working class. photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer

Rupture and reclamation at lively Frohman reading

Georgie Riggs February 7, 2018

“I’ve been thinking about what poetry can do in this time of rupture,” said Denice Frohman, poet and latest performer in the MAS Álvarez Seminar when describing her approach to writing in this political...

Many Spaniards in Madrid are against the referendum and show their support of the Spanish government by carrying flags. Photo by Soleil Gaffner

Students in Madrid experience Catalonian independence movement

Kendra Derrig October 11, 2017

The regional government of Catalonia, Spain "” which includes the city of Barcelona "” held a referendum on Oct. 1 to declare independence from Spain. Trinity students studying abroad in Madrid have...

Trinity will celebrate Latinx heritage month through October. file photo

Trinity begins to celebrate Latinx Heritage Month

Kaylie King September 19, 2017

Throughout September and October, the Trinity community honors Latinx culture and community with a lineup of events for Latinx Heritage Month. This is the first year that the university has officially...

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