Trinitonian

Mirage yearbook sent to presses

Mirage yearbook sent to presses

Editors, staff overcome challenges while documenting school year
Mikayla Mullin, Pulse Reporter March 28, 2021

It’s been a historic year under COVID-19, which means that the Mirage, Trinity’s yearbook, had the opportunity to make a historic yearbook. Now that the 2020-2021 Mirage has gone to the presses, how...

Previously, on SGA: The Last Meeting (Maybe)

Previously, on SGA: The Last Meeting (Maybe)

Kathleen Creedon April 16, 2020

The following covers them meeting on April 15.CLIMATE CHECKPresident Claire Carlson, junior, opened the floor to campus-related discussion and specifically asked how registration was going for SGA members....

Tune in each week for Kathleen Creedon's SGA summaries. SGA meets at 6 p.m. on Mondays in the Waxahachie Room in Coates University Center.

Previously, on SGA: The Long and Winding Meeting

Kathleen Creedon April 26, 2018

This covers the meeting on April 23. CAMPUS CLIMATE CHECK Junior senator Julia Shults, member of the committee created to find a new First-Year Experience coordinator, asked SGA members to reach out...

Tune in each week for Kathleen Creedon's SGA summaries. SGA meets at 6 p.m. on Mondays in the Waxahachie Room in Coates University Center.

Previously, on SGA: Best Funds Forever

Kathleen Creedon April 17, 2018

This covers the meeting on April 16.   CAMPUS CLIMATE CHECK Nick Santulli, senior and senator emeritus, asked for feedback on the recent dining services exhibition that was held in Mabee dining...

Tune in each week for Kathleen Creedon's SGA summaries. SGA meets at 6 p.m. on Mondays in the Waxahachie Room in Coates University Center.

Previously, on SGA: Funny Money

Kathleen Creedon March 6, 2018

This covers the SGA meeting on March 5.   GUEST COMMENTS Sophomore Marleny Salas expressed concern about the evening EcoGrounds shift. Salas explained that the shift includes long hours...

Graphic by Tyler Herron

Questions arise over Federal Work-Study funds

Daniel Conrad November 9, 2017

By Daniel Conrad and Kathleen Creedon Students eligible for Federal Work-Study (FWS) jobs who work for Campus Publications, Recreational Sports and TUVAC are being paid with money collected via the student...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
Mirage