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Construction next to the green space behind Murchison

Putting words to action for campus sustainability

Students, faculty and staff seek new initiatives to advance the future of Trinity’s sustainability practices following sustainability director Sharon Curry being let go
Monica Martinez, News Reporter September 22, 2022

Prospective college students consider many things when deciding what university to attend: location, the availability of transportation and the surrounding community. In recent years, with the increasingly...

Connecting Communities: Latinx Heritage Month at Trinity

Connecting Communities: Latinx Heritage Month at Trinity

Groups on campus host events in September and October to celebrate Latinx culture
Monica Martinez, News Reporter September 15, 2022

Even with Trinity’s student population being predominantly white (51.5% of the student population identifies as white and 30.6% as Latinx), Latinx culture surrounds the school. Americanization has...

Trinitys Emergency Blue Light System.

Not Just Blue Lights: How Trinity keeps students safe

TUPD offers resources to help students feel secure on campus
Monica Martinez, News Reporter September 8, 2022

On college campuses across the United States, blue light emergency poles are a common sight. These tall looming poles are a very public indicator that a college campus advocates for student safety. Each...

Illustration of the Tigers for Ethical Dining logo

A tiger can change its stripes: Tigers Against Aramark rebrands to Tigers For Ethical Dining

Tigers for Ethical Dining advocate for positive change in the dining experience
Monica Martinez, News Reporter September 1, 2022

Student organization Tigers Against Aramark (TAA) rebranded to Tigers For Ethical Dining (TFED) in July 2022 as they communicated with Trinity administration during the Request for Proposal (RFP) process....

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