TUVAC and Catholic Student Group volunteer at an immigration shelter

TUVAC and Catholic Student Group volunteer at an immigration shelter

Noelle Barrera September 14, 2018

Every year during Welcome Week, the Trinity University Volunteer Action Community (TUVAC) hosts a service event aimed at first-year students. Last week on Saturday, Trinity's Catholic Student Group (CSG)...

Photo credit: Henry Pratt

First-years went up; the tower came down

Kendra Derrig August 23, 2018

A portion of the exterior of the Trinity Tower fell to the ground Tuesday evening as first-year students ascended the tower to shake the president's hand, leading to the evacuation of the area due to safety...

It’s OK to be undecided

Editorial Board August 15, 2018

Ask any senior on campus if what they're doing now is anything close to what they imagined it would be four years ago, and most would probably say no. Even the seniors on the Trinitonian had no idea how...

Marketing, Student Life work together to fund NSO

Marketing, Student Life work together to fund NSO

Gabriella Garriga August 15, 2018

Departments across Trinity worked over the summer to make New Student Orientation (NSO) happen, contributing food, Trinity gear and space on campus. This means budgets can collide. NSO consists of a weekend...

Sophia Arriazola discusses being an RA. photo by Stephen Sumrall-Orsak, staff photographer

A day in the life of Resident Assistants

Maggie Lupo April 18, 2018

College can be really awesome because students live away from home and away from parents, with a roommate their own age. But college can also be really difficult for those exact reasons. Unexpected problems...

graphic by Tyler Herron

True oppression and the political problem of the mind

Isaiah Mitchell November 6, 2017

In the midst of one recent midnight dorm discussion, my friend Jonathan brought up the knotty topic of mental health: How much is outside encouragement to blame for things like suicide? More generally,...

First-year students participate in the annual Plunge summer program. 
Photo by Chloe Sonnier

Bridge and Plunge programs bring students to campus early

Kendra Derrig August 17, 2017

Each year, Trinity first-years who participate in the Bridge or Plunge programs move in before New Student Orientation (NSO), providing them the opportunity to acclimate to campus and San Antonio before...

Senior Alexandra Uri searches for her signature from the fall 2014 Honor Code signing. 
Photo by Allison Wolff

Getting to know the Honor Code

Kaylie King August 17, 2017

The Academic Honor Code is an important part of the Trinity community. Because of this, the university will now invite families to watch first-year students sign it at the convocation in Laurie Auditorium...

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