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A day in the life of the Tiger Card Office

Marielle Anne Sambilay January 30, 2020

Photo by Martina AlmeidaThe Tiger Card Office, located beneath the George M. Storch Memorial Building, is one of the first stops an incoming student makes when they arrive at Trinity. There, first-year...

Photo credit: Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh

Admin. decision: Chick-fil-A stays

Gabriella Garriga August 29, 2019

Photo by Oliver Chapin-EiserlohChick-fil-A was first brought to campus during Aug. 2018, after many students recommended it in the Food Services Survey conducted in Spring 2018. After almost a full school...

Photo credit: Genevieve Humphreys

New dining options find success on campus

Kaylie King April 15, 2019

Photo by Genevieve HumphreysWith the addition of several new dining options on campus last semester, some dining services staff were unsure of how these new options would affect business at dining options...

Lisa Gonzales at Steak n Shake Photo credit: Matthew Claybrook

Before the serving line: Where your food comes from

Jolie Francis February 13, 2019

Photo by Matthew ClaybrookBelieve it or not, food at Mabee doesn’t just appear out of nowhere. A section on sustainability was added in Aramark’s most erecent contract with Trinity University...

Photo credit: Matthew Claybrook

Dining Services continues to augment dining options on campus

Kaylie King January 23, 2019

Trinity Dining Services has unveiled more dining options for this semester. While there has been some deviation from the original plan for the dining revamp, several new or redesigned dining options have...

Promised dining options to open soon

Promised dining options to open soon

Kaylie King September 24, 2018

Trinity staff is working to complete the installation of new dining options. The On the Fly food truck, Tiger Press juice bar, Starbucks, Batch 101 teaching kitchen and the Daily Grind are all scheduled...

ACU partnered with Bird scooters. Should Trinity?

ACU partnered with Bird scooters. Should Trinity?

Jolie Francis September 6, 2018

Electric scooters run by the Bird company are finally making their way onto the Trinity campus after their introduction to San Antonio in late June. Students have taken the opportunity to zip around campus...

Starbucks opening delayed

Starbucks opening delayed

Kaylie King September 5, 2018

The opening of Starbucks in Coates library has been delayed due to issues with permitting. The original projected opening date was Sept. 10, but that date has now been pushed back to mid-October. “There...

The cashier stand, the covered salad bar, and the new Daily Grind Photo credit: Elizabeth Nelson

Aramark brings new dining options to Trinity students

Kaylie King August 15, 2018

Following the renewal of Aramark's dining services contract in February, there will be a variety of changes and updates to dining services this semester, primarily the addition of new dining options.Brand...

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: Call Me Mabee

Kathleen Creedon March 1, 2018

This covers the SGA meeting on Feb. 26.   GUEST COMMENTS David Tuttle, dean of students; Bruce Bravo, senior director of conferences and auxiliary services; and Paul Wright, director of business...

graphic by Tyler Herron

From the Editors’ Desk: Aramark renewal an opportunity to affect real change

Editorial Staff March 1, 2018

When we first heard that the Dining Services Request for Proposals (RFP) committee had opted to renew the university’s contract with Aramark, newsroom opinions were divided. Were we really going to...

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