Trinity’s men’s and women’s basketball claims victory against Colorado College

Nayeli Perez February 12, 2014

Both Trinity's men's and women's basketball teams claim a victory against Colorado College on February 1, 2014. A victory of 113-47 carries the men's team on a six-game winning streak. The women's team...

The OId Spice guy.

The craziest advertisement on television

John Mendiola April 19, 2013

Academics, philosophers and thinkers have strong opinions on the effects of advertisements on modern society. Images and sounds selling a product or an idea inundate and scream at our eyes and ears every...

Renae Goettel, 08, discovered her passion for running after graduating from Trinity and has since run two marathons, as well as the Boston Marathon, on Monday, April 15, when the two bombs exploded near the finish line preventing her from finishing the race. Photo courtesy of Renae Goettel.

Q&A with Boston marathon runner Renae Goettel

Tommie Ethington April 19, 2013

Renae Goettel, an alumna who graduated from Trinity with a degree in communication and sociology in 2008, discovered her passion for running two years ago and has been beating the odds ever since. Goettel,...

Senior Jennifer Lewish hangs a painting in preparation for the opening of Kunstkammer, the 2013 senior art show which will open at 5 p.m. Thursday, April 25, in the Michael and Noémi Neidorff Art Gallery in the Dicke-Smith Art Building. Photo by Sarah Cooper.

“Kunstkammer” senior art gallery opens in Neidorff Art Gallery Thursday, April 25

Josephine Cortez April 19, 2013

As the end of the semester draws to a close, many graduating seniors are getting ready for the spring 2013 undergraduate commencement ceremony. However, 13 senior art majors have other things on their...

Sophomore Jordan Mayer serves a ball during his match against University of the Incarnate Word Cardinals on April 6. Photo by Anh-Viet Dinh.

Men’s tennis finish regular season with road trip

Chloe Pope-Levison April 19, 2013

The 7th ranked men's tennis team ended its regular season with a road trip around Texas, finishing the weekend 3-1. "I think the team did very well," said senior Erick De la Fuente. "We went 3-1 with...

Junior catcher Ana Garcia catches a line drive while warming up between innings in the Tigers 2-0 loss to Mary Hardin-Baylor last Tuesday. Photo by Aidan Kirksey.

Softball team experiences tough series loss

Chloe Pope-Levison April 12, 2013

The women's softball team ended their nine-game winning streak last Tuesday night after losing two games to the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. "We did not play how we know we can play," said sophomore...

Assistant professor of communication Aaron Delwiche does communications research on a broad range of topics, from cyberbullying to video games and propaganda to political persuasion. Photo by Sarah Cooper.

Professors advocate against cyberbullying

Faith Ozer April 12, 2013

On the evening of Thursday, April 4, Aaron Delwiche, assistant professor of communication, and Jennifer Henderson, associate professor and chair of communication, spoke to students at Winston School...

Char Miller’s new book, “On the Edge: Water, Immigration, and Politics in the Southwest,” is a collection of essays that explores  environmental, cultural and political issues that challenge the southwest. Right: Miller is currently director of environmental analysis and W.M. Keck Professor of environmental analysis at Pomona College. Photo courtesy of Burgin Streetman.

Author and former Trinity professor Char Miller discusses his new book “On the Edge: Water, Immigration and Politics in the Southwest”

Joe O'Connell April 5, 2013

Char Miller, former professor of history at Trinity University, will discuss his new book "On the Edge: Water, Immigration, and Politics in the Southwest" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 11, in the Holt...

A bottle of Strongbow, a popular English cider.

Hard ciders no longer a hard sell

Paul Cuclis April 5, 2013

Until recently, I lumped hard cider in the same category as Smirnoff Ice and other pre-made cocktails, a category to which beer and wine drinkers often condescend. Yet despite this negative reputation,...

Sophomore Lauren Mercado rounds first base in a game against Schreiner University earlier in the season in which the women swept the series. Photo by Aidan Kirksey.

Softball dominates early conference play

Chloe Pope-Levison April 5, 2013

The softball team kicked off SCAC play two weeks ago with a bang, sweeping the University of Dallas 4-0. "Our pre-conference competition was tough," said sophomore catcher Brittany Haby. "We really...

Sophomore Dominique Davis utilized a brand new water dispenser, one of the many placed in residence halls and other buildings on campus. Photo by Anh-Viet Dinh.

New water dispensers encourage campus sustainability

Jeremy Keys March 22, 2013

Ten new water fountains and several new water bottle dispensers are being or have been installed on campus thanks to funds allocated last spring by the campus administration and Association of Student...

First year Connor Dunn fires the ball at his opponents during a doubles match with John Hopkins University on Wednesday. Photo by Sarah Cooper.

Men’s tennis excels over spring break

Chloe Pope-Levison March 22, 2013

Over spring break, the men's tennis team headed on a road trip through California, ending the week 3-2. "We ended up with a 3-2 record which of the teams we played was really positive," said junior...

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