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Individualist policies are the opposite of wellness

Noelle Barrera September 10, 2020

As the fall semester begins, universities across the US have taken drastically different approaches to how their communities will learn this semester -- from having all-remote semesters, to a mixture of...

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New ICE Policy Looms Over International Students

Victoria Henretty August 27, 2020

Photo by Kate Nuelle In March, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE) released a policy that would prohibit international students from taking all of their courses online in the United...

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Strict attendance policies uphold ableism

Victoria Henretty February 20, 2020

Illustration by Andrea NebhutI am thankful to say that during my time at Trinity, I have had amazing professors. Every semester I walk away thinking about how lucky I am to have some of the professors...

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Only those qualified should talk abortion

Bella Spangher August 29, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutImagine if Student A asked Student B the question “What do you think about the United States’ increasing abortion restrictions?” while waiting for their Spanish...

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Trinity proposes updates to drug policy

Dominic Anthony August 22, 2019

Photo by Oliver Chapin-EiserlohWill students caught in possession of legal hemp be subject to the same penalties and disciplinary actions as students caught with illegal cannabis?In a proposed update of...

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Anderson discusses trustee diversification

Gabriella Garriga November 2, 2018

Since he took office, Danny Anderson, president of the university, has looked for ways to diversify the Board of Trustees, the 27 people who oversee every aspect of the university, in ethnicity, gender...

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University releases new political activity guidelines for RSO’s based on ACE memo

Kendra Derrig October 19, 2018

Many in the Trinity community have questioned the future of partisan political activity on campus over the last few weeks as the university worked to establish clear guidelines concerning political events...

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Trinity proposes changes to protest policies

Skylr McCormick-Isom April 26, 2018

Trinity University policies are currently undergoing changes that may be implemented next semester. According to Jamie Thompson, director of Student Involvement, a committee made up of faculty and SGA...

Luis Martínez, director of entrepreneurship, welcomes students interested in creating a business to contact his office. Photo by Chloe Sonnier

Department encourages on-campus businesses

Noelle Barrera February 11, 2018

According to Article O Section 3 of the student handbook, students are not allowed to sell merchandise, products or services on campus. However, the university permits students affiliated with the entrepreneurship...

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Tobacco 21 hurts San Antonio youth and government

Manfred Wendt January 24, 2018

The San Antonio City Council rang in the new year by raising the age required to purchase tobacco from 18 to 21. I was personally very disappointed by the decision, but not surprised at all. San Antonio,...

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Diane Graves, a passionate mentor

Nicholas Shockey November 9, 2017

What has been the most important part of your time at Trinity?  For me, it is the faculty who care deeply for their students, whose passion is helping students find their own. The right mentor can cultivate...

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TU focuses on the wrong housing issues

Theresa Ho November 8, 2017

I finally started to read the Campus Master Plan this weekend. Fifty-six pages in, I am humbled by the obvious time and energy the Campus Master Plan Committee put into this document. As it is, Trinity...

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