The Student News Site of Trinity University


The Student News Site of Trinity University


The Student News Site of Trinity University


The Mona Lisa covered in soup color

An art historian’s perspective on the souping of the Mona Lisa

Vivian Le, Social Media Coordinator February 15, 2024

Art vandalism is nothing if not polarizing, and it’s a topic I deal with a lot as an art history major who aspires to work in museums. It’s weird to be expected to denounce art vandalism just because...

Northrup Post: From left to right:
Gavin Saunders, Zack Dudley, Robert Arsisga, Deven Kirpalani, Mattias Rytting , Morgan Ross, Sonya Patel, Elliott Huang, Molly Ruby, Camryn Sperling, Ellen Shippey, Jade Humphrey, Ivana Padron

Climate Changed takes over Trinity parking

Class addresses environmental impacts of parking lots with PARK(ing) Day
Eve Slemp, News Reporter September 28, 2023

Climate Changed, the first-year experience (FYE) class, participated in the global event, “PARK(ing) Day,” by occupying parking lots with informational stands, art and other creative ways to highlight...

Free speech is not always agreeable

Free speech is not always agreeable

Gabriel Odom April 24, 2020
In response to Josh Anaya's "A case against the idolization of Theresa May"
TFL display prompts alternative signs

TFL display prompts alternative signs

Kara Killinger February 27, 2020
Both sides of abortion debate express their opinions, support for free speech
Unequal crackdowns only worsen the punishment of being poor

Unequal crackdowns only worsen the punishment of being poor

Benjamin Gonzalez November 13, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutA few weeks ago, hundreds of people in New York City filled the subway to protest recent crackdowns on subway fare evasion. Videos of crowds hopping over turnstiles in protest...

Photo credit: Andrea Nebhut

What you can actually do about climate change

Victoria Stringer September 24, 2019
Do not allow yourself to be a pessimist; instead, channel your stress about the environment into productive action
Illustration by Andrea Nebhut, staff illustrator

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...

photo by Allison Wolff, staff photographer

Lysistrata: social change through sexual frustration

Daniel Rothschild April 18, 2018

  The Trinity University theater department raised the curtain last Friday on the last main-stage production of the Spring semester: Aristophanes’ “Lysistrata,” adapted for the modern stage...

illustration by Andrea Nebhut, staff illustrator; graphic by Liz Day, graphics editor

T-Prog to “March For Our Lives”

Amber Adickes March 22, 2018

In response to the mass shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14, which resulted in the death of 17 students, a nationwide protest against gun violence called March For Our Lives, will be held....

Former Ohio senator Nina Turner, Vermont senator Bernie Sanders and former Texas agriculture commissioner Jim Hightower stand together at the March 9 political rally hosted by Trinity Progressives and Our Revolution Texas. This was the first major event handled by the interoffice Event Review Committee. The group aims to improve the way events are created and promoted on campus by establishing clearer communication between the offices involved in the planning process. photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer

TU establishes Event Review Committee to screen future speakers

Jordan Bruce March 22, 2018

This semester, the Event Review Committee (ERC), an interoffice working group, was created to prepare for events on campus. The committee most recently worked with Trinity Progressives (T-Prog) to host...

Stacey Davidson, the advisor for Black Student Union, helped David Tuttle lead the discussion on Colin Kaepernick. photo by Julia Weis

Dean Tuttle holds discussion on Colin Kaepernick, race relations, sports

Saul Malek October 23, 2017

Trinity students and faculty met in the Waxahachie Room on the evening of Oct. 17 for a discussion on the conversation of race within sports to talk about the controversy of athletes kneeling in protest...

Many Spaniards in Madrid are against the referendum and show their support of the Spanish government by carrying flags. Photo by Soleil Gaffner

Students in Madrid experience Catalonian independence movement

Kendra Derrig October 11, 2017

The regional government of Catalonia, Spain "” which includes the city of Barcelona "” held a referendum on Oct. 1 to declare independence from Spain. Trinity students studying abroad in Madrid have...