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Trinity community gears up for mayoral election

Trinity community gears up for mayoral election

Jolie Francis May 2, 2019

Graphic by Alexandra ParrisTrinity faculty, staff and students will flock to the polls this Saturday to cast a vote in the San Antonio mayoral election — a packed race of nine candidates, including...

Photo credit: Genevieve Humphreys

What are you doing May 4?

Soleil Gaffner April 25, 2019

Illustration by Genevieve HumphreysMay 4 is the official election day for San Antonio. This election has a lot at stake: each district has two or more candidates and the mayoral seat has a whopping nine....

Photo credit: Julia Weis

Eva Schloss, stepsister of Anne Frank, tells her story of surviving the Holocaust

Julia Weis March 21, 2019

Photo by Julia WeisEva Schloss met Anne Frank when she was 11 years old. The girls were playmates who lived in the same apartment building in Amsterdam, both from families who fled the Nazi regime in Germany...

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Photo credit: Julia Weis

Trinity students and faculty raise awareness for SA Climate Ready Plan

Noelle Barrera February 21, 2019

Photo by Julia WeisSan Antonio's City Council is currently preparing to vote on the Climate Action and Adaptation Plan (CAAP), which is part of a larger initiative called SA Climate Ready. Led by the City...

David Lesch, Ewing Halsell distinguished professor of history at Trinity, spoke about the political strife in Syria, as well as his connections to the country and its leader, Bashar al-Assad. The  Contemporary hosted Lesch on Nov. 9. 
photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer

The Contemporary hosts lecture on Syria

Bobby Watson November 16, 2017

David Lesch, Ewing Halsell distinguished professor of history at Trinity, discussed his personal relationship with Bashar al-Assad "” Syria's head of state "” and his work with the Syrian refugee crisis...

Many San Antonio gas stations ran out of gas daily due to a high demand after Hurricane Harvey hit Texas. Photo by Kathleen Creedon

Rumors of gas shortage incite frenzy

Cathy Terrace September 12, 2017

This past week, Texas faced extreme gas shortages and long lines at fill up stations around the state. Following Hurricane Harvey, rumors spread that gas would run out. Though no evidence was supported...

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