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More than a march: Trinity celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Trinity community participates in 36th annual Martin Luther King march
Monica Martinez, News Reporter January 19, 2023

Monday, the Trinity community boarded buses to attend the 36th annual Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) march hosted by the City of San Antonio and the San Antonio Martin Luther King, Jr. commission. This...

Ideas for winter fun

Ideas for winter fun

List of events and ideas for general fun to keep you busy when school isn’t
Spencer Schyma, Arts & Entertainment Reporter November 18, 2022

Around this time of the semester, burnout, abundant stress and precious little free time is a fact of life at Trinity, but it doesn’t hurt to start thinking about what you're going to do with all that...

San Antonio sheriff investigates Florida governor’s migrant flight political stunt

San Antonio sheriff investigates Florida governor’s migrant flight political stunt

Javier Salazar holds Ron DeSantis accountable for flights to Martha’s Vineyard
Joshua Mitra, News Reporter October 27, 2022

Roughly 50 immigrants, primarily Venezuelan migrants, were flown out of the San Antonio airport to Martha’s Vineyard, a popular Massachusetts summer destination, on Sept. 14. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis...

Zombies descend on San Antonio

Zombies descend on San Antonio

For one frightful night, a group of the undead gather in downtown San Antonio to walk from Hemisfair to the Alamo
Adison Miser, Arts & Entertainment Reporter October 27, 2022

Last Saturday in downtown San Antonio, passersby might have thought a zombie apocalypse had taken over the city. This migration was none other than the San Antonio Zombie Walk, an annual event that supports...

Decorations in the Richardson Communication Center.

San Antonio’s spooky side

Halloween has taken hold of San Antonio and created a spooky atmosphere for everyone to enjoy
Emily Fisher, Pulse Reporter October 20, 2022

Getting into the Halloween spirit isn’t a difficult task in San Antonio. Whether you're a die-hard fan of horror or more family-friendly spooks, there is definitely an activity for everybody. Trinity...

Hide your pets, Fashion Week is here

Hide your pets, Fashion Week is here

Fashion week: friend? Or foe?
Diya Contractor, Intern September 22, 2022

With Texas Fashion Week (TXFW) being hosted in San Antonio from Oct. 1-7, excitement levels are soaring for what the designers have up their couture sleeves. This year, the show will feature various up-and-coming...

Parking Lot next to Laurie Auditorium.

San Antonio’s car centricity reinforces the Trinity Bubble

Students without cars on campus are limited in their opportunities to engage with the city’s culture.
Alejandra Gerlach, Managing Editor September 22, 2022

When Ella Charbonnet, New Orleans native and sophomore marketing major, first came to Trinity one of the differences she noticed between San Antonio and her hometown was the car-centricity resulting from...

Tapestries on display at the Centro de Artes Gallery

A duality of worlds: The Centro de Artes’ current exhibits

Hernandez and Montelongo are sharing their Latinx experiences in the U.S. through artwork
Spencer Schyma, Arts & Entertainment Reporter September 8, 2022

On the eastern corner of the Historic Market Square downtown sits the Centro de Artes, a beautiful two-story art gallery that dedicates itself to sharing the Latin American experience through Latino artists...

Tea Gardens

Free things to do when you’re bored in San Antonio

Places and events to spend your time but not your money
Spencer Schyma, Arts & Entertainment Reporter September 1, 2022

Do you want to find ways to enjoy San Antonio but you have little to no money in that mangled college bank account? We’ve got you covered. Here are some places and events that cost nothing, plus...

Being a student in Post-Roe v. Wade San Antonio

Being a student in Post-Roe v. Wade San Antonio

Shivani Selladurai, Opinions Columnist September 1, 2022

On June 24 of this past summer, Roe v. Wade was overturned. Constitutional protection over abortion crumbled and was left wide open to the prying hands of the governing states. Anyone who can get pregnant...

Trinity Diversity Connection discusses San Antonio’s Fiesta celebration

Trinity Diversity Connection discusses San Antonio’s Fiesta celebration

Scholars examine Fiesta’s history and cultural appropriation vs. appreciation
Ivanna Bass Caldera, News Reporter March 31, 2022

For the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the famous Fiesta celebration will return with all of its events in the spring (March 30 – April 10). According to the Fiesta San Antonio...

Art is all around us if we look a little closer

Art is all around us if we look a little closer

Ashley Allen, Arts Columnist February 10, 2021

Where can we find art? When thinking of appropriate places for art, often museums, galleries or private collection spaces come to mind. However, art outside of these boundaries is still art, and should...

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