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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Exploring the afterlife of San Antonio’s local music scene

Joshua Anaya September 30, 2020

photo by Kate Nuelle For musicians here in San Antonio, the COVID-19 outbreak has opened up an uncharted territory of uncertainty towards what the local music scene will look like in the future. As...

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Fun activities in San Antonio that are COVID-19 safe

Paige Wallace September 30, 2020

photo by Kate Nuelle2020 has been one hell of a year, and it’s safe to say everyone’s stress levels are pretty high right now. While everyone’s first priority should be COVID-19 safety...

9/18 News briefs

9/18 News briefs

Dana Nichols September 18, 2020

Photo by Kate Nuelle Construction on Oakmont The construction, done by the City of San Antonio Public Works Department, was completed in two days. On Sept. 10, the City of San Antonio Public Works...

Special Olympics Club hosts Unified Basketball

Special Olympics Club hosts Unified Basketball

Alejandra Gerlach February 20, 2020

Photo by Alejandra GerlachTrinity’s Special Olympics College Club, in conjunction with Special Olympics San Antonio, kicked off the Unified Basketball season on Feb. 14. The club hosts three Unified...

Trinity should help combat homelessness in San Antonio

Ethan Crane January 23, 2020

Photo by Elizabeth Nelson For nearly three months of every summer, there are vacant dormitories on Trinity University’s campus. As an economics major, I find this to be incredibly inefficient, and...

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Get out of your musical comfort zone

Katy Browne, Arts and Entertainment Reporter November 13, 2019

Illustration by Ren Rader Most people are “really into music” in some way or another. Most people would like to experience it in a better way than via earpods between classes or from muffled speakers...

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An inside look at student discounts

Noelle Barrera November 11, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutAre you restless with eating on campus, or do you just want to try something new, but don't have a lot of money to spend? An assortment of restaurants and popular snack companies...

Experience life outside of the Bubble

Experience life outside of “the Bubble”

Editorial Board November 7, 2019

Everyone likes to talk about the "Trinity Bubble." Most Trinity students feel comfortable within this mile radius in which we reside for at least three years, and it's kind of cool that alumni can come...

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Find places in SA that you can vibe with

Kathleen Creedon November 7, 2019

Illustration by Genevieve HumphreysAs San Antonians, we're used to giving people recommendations of things to do, see and eat while in town, and we've come up with a go-to list that (fortunately) does...

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Residential Life hosts Spurs Night

Megan Flores October 31, 2019

Illustration by Ren RaderOver the past few weeks, the Office of Residential Life promoted and sold tickets to the San Antonio Spurs home game on Oct. 26 at the AT&T Center against the Washington Wizards....

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