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Barbara Schaal Photo credit: Matthew Claybrook

Lecturer urges scientists to diversify

Gabriella Garriga October 3, 2019

Photo by Matthew ClaybrookEvolutionary biologist and guest lecturer Barbara Schaal spoke to about 150 Trinity students and San Antonio community members about the importance of applying scientific discovery...

Photo credit: Genevieve Humphreys

Erin Hood to leave CELCS for new role

Noelle Barrera April 25, 2019

photo by Genevieve HumphreysErin Hood, assistant director of the Center for Experiential Learning and Success (CELCS), is leaving her position and teaching next year in a new field of study — the...

Constantine Kouldukis, left, and Gabriel Levine, right, enjoy living the frat life together. photo by Amani Canada, photo editor

Living among the frat boys

Gabriel Levine February 22, 2018

With senior year at Trinity comes the opportunity to live off campus. For most people, this involves either an apartment or a house with one to three other people. I, however, decided to go for the sitcom...

On atheism and open-mindedness

On atheism and open-mindedness

Alexander Jacobs February 21, 2018

G.K. Chesterton, a notable convert to Catholicism from the 20th century, once rightly pointed out, “Merely having an open mind is nothing. The object of opening the mind, as of opening the mouth, is...

photo by Amani Canada

Discovering a higher level of religious discourse

Gabriel Levine January 18, 2018

This time last year, I wrote an article in which, among other things, I described my infatuation with New Atheists like Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens and Sam Harris. In that article, I said, “From...

Trinity visits Rice University for GCURS presentation

Dominic Walsh November 8, 2017

Last Saturday, several Trinity students presented their research at the Gulf Coast Undergraduate Research Symposium (GCURS), which is an annual research conference at Rice University with 10 sections ranging...

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