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Rachel Boaz Toppel, Zachary Neeley and Brian Yancelson serve on a subcomittee that is organizing a voter registration contest. Photo credit: Kate Nuelle

TU Census and Voter Engagement Task Force prepares for November elections

Jake Perry September 10, 2020
With students all across the country, the task force aims to provide everyone with resources to vote in the 2020 November elections.
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Ability Awareness Fair held by education department

Kayla Padilla February 18, 2020
Fair aims to connect students with off-campus opportunities
Katie Ramirez Photo credit: Matthew Claybrook

Ramirez hired as new director of Career Services

Jolie Francis August 26, 2019
After years of working at Trinity, Katie Ramirez becomes the new director of Career Services.
Students pose with signs they made to protest the building of a chemical plant in a low-income neighborhood. Photo provided by Danyal Tahseen

Students travel, give back on Tiger Breaks

Maria Zaharatos March 23, 2019
Three spring break trips offered unique service opportunities
Photo credit: Genevieve Humphreys

Trinity kicks off 150th anniversary with service and celebration

Kaylie King February 6, 2019
Commemorative events planned throughout the rest of 2019
Fall Tiger Breaks trip to Karnes City is cancelled

Fall Tiger Breaks trip to Karnes City is cancelled

Noelle Barrera October 19, 2018
Unforeseen circumstances hinders volunteer opportunities but will not disrupt future events
photo by Stephen Sumrall-Orsak, staff photographer

Nyamarembo works with TUVAC to give back

Gabriella Garriga April 4, 2018

Spring family weekend is going to look a little different this year. Instead of encouraging families and students to get off campus for a volunteer project, Jolie Nyamarembo, AmeriCorps public ally for...

Experiential Learning revamps Tiger Breaks

Experiential Learning revamps Tiger Breaks

Gabriella Garriga February 1, 2018

Junior Susan Griffith stood in the frozen food aisle feeling hungry and regretting her decision to vote for lasagna. After spending all day cleaning up a New Orleans park, Griffith sat in the car for...

Graphic by Tyler Herron

Questions arise over Federal Work-Study funds

Daniel Conrad November 9, 2017

By Daniel Conrad and Kathleen Creedon Students eligible for Federal Work-Study (FWS) jobs who work for Campus Publications, Recreational Sports and TUVAC are being paid with money collected via the student...

After Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, first-year Jenna Shultz approached TUVAC to discuss ways the university could help. The group has created a GoFundMe page to help support the soldiers of Puerto Rico and their families. illustration by Andrea Nebhut

TUVAC responds to Hurricane Maria

Gabriella Garriga October 31, 2017

Category four Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico late September this year. The storm destroyed the territory, leaving more than three million U.S. citizens without electricity or running water....

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