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Sustainability committee searches for composting system fix

Rebecca Wicker October 17, 2019

Photo by Matthew Claybrook.A university sustainability committee, composed of faculty, students, administrators and Aramark representatives, is searching for a solution for the current composting system...

Trinity's deep roots in fossil fuels

Trinity’s deep roots in fossil fuels

Jolie Francis October 3, 2019

Graphic by Quinn Butterfield Over its 150-year history, Trinity has been funded with money created from oil and gas drilling. As the climate crisis looms, some professors and students think it’s...

Does solar energy have a bright future on campus?

Does solar energy have a bright future on campus?

Jolie Francis April 25, 2019

Photo provided by Elliot BlakeFollowing a presentation by senior environmental studies students, the university is looking into the addition of solar panels to the new Chapman-Halsell building and potentially...

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Trinity strives for sustainability in landscaping

Kaylie King April 7, 2019

Graphic by Alexandra ParrisTrinity’s grounds management team is responsible for maintaining Trinity’s landscape, working on a variety of different landscaping projects throughout the year....

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Dining Services cuts down food waste

Kaylie King April 4, 2019

Photo by Genevieve HumphreysDining services has cut down compostable pre-consumer waste from 625 pounds per week to 500 pounds per week. The current total amount of waste per week at Mabee Dining Hall...

Lisa Gonzales at Steak n Shake Photo credit: Matthew Claybrook

Before the serving line: Where your food comes from

Jolie Francis February 13, 2019

Photo by Matthew ClaybrookBelieve it or not, food at Mabee doesn’t just appear out of nowhere. A section on sustainability was added in Aramark’s most erecent contract with Trinity University...

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The Chapman-Halsell Complex project moves forward

Kendra Derrig February 2, 2019

Construction on the Chapman-Halsell Complex is slated to begin this summer after months of consulting with architects and committees of faculty and staff. The construction will mean interior renovations...

SGA launches City Vista recycling initiatives

SGA launches City Vista recycling initiatives

Kaylie King October 26, 2018

The Student Government Association’s Sustainability Committee, in partnership with the Office of Sustainability, introduced free clear plastic bags for recyclables and a plastic grocery bag recycling...

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Why recycling is garbage

Julia Weis October 26, 2018

The only truly scary thing this Halloween is the fact that we're facing a climate crisis that's going to destroy the world in our lifetime. Instead of being spooked, we can try to make a difference as...

SGA continues progress made last spring

SGA continues progress made last spring

Kaylie King August 23, 2018

This fall semester, Student Government Association (SGA) will continue to strive toward the goals they set in the spring semester, including moving forward with many different projects and initiatives. “The...

illustration by Julia Poage, staff illustrator

Earth week promotes sustainability and fun

Gabriella Garriga April 25, 2018

Trinity's Stand Band blared their horns to help attract students and professors to the Earth Week Festival last Friday. Once they arrived, Eco Allies members taught professors and students how to recycle,...

Illustration by Andrea Nebhut, staff illustrator

How does Trinity conserve water?

Noelle Barrera February 25, 2018

Most people know a few actions they can personally take to help the environment, whether it's avoiding disposable plastic bottles or taking short showers. But what efforts are the Trinity and San Antonio...

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