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A look into Eco Allies

The club aims to further improve Trinity’s sustainability efforts
Emma Utzinger, News Reporter November 18, 2021

The TU Eco Allies are an active club in the Trinity community committed to starting sustainability initiatives and raising awareness for environmental justice. The officers of the club are dedicated to...

Aramark: Here to stay or going away?

Aramark: Here to stay or going away?

Campus dining services criticized by Tigers Against Aramark
Abby Power, News reporter November 11, 2021

On Oct. 21, the guest opinion article Tigers Against Aramark: The Next Step in Re-Imagining Dining On-Campus was released in the Trinitonian. Authors and Tigers Against Aramark (TAA) members Rachel Poovathoor,...

Tigers Against Aramark: The Next Step in Re-Imagining Dining On-Campus

Tigers Against Aramark: The Next Step in Re-Imagining Dining On-Campus

Written by: Tigers Against Aramark Members (Rachel Poovathoor, Brandon Niday, Joy Patterson, Ani Siva)

If you’re new to campus, you may not have heard of us. In the summer of 2020, Tigers Against Aramark was born out of frustration, spirit, and determination to fight against our University’s complicity...

First-years John Hawes and Sean Mitchell eating dinner at Mabee Dining hall, an Aramark dining service.

Feasibility study for self-operating dining model approved

The study comes after Tigers Against Aramark (TAA) voiced their concerns about Aramark's ties to the prison-industrial complex
Logan Crews, Web Editor April 25, 2021

A year ago, junior Rachel Poovathoor and sophomore Brandon Niday did not know if the Tigers Against Aramark (TAA) coalition they created would still be active today. They did not know that, thanks to their...

First-years John Hawes and Sean Mitchell eating dinner at Mabee Dining hall, an Aramark dining service.

Tigers Against Aramark continue push for contract repeal

Student-led group continues to push for alternative dining
Gloria Farris, News Intern December 31, 2020

Earlier this October, the student group Tigers Against Aramark (TAA) publicized the demand that Trinity break its contract with the food provider Aramark. After releasing a shared statement and sharing...

Aramark is the provider for all of Trinity’s food services including Mabee dining hall. The goal of Tigers Against Aramark is the termination of Trinity’s contract with the company due to its ties to the prison industrial complex. Photo credit: Trinitonian archive

Students push to end Aramark contract

Sarah Fisher October 14, 2020

image from archives In the wake of the murder of George Floyd, the administration of Trinity University made a commitment to anti-racism. According to the student group Tigers Against Aramark (TAA),...

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