Tradition transition: New and old traditions in the time of COVID

Dean Brown speaks on how traditions are changing and his plans for the future
Abby Power, News reporter April 28, 2022

Storied traditions have become an integral part of the collegiate culture in the United States. At Trinity University and other institutions across the world, traditions, like many other aspects of life,...

Aliza Holzman-Cantu - Photo provided by Trinity University

Trinity prepares for a virtual Fall Family Weekend

Neha Kumar September 16, 2020

Photo provided by Trinity University This year's Fall Family Weekend, while historically an opportunity for parents to reconnect with their students mid-semester and attend in-person events, will be...

Photo credit: Andrea Nebhut

How not to appropriate culture this Fiesta

Noelle Barrera April 11, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutOne of San Antonio’s most famous traditions, Fiesta, is coming up soon with its annual festive floats, street vendors and crowded celebrations — and with it can...

illustration by Yessenia Lopez, staff illustration

Breaking outside the United States border

Andja Bjeletich January 24, 2018

Twinkling lights, the sweet smell of hot cocoa, and the heat from a yule log are typical American traditions during Christmas time. International students, however, often have different holiday traditions. Sophie...

illustration by Yessenia Lopez

Students reflect on not celebrating Halloween

Kaylie King October 26, 2017

As Halloween approaches, many students are excited for the holiday and are making plans to celebrate. However, some students either choose not to celebrate or grew up not celebrating, and view Halloween...


Dia de los Muertos and Halloween: A tale of two traditions

Abigail Wharton October 25, 2017

Although they fall around the same time of year and seem to celebrate all things sugary and skeletal, Dia de los Muertos and Halloween are two distinct traditions that are not to be confused. Dia de...

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