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Natalia had just arrived in London when she decided to take a walk over the bridge overlooking the London eye and the scaffolding on the Big Ben. The sun was going down as she was on her way to dinner. Photo credit: Natalia Salas

Missing out on the world is scarier than missing out on Trinity’s campus life

Natalia Salas November 22, 2019

Photo by Natalia SalasIf you go to Trinity, you’ve probably heard the study abroad spiel. You know, the one where faculty, staff and students tell you about how beneficial and life-changing it is....

Photo credit: Ren Rader

Travel paradises come with a cost

Natalia Salas November 7, 2019

Illustration by Ren Rader“Traveling” was my immediate answer when anyone asked what I was looking forward to during my semester abroad. By the looks of the Instagram and Snapchat stories of...

Declassified: Why go home when you could...

Declassified: Why go home when you could…

Gabriella Garriga August 16, 2019

Illustration by Andrea Nebhut Tempted to go home just because you’re bored? Read this guide to find much better ways you can spend your time and money while getting to know San Antonio For many...

Asmara goes to Alabama

Asmara goes to Alabama

Kara Killinger May 2, 2019

photos provided by Asmara LehrmannSenior geoscience major Asmara Lehrmann was wearing a yellow T-shirt and overalls when I met her in Starbucks last Sunday, the day before the last week of classes of the...

Being self-aware while abroad

Being self-aware while abroad

Evan Chambless September 23, 2018

Don’t worry, everyone — I’ve finally made it to Budapest. I’d like to take this opportunity to draw on both my past and more recent travels: I have come to notice how being a tourist, both conspicuous...

photo provided by Katsuo Nishikawa

Visiting the developing world: Learn first, then act

Benjamin Gonzalez April 11, 2018

As I boarded the plane for Managua, Nicaragua this spring break, I wasn’t sure what to expect from the upcoming trip. As part of a course called International Issues in Health and the Environment, I...

Illustration by Yessenia Lopez, staff illustrator

Reverse culture shock is real

Gabriella Garriga January 24, 2018

"Mom, I really don’t think I can handle this right now," said Destiny Hopkins, senior sociology major. For Hopkins, a trip to the supermarket last year turned hazardous. Standing with her mom in one...

A group of students visit the Cave Without a Name in Boerne, Texas. photo provided by Daniel Lehrmann

Geosciences department plans semester of trips

Cathy Terrace October 3, 2017

This semester, the geosciences department will offer a variety of experiential learning opportunities for students interested in the field. "We try to have field trips in virtually every class we teach....

RIgodanzo and Reusch stand with Dr. Phillips at Indonesia conference. photo by Anna Rigodanzo

Long-term research duo monkeys around

Madelyn Gaharan September 28, 2017

Neuroscience major research partners Anna Rigodanzo and Ryan Reusch are making big waves in neuroscience research under the direction of Kimberley Phillips, professor of psychology. In the spring of 2016,...

The Tiger football team looks to regroup after their loss in California and take on Millsaps College this Saturday.

Trinity Football Drops Season Opener to No. 25 Redlands

Hailey Wilson September 5, 2017

The Tiger football team started their 2017 campaign with a tough loss to 25th-ranked University of Redlands on Saturday, Sept. 1. Around 60 members of the team geared up and traveled to Redlands, California...

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