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Federal lawsuit alleges Trinity broke labor law

Federal lawsuit alleges Trinity broke labor law

Dominic Anthony November 13, 2019

Photo by Kathleen CreedonTrinity University is being sued in federal court by former accountant Paul Cantu for alleged failure to pay overtime in accordance with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). According...

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We must listen to Native American experiences

Thomas Harvell-Degolier January 23, 2019

Recently, while reading "Fault Lines: A History of the United States since 1974," a new book by Kevin M. Kruse and Julian Zelizer, professors of history at Princeton University, I was struck by the absence...

Senior McCaleb Taylor takes a walk with first-year Gabriel Dominguez. Taylor prioritizes serving as a source of support for his teammates. Photo credit: Megan Flores

No. 5 Tiger Soccer Finishes NCAA Playoffs in the Third Round

Megan Flores November 29, 2018

In the final game of their season, the Trinity men’s soccer team traveled to the University of Chicago to take on the Maroons, who entered the tournament with the No. 3 national ranking. Sophomore...

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Getting to know a trustee April Ancira

Kristian Adams November 8, 2018

The newest member of Trinity University’s Board of Trustees is April Ancira, who graduated Trinity University in 2002. Ancira received her Bachelor of Science in marketing and finance with a minor...

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TU Secular Student Alliance in the Making

Arsa Spahr November 5, 2018

The TU Secular Student Alliance is being formed in Trinity University as a way to help students understand what it means to be non-religious and allows for secular students to have a presence on campus. According...

NGO gala for children in Gaza Strip

NGO gala for children in Gaza Strip

Rachel Poovathoor November 4, 2018

“If you’re silent then you’re complicit,” said Remi Kanazi, spoken word poet, at the Middle Eastern Children’s Alliance (MECA) annual gala. The fundraiser gala was held at...

Trinity rules! A peek into guidelines of the university's past

Trinity rules! A peek into guidelines of the university’s past

Maria Zaharatos October 19, 2018

Since its foundation in 1869, Trinity has undergone many changes, including in its guidelines for student life. Trinity's earliest policies ensured freedom for the pursuit of education but left little...

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School’s in session: Faculty, staff in class

Noelle Barrera September 12, 2018

Most students enrolled in Trinity classes are between the ages of 18 and 22, but there’s no time limit to learning. Several Trinity faculty and staff members are enrolled or have been enrolled in...

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Mobile gaming class levels up with DIY project

Noelle Barrera September 5, 2018

This semester, Aaron Delwiche—professor of Communication—challenged the students in his Mobile Gaming class to create a do-it-yourself (DIY) project. The catch? The project must be in a creative...

Drama therapy: The making of a major

Drama therapy: The making of a major

Mathilde Le Tacon September 5, 2018

If you haven't heard of drama therapy at Trinity University, there's good reason for that. It's new, and it's all the work of one student who transferred to Trinity last year. Junior Molly Rosenblatt,...

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Tennis, Golf take on SCAC championship tournaments

Hailey Wilson April 26, 2018

The men's and women's golf and tennis teams both competed in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) championships last week. Both tennis teams took first place, while men's and women's golf...

Embracing identity, standing up to hatred

Embracing identity, standing up to hatred

Arianna Siddiqui April 25, 2018

You think that being a Muslim girl living in Texas would pose problems. However for much of my life, it honestly didn’t. I grew up, seemingly like everyone at Trinity, in Houston. Houston is probably...

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