Trinitonian

The sad price of a salad bar

The sad price of a salad bar

The connection between accessible education, financial aid and perpetuating food inequality
Rachel Oliver, Opinion Editor February 2, 2023

In a 2016 episode of his podcast, “Revisionist History,” journalist Malcolm Gladwell dives into the topic of collegiate food inequality by comparing two universities — Bowdoin and Vassar College....

THAO DINH writes what she would miss about Trinity University if tuition had stopped on Jan. 29. Without the help of donors’ gifts, many Trinity students aren’t able to cover the costs of tuition.
photo by KATE NUELLE

What would you do if tuition ran out this week?

Neha Kumar January 30, 2020
University highlights a day that represents the importance of donations to the university
369 balloons decorated the lawn in front of Miller Fountain on Jan. 24 in celebration of Tuition Stop Day. The day recognizes that only two-thirds of students education at Trinity is covered by tuition and encourages students to give back once they graduate. Photo by Chloe Sonnier, staff photographer.

Campus celebrates third annual Tuition Stop Day

Cathy Terrace January 31, 2018

Last week, 369 balloons decked the lawn in front of Miller Fountain for the third annual Tuition Stop Day. The event was hosted to promote student philanthropy and make students more aware of how donations...

Comments (0)

All Trinitonian Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest
Activate Search
tuition stop day