TUPD Assistant Chief arrested for allegedly soliciting prostitution

TUPD Assistant Chief arrested for allegedly soliciting prostitution

Pete Perez was arrested at 5 p.m. on Thursday by the San Antonio Police Department
Dana Nichols, Editor-in-Chief September 17, 2021

Pete Perez, Assistant Chief of the Trinity University Police Department, was arrested at 5 p.m. on Thursday by the San Antonio Police Department for allegedly soliciting prostitution. Upon his arrest,...

9/18 News briefs

9/18 News briefs

Dana Nichols September 18, 2020

Photo by Kate Nuelle Construction on Oakmont The construction, done by the City of San Antonio Public Works Department, was completed in two days. On Sept. 10, the City of San Antonio Public Works...

Previously, on SGA: Talk About Brief!

Previously, on SGA: Talk About Brief!

Kathleen Creedon February 27, 2020

The following covers the meeting on Feb. 26.CLIMATE CHECKSophomore Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh said there are many men's restrooms on campus without urinal dividers, which may be unfavorable to some students.... Photo credit: Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh

Student complaints spark Sobering Unit concerns

Jolie Francis November 7, 2019

Photo by Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh At the end of Summer 2019, following a concern involving the San Antonio Sobering Unit, a past possible assault incident against a Trinity student was the topic of discussion....

Is Trinity a private institution or an open campus?

Is Trinity a private institution or an open campus?

Jolie Francis September 28, 2019

Photo by Mona Mirpour Buildings and resources on campus are reserved solely for the Trinity University community, unless permission is otherwise granted to outsiders. Though a private institution, Trinity...

Photo credit: Andrea Nebhut

Reflecting on TUPD’s presence, purpose

Maria Zaharatos April 11, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutA recent Washington Post article covered the changing legislation in Baltimore that would allow universities such as John Hopkins to shift from their current security force...

Photo credit: Genevieve Humphreys

Are student parking spots disappearing?

Kaylie King September 20, 2018

Parking continues to be a struggle for students in several areas of campus even though there are not currently a higher number of cars with student permits than there were last year. Clara Wells, director...

graphic by Tyler Herron

From the Editors’ Desk: Let’s #SaveStudentNewsrooms together

Editorial Staff April 25, 2018

Hundreds of student media outlets across America are standing together in support of our shared mission, and the Trinitonian is proud to add its voice to the chorus. #SaveStudentNewsrooms is a call...

Cayley Mandadi, center, is surrounded by her Chi Beta Epsilon sisters during the 2017 Greek Kick-Off on the Coates Esplanade. file photo

After months, an arrest and some answers in Mandadi case

Grace Frye March 1, 2018

CONTENT WARNING: Candid descriptions of physical violence and sexual assault follow. Four months after the death of sophomore Cayley Mandadi, 22-year-old Mark Howerton was charged with murder and aggravated...

Graphic by Liz Day, graphics editor

Theft on campus proven to be unfounded

Bobby Watson February 15, 2018

Thirty-two thefts have been reported and filed since the beginning of fall 2017. However, most thefts reported on campus are unfounded, as many are the cause of misplaced or lost items. “A complaint...

Photo provided by Casey Fuller

Finding a hate flyer on campus

Casey Fuller February 2, 2018

I didn’t think it was a hate flyer. I thought it was about sharing. To the extent it registered to me, it spawned half-thoughts of libraries, co-ops and Scandinavian democracies. It said: “Money does...

Temperatures plummeted earlier this week, leaving parts of campus frozen, including Murchison Fountain.  Photo by Andrea Nebhut, staff illustrator

Winter weather shuts down Trinity’s campus

Jordan Bruce January 16, 2018

After days of warmer-than-seasonal weather, temperatures plummeted in the early hours of Tuesday and have remained low all week. Trinity’s faculty, staff and students buckled down as a blast of cold...

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