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Kathleen Creedon

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During the 2014-2015 academic year, the University Curriculum Council (UCC) created a committee to survey the possibility of revising Trinity’s class scheduling grid. This proposition was discussed to resolve two key issues in the schedule: the preference of Tuesday-Thursday...
In 2006, the Mexico, the Americas and Spain (MAS) Program expanded and created the Alvarez Internship Grant Program, which is designed to provide real-world experience for students in their communities. The grant awards allow Trinity students to acquire unpaid...
At the second Stumberg New Venture Competition finals on Nov. 7, four startup groups pitched their business proposals to a panel of five judges. The groups — GoodLookingOut (GLO), Country Club Collection, Cloud Therapy and The Contemporary — competed...
In 2011, Trinity’s dance team, the Prowlers, lost funding from the school. At the time the change did not affect much of what the team did, but as the number of members grows, the Prowlers are finding it harder...
On Oct. 17, Valerie Alexander gave a lecture called “How Women Can Succeed in the Workplace (Despite Having ‘Female Brains’)” in the Chapman Auditorium. Alexander graduated from Trinity in 1990 and came back to share her advice with women...
TigerTV is celebrating its 20th year of production. Over the years, the station has refined its production and has begun incorporating more advanced technology. For the past two decades, TigerTV has been a student-run broadcasting organization. Because of this, the...
The Swashbucklers and the Student Programming Board (SPB) have put together events for students to celebrate this Halloween. The Swashbucklers will host their annual Haunted Hallway, while SPB is planning a new event with San Antonio’s 13th Floor Haunted...
Trinity’s Counseling Services has become busy much earlier than it usually does this time of year. The larger first-year class, and more widely accepted idea that mental health problems should be discussed openly, have led to this increase in...