Free ain’t cheap.
This year, we’ve completely overhauled trinitonian.com. The website makes the entire Trinitonian–plus more photos, polls, and other dynamic features–available to everyone. Visiting the site is free; maintaining it certainly isn’t.
Gathering and publishing news costs money, and Trinitonian ad revenue doesn’t pay all the bills. The Mirage yearbook plays a pivotal role in the Trinity experience by documenting activities, clubs, events and people each year. Yet book sale income doesn’t cover all of our costs either.
Current students support Campus Publications with their student activity fees.
Parents and alumni support Campus Publications by purchasing subscriptions and yearbooks. Families recognize their seniors with special ads in both the yearbook and newspaper.
We invite you to lend your support by becoming a Friend of Campus Publications. Your name will be posted at trinitonian.com, and, twice a year, we will contribute 10% of support funds collected to the Kemper Diehl and James McCrory Scholarship Endowment Fund established to assist a Trinity student interested in journalism or political science.
Our online marketplace, cpstore.trinity.edu, allows you to order yearbooks, subscribe or otherwise support Campus Publications with a credit card. Alternatively, you may mail a check made out to Campus Publications to the address below.
One Trinity Place, Box 62
San Antonio, TX 78212