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A group of Trinity geology majors led by Daniel Lehrmann, the Gertrude and Walter Pyron Professor of the geosciences department, recently attended the fourth annual Texas Hydro-Geo Workshop at the Cave Without a Name, which is located about 40 miles north of San Antonio. The weekend-long event featured seminars hosted by specialists in a wide array of topics pertaining to geoscience and geoscience technology and was made possible by the owner of Cave Without a...

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By 6 p.m. last Thursday, the community garden by Storch was buzzing with students. The Trinity Bee Alliance and the Trinity University Community Garden teamed up for “Pollinator Night at the Garden,” with the intention of drawing awareness to nocturnal creatures, such as bats and moths, that play an important role in the campus environment. “We specifically wanted to talk about other pollinators that aren’t really seen as much as butterflies and bees are. Bats,...

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Approximately 40 students filled the Woodlawn Room in the Coates University Center on Tuesday to hear students and staff from Trinity Diversity Connection (TDC) and The Men’s Project broach the subject of toxic masculinity. The event, called “Can Straight Men Eat Ice Cream?”, is part of TDC’s ongoing Diversity Dialogues. Kezia Nyarko, sophomore and TDC’s public relations chair, came up with the topic. “I was reading an article about Richard Hammond, who is one of...