https://tz5spe4rrwpn7tzx-zippykid.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/Bid-Day-AVD_3.jpg

Anyone walking past Miller Fountain on Friday afternoon, Jan. 31, likely saw ongoing Greek festivities. However, Bid Day was only one event in a week-long Greek celebration. Greek organizations participated in many Greek Week festivities that culminated in the so-called Greek Christmas. While recruitment kick-off began on Sept. 15, things began to get serious in January as second-round and third-round recruitment parties began to take place. By the third round, potential new members should have...

https://tz5spe4rrwpn7tzx-zippykid.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Zoo-MB.jpg

Trinity students have made many great memories at the San Antonio Zoo, so just imagine how many memories have been made there outside of the collective Trinity brain in the zoo’s 100 years of existence. This year the San Antonio Zoo commemorates its 100-year anniversary. Founded in 1914 by Colonel George W. Brackenridge, its beginnings were humble with just a few elk, buffalo, deer, several monkeys, two lions and four bears. Now, that small plot...

“Straight from the oven to your doorstep,” or dormstep, is Cookie Cab. Founded by recent Trinity graduate Lauren Pepping and friend Molly Rodenberg, the business has been as hot as their cookies ever since it began just this month. Currently open for deliveries from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, they hope to soon be open five days a week. With deliveries to residences, offices, hospitals and universities within their delivery...

https://tz5spe4rrwpn7tzx-zippykid.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/David-Heller_JR.jpg

Tonight at 7:30 p.m. David Heller, the university organist and music department chair, will be performing on the organ in Parker Chapel. Prior to his performance, Heller answered some questions about the recital. Q: What is your background in music? A: Music has been a part of my life from early on. I began piano when I was six, always sang in choirs in grade, middle and high school, played clarinet in band and piano...

https://tz5spe4rrwpn7tzx-zippykid.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Library-AVD.jpg

Calling all book collectors! Coates Library is hosting its First Annual Undergraduate Book Collecting Contest. Participants must own a collection of physical books ““ ebooks will not be considered ““ and submit a short essay, bibliography and photograph of the collection. The collection does not have to be large (minimum 20 books), but it does need to be unified by some common theme ““ an author, topic, genre or some other criterion. This contest was...

The Trinity women’s cross country team wrapped up their season at the NCAA Championship race on Nov. 23 in Hanover, Ind. at Hanover College. This was a 6K race for the Tiger women, and they came into the competition ranked ninth in the nation. The men did not qualify “It was an honor to be compared to and compete with the best schools in the country. We were all really nervous for the race and...

The Trinity University men’s basketball team had four games over the course of the last two weeks. The first was against Keystone College during the Hoopsville National Invitational Classic Division III Hoops Tournament in Owings Mills, Md. on Friday, Nov. 22. The game ended in a victory for the Tigers, with their highest number of points this year, 82-67. “The Keystone game was completely different for us as a team. We pride ourselves on defense,...

On Saturday, November 16, the Trinity men’s football team fell to the Austin College Kangaroos. This was the Tigers’ last game of the year, and ending the season with a 35-7 loss was difficult for the team. “We played hard throughout the game and we definitely didn’t give up,” said junior Connor Yorloff, “We just lacked the fight to defeat a highly motivated team like Austin College.” This was the second time this year that...