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Pizza Classics, a restaurant close to campus that is beloved by the Trinity community, recently received an 88 out of 100 on its health inspection. Pizza Classics management refused to comment on the rating. Students have mixed opinions on the low ratings. Charles Robles, food service director at Aramark, explained the importance of health inspection ratings. “It’s the safety of the food that you’re eating “” that’s probably the most important thing,” Robles said. “It’s...

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The University Curriculum Council (UCC), the committee that oversees all curricular changes, recently introduced possible changes to the class scheduling grid. These changes are supported by some members of the UCC, but opposed by others. Duane Coltharp, associate vice president for curriculum and faculty development, explained the responsibilities of the UCC to the Trinity community. “If a department wants to revise an existing course, create a new course or revise requirements for the major, those...

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Student Government Association (SGA) president, vice president and 14 senators were elected on Monday, Nov 6., with a runoff election for a fifth senator for the class of 2019 held this week. Amulya Deva was elected president and Rachel Daniel was elected vice president. The class of 2021 senators are Noelle Barrera, Maddie D’Iorio, Nick Pereda, Mia Quintanilla and Isabella Schlag. The class of 2020 senators are Benjamin Gonzalez, Juan Luevanos, Angel Ramirez, Simone Washington...

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Ezra Klein, American journalist and founder of Vox, which describes itself as a news site for the 21st century, will give a lecture at Trinity as part of the Maverick Lecture series. Klein will share insights on current political issues at the lecture. The series honors the late Maury Maverick Jr., a lawyer, politician and columnist from San Antonio. Sharon Schweitzer, assistant vice president for university communications, shared information about the Maverick Lecture series and...

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Melissa Flowers, director of Residential Life, has accepted a position at Brown University. Starting in January 2018, Flowers will serve as senior director of residential education and operations and assistant dean at the Ivy League school. During her time at Trinity, Flowers accomplished many initiatives with Residential Life, including the sophomore college initiative, the implementation of HOPE Hall, the Game of Life financial literacy initiative, the acquisition of City Vista and more. Flowers is currently...

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As Halloween approaches, many students are excited for the holiday and are making plans to celebrate. However, some students either choose not to celebrate or grew up not celebrating, and view Halloween differently than most Trinity students. Morgan Jones, junior engineering science major, grew up celebrating Halloween, but hasn’t celebrated since his sophomore year of high school. “The biggest reason of all is that I’m just too busy,” Jones said. “Engineering is hard, and a...

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Trinity’s Student Government Association (SGA) elections are nearing; campaigning took place from Monday to Friday this past week and voting begins Oct. 30. Nick Santulli, SGA president and senior political science major, explained the positions that are going to be elected and what they do. “We have five senators from each class available,” Santulli said. “Senators vote on different issues, they can raise motions. We’ll also be electing a vice president and a president. The...

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Anna Rado, a Holocaust survivor and San Antonio resident, gave a lecture in Laurie Auditorium on Monday at 7 p.m. The event was open to the public; roughly 150 people were in attendance. After Rado spoke about her time in Auschwitz and her experience of losing most of her family members, she spoke about her gratitude and desire to spread a positive message. “After all the things I went through, I am still very blessed...