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Patrick McMillan, who has been teaching dance as a career since 1972, recognizes that he had been drawn toward dance since he first fell in love with the television program “American Bandstand” during junior high school. “I kept moving toward instructing as other avenues closed, and I’d always been teaching on the side, so it just made sense. My love of dancing started watching “˜American Bandstand’ in junior high. I used to watch with a...

Black Student Union has had an interest in organizing a poetry slam since November 2012, and once Student Programming Board expressed similar desires, the two organizations decided to work together to coordinate Trinity’s first annual Poetry Slam to be held at 8 p.m. today, Feb. 22, in the Skyline Room. “Last year, late November, I was planning events for Black History Month as part of my responsibilities as vice president of Black Student Union. I...

March is nationally recognized as Women’s History Month, and Trinity University’s Women’s History Month committee is organizing 10 official events from mid-February through the end of March. This year, the committee is giving special attention to the experience of Latina and Latin American women. “This year, the activities are organized by several organizations and individuals, including the Women’s History Month committee, which is sponsored by the Ruth McLean Bowman Bowers gift, SAGE, SDA, MAS Program-Alvarez...

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Lately, Trinity’s seniors have received several emails and Facebook invitations to activities that are affiliated with the Senior Gift Committee, and many of those same seniors have no idea exactly what that means. Other seniors, like Savannah Allan, have known what the senior gift is for quite a while. “Senior Gift Committee is something I’ve wanted to be involved in ever since I joined Student Ambassadors and had a chance to observe the previous committees....

At Trinity University, there are several members of the faculty who have been selected to become part of the community because of experience outside of academia. These adjunct professors were hired because of their expertise in practical fields beyond the realm of the academic, and each spends their time working and living two different work lives””one teaching at Trinity, and the other with the career they pursued originally. Tullos Wells and Sean Wood are two...

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During the last two weeks of this year’s holiday break, 16 Trinity students chose to spend their time away from home, traveling through the southeast Asian country of Vietnam to learn about its growing economy. The trip, titled Globalization and Economic Development: A Case Study in Vietnam and organized by the business administration and political science departments, was in its fourth iteration this year as professor of political science Katsuo Nishikawa and professor of business...

This year, TigerTV’s Holiday Special promises to be a unique blend of regular TigerTV shows, including the Not-So-Late Show, Newswave and Studio 21, as well as a distinctive mix of different cultural holiday practices. TigerTV Production Manager, senior Erin Curtis, decided that the special should last an hour this year, which is unusual and a bit challenging for TigerTV, although it excites regular Not-So-Late Show host, Chase Bartlett. “I think there are a lot of...

With graduation only a semester away, it is now officially time for seniors to start making sure that they have everything squared away so that they can walk across the stage in May. In addition to making sure you have enough credits with the help of the Office of the Registrar, there is the added concern of how to get your cap and gown, where to get your class ring and what to do in...