On Wednesday, March 25, in the Fiesta Room, the business department hosted an ethics symposium with various speakers, talking on the issues of external and internal pressures in the lives of individuals. The first and main speaker was Oliver G. Halle, a retired FBI special agent who spent 28 years with the Bureau, spoke about the pressures facing various individuals, including his close friend, and other speaker Josh Kenyon. The talks, organized as the ethics...

SGA president Sean McCutchen, in conjunction with David Tuttle, dean of students and associate vice president for academic affiars, Diane Saphire, associate vice president for information resources, and Wanda Olson, director of Residential Life, have created a campus survey over the topic of residency experiences. The survey, which is active until April 20, aims to address oongoing discussions over Trinity’s residency requirement and the overall living experience at the university. “When I went to the...

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Hertz on Demand is no longer available to Trinity students, as of Tuesday March 17. The program allowed for students without cars of their own to rent vehicles to use. As Hertz has left campus, new transportation programs are coming, with a B-cycle station soon to be installed. According to David Tuttle, dean of students and associate vice president for student affairs, the Hertz rental program has ended due to term changes. To junior Sean...

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The Trinity University Police Department took Marima Simmons into custody on Wednesday, March 4 in the Coates University Center. Simmons, who has a history of crime at the university, was a suspect in recent theft cases around campus. Bryony Harris, junior, was in Coates when the situation unfolded. “I was on my computer and I looked up and the cop had just walked in and was talking with this guy, and all of a sudden...

On Wednesday, March 4, Michael Kearl, professor of sociology and anthropology, died following a heart attack while walking across campus. According to a Trinity emergency incident update at 1:25 p.m. that day, Kearl died shortly after arriving at the hospital. Kearl came to Trinity in 1977, and was chair of the department of sociology and anthropology froom 2001 to 2006. Kearl also served on various university boards, including as a sponsor for the Rotaract Club...

On Tuesday Feb. 24, Trinity hosted its first Diversity Dialogue, titled “I Can’t Breathe,” exploring the issues around police brutality following high profile cases such as the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and Eric Garner in Staten Island, New York. The panel, hosted by the Black Student Union and TDC, consisted of five professors from different departments: Keesha Middlemass, assistant professor of political science; Carey Latimore, chair and associate professor of history; Sarah...

Keith Edwards, a nationally recognized speaker on sexual violence and rape prevention will speak to Trinity at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Feb. 25, in Laurie Auditorium. Edwards is a prolific speaker at campuses and universities across the nation, speaking on ways to end sexual violence and how individuals can be a part of the change. Edwards currently serves as the director of campus life at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minn. The event is sponsored by...

Living off campus can be hard””between figuring out the intricacies of your lease to arguing with your roommates over who has to clean dishes, the last thing you want to worry about is transportation to and from campus. If you find yourself struggling to walk 30 minutes to school every morning at 8 a.m., or if you own a 1989 Civic that constantly breaks down, here are some alternative modes of transportation to get you...