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Renae Goettel, who graduated from Trinity with a double major in communication and sociology in 2008, was both Trinity’s first blind student to graduate and a first generation college degree graduate in her family. Now 27 years old, Goettel speaks about conquering her life-threatening health issues, her experience with Make-A Wish-Foundation, and what keeps her motivated today. Q: What health complications have you dealt with in your past? GOETTEL: “I was born blind, and when...

This past week marked the commencement of Trinity’s first-ever Earth Week, filled with a number of environmentally friendly events and activities. Earth Week  was sponsored by Campus Planning and Sustainability Facilities Services, Students Organized for Sustainability, and Trinity University Community Gardening Club. Beginning on Monday, April 16, highlighted events included the Trinity Trash Hill in the Northrup Parking Lot, an Earth Day Lecture, the SOS Earth Day Festival and the Art Exhibit: Exposing Connectivity Through...

Edwin Blanton, the Coordinator for Community Service and Engagement in Campus and Community Involvement at Trinity, successfully received “Certified in Volunteer Administration” credential on March 6 from the non-profit Council for Certification in Volunteer Administration. A select 1,100 individuals in the world have attained this credential, and it is the only one in the field of volunteerism that is recognized internationally. To achieve this, Blanton went through a complex application process that involved over a...