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You may not see their names alongside quotes in Trinitonian articles or visit their homes during Christmas on Oakmont, but these administrative assistants and office managers are the ones who make things happen on campus. From handling the president’s schedule to managing the calendar of an entire department, these are the unsung heroes that work behind the scenes to ensure that Trinity runs like  a well-oiled machine. Ruby Contreras Administrative assistant to the associate vice...

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My father, who is one of the most brilliant men that I know, always tells me that the best way to learn in life is to ask advice from people who are getting it right. So, for this week’s article, I sought practical tips from some of Trinity’s resources: our faculty and staff. “How to be Persuasive” by Sarah Topp, Director of Debate and Assistant Professor in the department of human communication and theatre Although...

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As the end of the semester draws to a close, many graduating seniors are getting ready for the spring 2013 undergraduate commencement ceremony. However, 13 senior art majors have other things on their mind; they are busy making final preparations for the 2013 senior art show. “Kunstkammer,” which means “art chamber” in German, will be opening with a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, April 25, in the Michael and Noémi Neidorff Art Gallery....

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On the evening of Thursday, April 4, Aaron Delwiche, assistant professor of communication, and Jennifer Henderson, associate professor and chair of communication, spoke to students at Winston School San Antonio about social media and cyberbullying. After much research and publishing a book on the subject, both Delwiche and Henderson are working to address the hardships and culture of cyberbullying. Q: Why do you think it is important to talk to these kids about cyber bullying...