Trinity University was founded in 1869, and Fiesta began in San Antonio not long after in 1891. Fiesta originated as Fiesta San Jacinto, a salute to the heroes of the Alamo and San Jacinto battles. Since then it has morphed into something entirely its own — a 10-day extravaganza when San Antonio residents have the opportunity to come together and celebrate the city’s vibrant culture. Over the years, the way that the Trinity community has interacted...

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Is there a weekly comic strip in the Trinitonian? We have a bi-weekly comic strip in our Opinion section, created by staff illustrator Andrea Nebhut. Can you deliver the Trinitonian to faculty inboxes? We’ll look into it. In the meantime, sign up for our newsletter! When did Trinity move to San Antonio? Trinity moved to San Antonio in 1942 to the Woodlawn Campus, located on the city’s near West side. In 1952, Trinity relocated to...