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May marks the end of the first year of Trinity students living in the City Vista apartments on the corner of Hildebrand and Devine. Trinity purchased City Vista in January 2017. In an email to the campus community, Danny Anderson, president of the university, explained that the university prioritized student feedback when making the decision to purchase the apartments. “Since I became president at Trinity, I have listened to students. One message that I heard...

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CAMPUS CLIMATE CHECK Junior senator Sarosha Hemani reported instances of creepy men in the City Vista parking lots, as well as the parking lot by Lightner residence hall. President Amulya Deva, junior, suggested getting in contact with TUPD. Legislative relations chair Chiara Pride, sophomore, raised concern about students’ increasing need for counseling services and that the office appears understaffed in terms of meeting all students’ needs. Junior senator Julia Shults explained instances of inappropriate and...

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Caleb Barbor, senior finance major, lives in City Vista. “I think City Vista is a good middle ground. When you rent a house, you get more exposed to cooking and things like that, but when you’re living on campus, you really just eat at the dining hall, so it doesn’t really help you prepare for healthy living.” Parker Pennington, senior engineering major, lives in City Vista. “[Living on campus] is pretty expensive. I lived off...

The office of Residential Life is kicking off the spring semester with a long to-do list. Along with day-to-day operations dealing with student issues, conducting programming and doing regular administrative work, the office has begun a search for a new director, has implemented changes to the newly acquired City Vista apartment complex and is making preparations for a new housing assignment software system. With the departure of Melissa Flowers, former director of Residential Life, at the...

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NewsBroken glass raises concern

November 29, 2017511 min

In the past semester Trinity’s campus has been plagued with cracked windows, shattered display cases and pathways littered with broken glass. From City Vista to Myrtle Hall to the Center for Science and Innovation (CSI), broken glass has been found both inside and outside facility buildings and residential living areas. “Almost every time I walk by the upper campus dorms, usually Lightner and Thomas, I see some broken glass by the sidewalks and just some...

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Last Thursday, Nov. 9, students, faculty and alumni arrived at the City Vista Apartments in business attire, kicking off an evening of networking for Trinity professionals. Making Connections is the concerted effort of the Student Ambassadors, the Center for Experiential Learning and Alumni Relations to give Trinity students access to the broad job networks that Trinity alumni have to offer. The San Antonio chapter of Making Connections is a widely anticipated gathering sponsored by Trinity...