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Tomorrow marks the final Rooftopalooza hosted by the Daytrippers, a band made up of graduating seniors Victor Vo, Mason Walker and Reagan Wilkins. Rooftopalooza is a student concert that takes place on the rooftop of the McLean Residence Hall every semester. It became a tradition after Victor Vo and Mason Walker, who were roommates their first year at Trinity, decided to take a break from studying for finals and put on a small concert with...

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Last week, the students involved in Trinity theatre took the stage one last time this semester in the production of the play, “Three Sisters.” “Three Sisters” opened on April 17. The play tells the story of a Russian family and the ups and downs of their dreams of moving to Moscow to make a better life for themselves. Sophomore Catherine Clark played one of the sisters, who battles internal conflicts while trying to maintain stability...

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The Trinity baseball team played a three-game series against Schreiner University last weekend. The Tigers entered the three-game set with a record of 22-10 on the year. The Tigers won the first game of the series 12-2 in a game shortened by the run-rule. Austin Singer led the offense hitting two home runs in the first game for his seventh and eighth of the year. Drew Butler also hit a home run for Trinity in...

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Remember the Alamo? Well, maybe you wouldn’t if it weren’t for individuals dedicated to preserving the building’s original state. Last Tuesday, April 7, in the Parker Chapel, a lecture and panel discussion on historic preservation was held to educate students on all of the preservation that goes on around San Antonio, including the Alamo and many other historic buildings. The lecture, titled “Save our History for our Future: Why Historic Preservation Matters and What’s in...

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Seniors Benjamin Whitehead and May Lea Watson were honored by Trinity University’s Alumni Association for their outstanding service to the university and to San Antonio. Whitehead, an economics major from Boerne, Texas, played a significant role in the founding of HOPE (Homelessness Outreach Pursuing Education) Hall and has worked with the MEYO  (Multi-level Educational Youth Outreach) program through TUVAC (Trinity University Volunteer Action Community) and serves as a Student Ambassador. He has also been president...

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The Student Government Association published the results of their annual smoking survey this Wednesday. The survey received 1,000 responses and the results found that a majority of responders would support a smoking ban on campus, with 507 in favor, and 493 against. The results of the survey will be used in deciding how the university will proceed in addressing this issue. “It is definitely interesting to see the responses,” said SGA president Sean McCutchen. “I...

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According to David Tuttle, associate vice president for student affairs and dean of students, some of the goals written in Trinity Tomorrow have begun to be implemented across campus. One of the first objectives of the plan is to create three centers which include the Center for Experiential Learning and Career Success, the Student Success Center and the Center for International Citizenship. With the creation of these new centers, Counseling Services and Career Services will...

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  By the time you finish reading this article, at least five Trinity students will have gone to the bathroom””five souls with friends, families and dreams.  They are now at the mercy of the potty. Will they find themselves in a pristine, clean restroom?  Or will they wind up crying in a smelly, unhygienic wasteland?  We know this pain and want nothing more than to cure it.  These are the best and worst of Trinity’s...