As Trinity moves forward with the development of the Campus Master Plan, the administration has been seeking designation as a National Historic District. The university’s application was approved by the Texas Historical Commission, a major step in the process of being placed on the National Registrar, according to Sharon Jones Schweitzer, assistant vice president for university communications. The news was announced in a campus-wide email from Danny Anderson, president of the university, on Jan. 22....

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NewsSGA holds Master Plan forum

October 24, 201771 min

The Student Government Association (SGA) held a public forum to allow a panel to discuss the Campus Master Plan on Oct. 17. The panel was made up of Danny Anderson, president of the university, Sharon Schweitzer, assistant vice president for university communications, and Gordon Bohmfalk, architect and director of Campus Planning and Sustainability. The three explained the Campus Master Plan and offered the Trinity community a chance to ask questions and offer input. Anderson gave...

At the end of last month, Trinity purchased 9.2 acres of land on which there are three karstic features, caves. Known scientifically as Cicurina baronia, the Robber Baron Cave Meshweavers are an endangered species found only in two locations in Bexar county, including the Oblate property. When Trinity first became interested in purchasing the property, it was covered in hazardous waste. The spiders were first discovered when the previous owners, the Oblate brothers, began to...