The following covers the meeting on Oct. 3. CLIMATE CHECK Senior senator Sam Afshari reported on the graduation committee meeting. Afshari clarified that any major changes to the format of the ceremony will go into effect in Spring 2020. The Spring 2019 ceremony will still occur in Laurie Auditorium, but speeches will be much shorter. Danny Anderson, president of the university, will have the only full speech and there will be no outside speaker unlike...

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OpinionPush yourself to action

April 25, 2018132 min

The final issue of the 2017-2018 Trinitonian is here, and as expected it’s full of bittersweet nostalgia as seniors reflect on their memories at Trinity. However, that reflection doesn’t have to start and end with those who are about to graduate. We, who will be staying behind to finish our studies in the upcoming semesters, should take a moment to look at our accomplishments so far and see what we can do to enhance those...

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Trinity University Latino Association (TULA) is organizing the first De Colores Ceremony for May 2018 graduation. Similar to the Kente Ceremony for African students, De Colores is a ceremony to celebrate the achievements of the Latinx Trinity community. It is scheduled to take place the day before Trinity’s Spring Commencement, on May 10 at 4 p.m. in the Chapman Great Hall. It will help non-English speaking family members to understand Commencement and will allow as...