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EditorialHome is where the brick is

February 28, 2019611 min

This week at the Trinitonian, it’s our housing issue. You might wonder why we would sacrifice a few pages of our precious editorial space to talk about … buildings. The reason why we want to talk about housing is because it is a central part of our university life. Whether we’re complaining about our dorms or discovering the difficulties of living off campus, housing is an impossible issue to avoid for us college students. One...

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graphic by Alex Parris Rosemont is the ideal off-campus housing for seniors. Within walking distance to campus and not as expensive as City Vista, it’s a winning combination. I’m currently living in a three-bedroom apartment in Rosemont with three of my best friends. We’ve loved being able to walk and bike to campus and the Olmos Park H-E-B. Some of the things to love about Rosemont are the cute swimming pools, the nice office workers...

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Photo by *file photo* Students in an environmental studies senior capstone course are trying to create a sustainability-themed residence hall where students can improve the environment and bond with like-minded peers. Seniors Claire Burrus, Miles Wehner, Shayla Bolding and Willa Rubin were enrolled in the environmental studies senior capstone course this semester when they were brainstorming a project that would solve a sustainability problem on Trinity’s campus. Their idea was to create a living space...

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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...