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Tigers for Liberty (TFL), Trinity Progressives (T-Prog), The Contemporary, and the off-campus organization MOVE San Antonio hosted #2MinuteCivics, a crash course in local issues, to prepare attendees for the upcoming March primary election. The groups brought a panel of five civic leaders to discuss local issues. The event was formatted similar to a Q&A session. Sophomore T-Prog member Travis Boyd brought up local issues and the panelists would have two minutes to address and discuss their positions....

Students organized Trinity’s first Activism Fair as a part of Trinity’s MLK Week celebration. Approximately a dozen activist organizations from across San Antonio visited campus, including MOVE San Antonio, RAICES and Haven for Hope, all intending to encourage students to volunteer off campus. Simone Washington, sophomore SGA senator, was one of the event organizers and referenced the white supremacist protests that occurred in Charlottesville last August as a source of inspiration for encouraging activism. Washington came...

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Trinity students staged a teach-in to oppose Senate Bill 4, or SB4, which is more commonly known as the “˜show me your papers’ bill. The event was held on Friday, Sep. 1, the same day the bill was supposed to go into effect statewide. Emily Bourgeois, sophomore English major, organized the event alongside Judith Norman, assistant professor of philosophy, to show that Trinity students stand against discrimination. “A lot of students are using it as...