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Unique and creative minds met on Trinity’s campus, discussing their passions and inspirations both in their music as well as their lives. As part of Trinity’s Celebration of Living Composers Series, the Trinity Music Department held a panel with its three guest composers Carter Pann, Forrest Pierce, and Dan Forrest on both Saturday, January 13, and Sunday, January 14. The panel was led by Brian Bondari, associate professor of music, who asked the composers a...

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October is a notoriously busy time for Trinity students, but two upcoming guest speakers are definitely worth making time for this month. Graphic novelist Dylan Meconis and music critic Scott Cantrell have been scheduled to  give free public lectures on campus through the Stieren Arts Enrichment Series, with the former having already spoken on Oct. 4. Meconis started out in the fields of history and communication and has since made a name for herself in...

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Last Thursday, Trinity University president Danny Anderson presented the annual budget briefing to faculty and staff in Stieren Theater. He addressed tuition increases, annual revenues, the potential acquisition of the Oblate property west of campus and updates to the Trinity master plan. Trinity traditionally maintains a conservative budget, aiming to minimize deferred maintenance and saving a budget contingency equal to four percent of total revenues in order to account for unexpected expenses. Balancing the university’s...