the Fall 2021 cover of Trinity Magazine shows a drone photo of construction progress on Dicke Hall

The Fall 2021 issue illustrates how Trinity University is taking significant steps forward on our journey toward becoming a nationally recognized liberal arts institution. We’ve fully realized the value of the Trinity experience, and it’s about time the nation does, too.

It’s progress. It’s slow, it’s steady, and it’s a climb. But we have our sights set again on what’s next in pursuit of an exceptional and accessible student experience. Onward.

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a photo illustration depicts an aerial view of the Trinity campus with illustrated wayfinding

Editorial Staff

Jeanna Goodrich Balreira '08, editor
Molly Mohr Bruni, managing editor
Laura Kaples, art director
Jeremy Gerlach, writer
Taylor Stakes, photographer and videographer
Joshua Moczygemba '05, photographer
Fred Valenzuela, graphic designer

Advisory Board

The Trinity magazine advisory board engages in integrated conversation about magazine content for upcoming issues; suggests story and content ideas from across campus; and crafts a comprehensive theme based on group discussion.

Kay Casey
Charlene Davis
Ryan Finnelly
Andrew Hansen
Jennifer Henderson
Kris Howland

Kathy McNeill
Christina Moldenhauer
​​​Gary Seighman
Carla Sierra
Alyssa Tayrien '17
Dennis Ugolini

Mission Statement

As the official magazine of Trinity University, Trinity magazine: fosters a sense of connectedness among all members of the University community, including alumni, faculty, staff, students, parents, donors, and friends; engages audiences in current events and issues on campus and around the world; and reflects the culture, personality, and values of the institution. Trinity magazine establishes a bond between its constituents and the University, which will create a climate for philanthropy and service.

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