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The Power of Storytelling
In March 2020, the world stopped. But then, it kept turning and turning—turning our individual experiences into shared stories. The Spring 2020 issue of Trinity is a collection of community voices in a COVID-19 world.
Let Us Entertain You
We crafted the Fall 2018 issue to spread a little joy, to work a little magic, and to set off some seriously contagious belly laughs. Let us—and let these award-winning Trinity students, faculty, and alumni—entertain you!
The Spirit of Trinity
The Spirit of Trinity. It's not a new concept, yet it continues to be an incredible motivator for how, as Tigers, we serve the world. How do we bottle this spark, this fire, this spirit, to impart it in generations of Trinity students to come? We used this magazine issue to find out.
Trinity's Campus Master Plan
The Summer 2017 issue of Trinity magazine is a tribute to the smell of Texas mountain laurels, red brick against the San Antonio skyline, and the feeling of that trek up Cardiac Hill, as we explore the University's first Campus Master Plan since the Skyline Campus was designed in the early 1950s.
The Entrepreneurship Issue
In the Winter 2017 edition of Trinity magazine, hear from six women who forged trails as entrepreneurs, shattering the glass ceilings above them along the way. Plus, meet alumni and student entrepreneurs using their determination to make our world a better place.
Trinity is a community inspired by international perspectives. By learning within this community and by studying abroad, students forever change their worldviews—and become better leaders, thinkers, and doers because of it. Go abroad with us as we cover the globe, on our campus and beyond.
The Food Issue
Trinity students, faculty, staff, and alumni have found unique ways to contribute to America's food culture, from impacting policy and legislation on food in elementary schools, to infusing technology into the winemaking process. Pour yourself a cup of Trinity-blend coffee and curl up with the Winter 2016 issue!
A University of the Highest Order
With a hard focus on vocations, jobs, and training in many schools across the nation, how will the liberal arts survive? Under the leadership of a new president, Trinity is poised not only to survive, but to thrive—putting into practice the vision of the Trinity Tomorrow strategic plan.
Education by Design
When O'Neil Ford conceptualized Trinity University as a community, he did so through situating buildings and movement within the space and place of the campus. Rediscovered drawings show old plans for a new Trinity—a Trinity that continues to value productive collisions across all disciplines.