Seniors Jordan Mayer and Aaron Skinner won the USTA/ITA DIII Doubles ChampionshipRead More
Hudson Taylor, a former collegiate wrestling All-American and founder of Athlete Ally, spoke to a group of student-athletes at Trinity.Read More
The San Antonio Spurs seek good corporate partners and this alumna scores big by putting that sponsorship game plan together.
Inspired by a graduate fellowship experience, this alumna is on the leading edge of urban trends in her hometown.
Trinity senior explores magazine publishing through prestigious internship
Prof. Charles White and Michelle Bartonico discuss Trinity's use of marketing and branding strategies and tactics.
Profs. Richard Butler and Mary Stelf discuss the economic impact of San Antonio's hospitality industry
Trinity's video producer, Taylor Stakes, describes the role of video in marketing productions for the University.
University Names Rebecca Loubriel Avitia as 2014-2015 Outstanding Young Alumna
The Tiger men wrapped up their fall season by winning the Trinity-hosted Alamo City Classic at The Quarry Golf Club.
The production recalls the true story of the first western settlers in Australia and includes costumes by award winning designer.
New York Polyphony, a critically acclaimed vocal quartet, will perform in concert as part of Trinity University’s Stieren Series.
Trinity University’s music department will feature several recitals and concerts through the end of the fall semester.
Seniors Jordan Mayer and Aaron Skinner won the USTA/ITA DIII Doubles Championship
University’s Special Collections to house hand-crafted work designed and illustrated by master of relief engravings
Hudson Taylor, a former collegiate wrestling All-American and founder of Athlete Ally, spoke to a group of student-athletes at Trinity.
Former recruiting manager and author of Power Ties will reveal a system that gives international students tools to secure employment in the U.S.
Chen Li, a prolific writer of poetry and prose, will read from his work and discuss poetry at Trinity University.
“Meet me at ’Bays” is a featured event, among many this weekend for Trinity alumni.
Historian Alain Touwaide to speak at Trinity University on new techniques in researching the health and well-being of ancient societies.
Virgil C. Johnson, professor emeritus at Northwestern University, to discuss costume history as part of Trinity University’s Stieren Arts Series.
Donors James and Janet Dicke make possible superb instruments for music students, performers, and the community
Trinity University’s Distinguished Lecture Series will host David Brooks, columnist for The New York Times, in November