Thirty-eight years after Marjorie Mae Russell received her Bachelor of Arts degree in education in 1967, she is finally living her dream.
Jim Potter always knew he wouldn't follow his dad into the steel industry. He also understood that if he ever went to college, it wouldn't be on his dime. So, when scholarship money came knocking in the form of basketball coach Leslie Robinson,...Read more
When she graduated in 1964, Louise Woerner was the only woman in her class who had majored in business administration. After leaving San Antonio, she went to the University of Chicago to pursue a Master's of Business Administration, which she...Read more
Annell Bay ’77 is now the Americas regional exploration vice president for Shell E&P but she has a different spin on what made her Trinity experience unique. The Cretaceous, fossil-rich limestone cliffs that rim the Trinity campus and occur...Read more
George Becknell '78 has perfected his balancing act serving as board chairman for the San Antonio Sports Foundation, managing his financial services business, and living in a household of women.
Bill Bennett '73 is a man dedicated to his craft-a fact that hasn't gone unnoticed by his fellow cinematographers in Hollywood. Recently, Bill was invited to join the American Society of Cinematographers-a high honor from an organization that...Read more
"Good Morning, I'm Mario Bosquez."
"If I had a nickel for every time I've said that - I'd be a rich man!" jokes CBS2 News anchor Mario Bosquez '78 - the first full-time Chicano anchor on English television in New York and celebrated author...Read more
The year was 1978. A hard drive meant eight or nine hours behind the wheel; chips and cookies were treats; and windows were something to look through. Disco ruled the dance floor and Alien was killing them at the box office.Read more
Renee Burkett is cruising down the California highway - the 405 to be specific. She's heading over to 20th Century Fox Studios to record either a movie score or video game track for Steven...Spielberg, that is.
If you've ever wondered how actors make fight scenes look so realistic, they're relying on fight directors like Ron Piretti '71 to make them look good.Read more