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Join Amy L. Stone, Ph.D., Professor of Sociology and Anthropology at Trinity, Robert Salcido, Jr., Executive Director at The Center - Pride Center San Antonio, and Ryann Williams, recent Trinity graduate majoring in Sociology and Political Science, in a live discussion on the state of the LGBTQ+ community in San Antonio, how current activism fits into the history of Pride, and the importance of anti-racism.
Join us for a conversation with Carey Latimore, IV, Ph.D., associate professor of history and past chair of the Department of History at Trinity University. Steve Spriester, KSAT TV news anchor, will moderate the conversation.Watch the discussion here: The History of Juneteenth and Emancipation: What Does it Mean Today?
The virtual conferral of degrees will be streamed online through the Tiger Network, in partnership with Stageclip. Anyone–family members, professors, loved ones–can watch alongside their graduates. Trinity will stream three separate ceremonies–one for graduate students, and two for undergraduates.
Download a copy of the official Virtual Conferral of Degrees program. This program includes the information for both the graduate and undergraduate ceremonies.
Tiger Network is Trinity University's live streaming network - covering athletics and special events - for a worldwide audience. The Tiger Network showcases #TigerPride in full HD with real-time replays, commentary, and on-demand options. Read more →
Students interested in joining the team can contact us via email for more information.
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