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President's Messages

Exploring Diversity and Civility

Yesterday the Trinity community continued its tradition of honoring the legacy of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. by participating in the 30th annual San Antonio MLK Jr. March.

Traditions of the Season

As 2016 draws to a close, I wish you a joyous holiday season and peace in the New Year.

Thankful for Trinity's Community Values

This Thanksgiving season I reflect on the values that bind us as a community. I am thankful to belong to a community that can have civil and constructive conversations about very difficult topics and issues.

Commitment to Knowledge

Since I have arrived at Trinity, I have often commented about how impressed I am with our faculty, but it bears repeating.

Engaging in Conversations

The fall 2016 academic semester is in high gear. Outstanding guest speakers add energy.

Demand for Trinity Experience Growing

Although it still feels very much like summer here in South Texas, the campus is in high gear this week as we prepare to kick off the Fall 2016 semester.

Trinity Trustees: Bearers of our Trinity Pride

"If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together." I often think about this African proverb when I reflect on all of Trinity's different constituencies who collaborate with and support me, as president, and support the mission of Trinity University as a transformational liberal arts and sciences university.

Trinity Nation Bursting With #TigerPride

Trinity Nation has been bursting with #TigerPride since our baseball team clinched the NCAA Division III national championship on May 31.

Value of Liberal Arts Education in an Unpredictable World

This weekend we celebrated the hard work and accomplishments of the Class of 2016 as they crossed the finish line.

Student Success Matters

As members of an institution of higher learning, we'd like to think that college students are spending their time in stimulating classes, working alongside gifted faculty, or studying in the library.

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