Memories

The University wouldn't have its story without your stories. Flash back in time to experience and explore some of the University's most memorable people, places, and things—then share your own with us!

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Featured Trinity Memories Throughout the Years

The Pride of Limestone County in Tehuacana Texas

“The Pride of Limestone County,” the main building on Trinity’s first campus in Tehuacana, Texas, was completed in 1892.

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Four students walk outside of University Presbyterian Church.

Students leaving services at University Presbyterian Church west of the Skyline Campus. Before Parker Chapel was built in 1966, UPC served as the religious center for the Trinity community.

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Students on stage in orchestra and choir performing for Christmas Concert

The Department of Music’s Christmas Concert is one of many holiday traditions at Trinity.

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Lee Roy, Trinity’s original bengal tiger mascot, walks in his enclosure at the San Antonio Zoo.

Lee Roy, the 600-pound Bengal tiger, paces at the San Antonio Zoo.

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O’Neil Ford stands to the left of President James Laurie on top of a building on Trinity’s campus.

O’Neil Ford (left) with Trinity President James Woodin Laurie looking out over the Skyline Campus.

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A picture of students moving boxes in the 1950s and a picture of students moving boxes in the 200s

Trinity students have always helped with move-in day.

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Three students holding their friend near Miller Fountain in 1990s.

After the reflection pond closed, birthday dunkings moved to Miller Fountain in 1966.

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Students laughing around a table in Mabee Hall

Students use meal times on campus as a chance to decompress from the school week and laugh with friends.

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Three student-athletes sleeping on tennis courts.

In protest of the decision to move Trinity’s tennis program to Division III, student-athletes camped out on the tennis courts.

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Two Alpha Chi Lambda members hug near Murchison tower.

Two Alpha Chi Lambda sisters celebrate sisterhood on Bid Day by Miller Fountain.

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