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Construction-related Parking Changes

July 8, 2014 - We are compiling all information regarding construction-related parking changes in one page on the faculty and staff pages. Please let us know if there is any additional information that needs to be added.   Continue reading
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Check Out the New & Improved Trinity Bookstore!

June 25, 2014 - Barnes and Noble has completed the renovation of the Trinity Bookstore! We are excited about this terrific makeover of the Trinity Bookstore, where you will see such changes as: brighter colors, new carpet, new lighting, new display racks, new counters and improvements in the textbook area to better serve you. The best part? More snack choices, more school supplies and easier access to Trinity gear. Please be patient as Barnes and Noble completes the finishing touches. Thanks for your patience during the renovation. Be sure to check out the Trinity Bookstore on your next visit to campus – we think … Continue reading
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Alumnae Dining Hall is Open!

June 24, 2014 - Alumnae Hall is open for business – breakfast, lunch and dinner. A quick refresher about the Green Containers and how this program works. The reusable containers are provided for the diners on the go. Sodexo knows how busy everyone is and we feel this was a great way for you to grab a healthy meal and head back to the office. If you come to Alumnae Hall with a green container and decide to stay that is fine. But if you choose to dine in and then want to take out please pay the cashier for another meal. Thank you all and … Continue reading
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Cyber security threat

April 11, 2014 - Dear Community, An online security vulnerability known as “heartbleed” was revealed to the public earlier this week. It affects more than an estimated two-thirds of websites on the internet today. These websites include many online vendors, banks, email providers, etc. The ramifications are serious, with potential for hackers to bypass security on many websites and access your personal data. You can read more at most major news outlets, or by searching “heartbleed” for more information. Continue reading
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