As the official magazine of Trinity University, Trinity magazine seeks to: foster a sense of connectedness among all members of the University community, including alumni, faculty, staff, students, parents, donors, and friends; engage audiences in current events and issues on campus and around the world; and reflect the culture, personality, and historic values of the institution. Trinity magazine seeks to establish a bond between its constituents and the University which will create a climate for philanthropy and service.
Trinity magazine has moved to a primarily digital format for Spring 2020. This transition, made in acknowledgement of our current environment, has allowed us to enhance your experience with the publication, adding audio and video components and more space for stories.
Jeanna Goodrich Balreira '08, editor
Molly Mohr Bruni, managing editor
Laura Kaples, art director
Jeremy Gerlach, writer
Garrett Robertson, content producer
Taylor Stakes, multimedia manager
Fred Valenzuela, graphic designer
The Trinity magazine advisory board engages in integrated conversation about magazine content for upcoming issues; to suggest story and content ideas from across campus; and to craft a comprehensive theme based on group discussion. Board members will act as eyes and ears to the campus, ensuring suggestions for magazine content cover multiple aspects of alumni participation, campus life past and present, and community outreach.