The January 2014 issue of Trinity Magazine featured the Trinity University Press's Tenth Anniverasry, as well as features on bitcoins and a program to thank our troops.
Joe McKinney didn’t set out to be either a police officer or an award-winning writer, and yet he ended up being both. In addition to a 15-year distinguished career at the San Antonio Police Department, McKinney has another life as an author known primarily for zombie fiction, where he is—pardon the expression—making a killing.
In 2012, McKinney's Flesh Eaters won the Bram Stoker Award for Best Novel of 2011.
Volunteers from Trinity's Black Student Union and Black Male Leadership Initiative joined community groups in late September in creating a play space for children at the Carver Library.
Design and planning for the playground took place over several months, starting in July 2013, under the direction of San Antonio city officials, Foresters Insurance, and KaBoom, a Washington, D.C. based non-profit organization.