Miriam Sitz

Miriam Sitz

NYC-based digital/audio journalist

Web editor at Architectural Record. Columbia journalism grad 2015 & Trinity University in SATX before that. Audio clips at miriamsitz.tumblr.com

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Trinity University

Alumni Leaders to Travel the Country as Trinity Ambassadors

In the spring of 2014, Dave Mansen '76 and his wife Carol '83 will embark upon a three-year, cross-country tour, seeking to connect with other alumni, encourage involvement, and inspire Trinity graduates across the nation to engage with their alma mater.

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Trinity University

Student Managed Fund Celebrates 15 Years at Trinity University

Jennifer Heard '99, a member of the first class of Trinity University's Student Managed Fund (SMF), said much of what she learned on campus has fueled her career in asset-based lending as a vice president at JPMorgan Chase in New York City.

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Trinity University

A Bit of Celluloid History

Trinity University acquired a collection of documents that belonged to local civil rights activists Rev. Claude William Black Jr. and ZerNona Stewart Black, his wife. The collection contains materials related to local and national civil rights, as well as social and civic issues, from the mid-1800s to 2009.

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Popular Local Mexican Food Restaurant Opens at Trinity University

Sep. 19, 2013
Festive grand opening draws crowd eag...

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Trinity University | Living and Learning in Community: HOPE Hall at ...

As a first-year student at Trinity University, Katie Ogawa walked past Murchison Residence Hall and remarked to a friend, "How cool would it be if this were a service hall?" By the end of Ogawa's second semester, that seed of an idea had already taken root and would grow over the next two semesters into what is now known as HOPE Hall.