One lasting legacy from the Tricentennial will be a commemorative book, titled “300 Years of San Antonio & Bexar County,” to be published in June.
While it’s not the end of natural resource conservation, Douglas Brinkley predicts Trump will de-prioritize or rollback climate change mitigation.
Author and historian Douglas Brinkley will present a lecture on national parks at Trinity University.
Under founding director Barbara Ras’ guidance, Trinity University Press has published more than 200 books and developed an international reputation.
Local author and world explorer Catherine Nixon Cooke has written a book to awake the slumbering mural as an example of San Antonio’s cultural diversity and expression.
In his third edition of San Antonio Uncovered, author Mark Louis Rybczyk unveils the lesser-known tales that made San Antonio the city it is today.
Trinity University Press will release a book by the staff of the San Antonio Express-News, featuring archived articles that chronicle the greatest era in San Antonio Spurs basketball.
During his time in San Antonio, Miller remembers that the primary environmental discussion always revolved around water. When he moved to California in 2007, a place much more arid that South Texas, he was surprised that people there weren’t having the same conversations.
Thirteen years after Barbara Ras led its revival as a university publishing house, Trinity University Press has announced Ras is stepping back and that her key associate Thomas Payton will assume duties as the new director on Jan.
There aren’t many places more beguiling than the native-plant garden on the fourth floor of Trinity University’s Center for Science and Innovation, itself a captivating structure of brick, limestone, and glass.