Browse Exhibits (7 total)
This exhibit discusses the relationship between Greek Life and Intramurals participation.
The popularity of both intramural sports and Greek life on Trinity’s campus dates all the way back to the 1980s when both Greek life and intramurals were at their prime. This exhibit explores how intramural sports played a huge role in the development of Greek life at Trinity University from 1980-1989.
This exhibit takes a look into who Jim Potter is and the way he impacted Trintiy University. Potter's legacy lies with his impact on student life and his dedicaiton to making the university the best it could possiby be.
The women of Gamma Chi Delta and their involvement with the intramural sport of inner-tube water polo.
A summary of the rise and fall of Field Hockey with its arrival on campus in 1972 and then its departure four years later in 1976. This looks into why it could have failed and if it has a chance of ever returning in the future.
This exhibit will showcase what the game of Flickerball was and the people that played it. Flickerball became popular at Trinity in the 1970s. Flickerball was played by independent student teams as well as many Greek teams, included the Omega Phi Fraternity amongst others. Eventually Flickerball faded into obscurity during the late 1990s and early 2000s, and today, many Trinity sudents do not know that Flickerball even existed.
Currently, the Intruamural program is a strong and well known part of campus life. However, this has not always been the case. There was a time when the program was in danger of being lost, but thanks to the diligent work of both staff members and students, the program was saved and given new life.