"Working for the Mirage has given me a new perspective on campus." Leslie Shapiro, Class of 2010
Order your 2013 yearbook at
cpstore.trinity.edu or email firstname.lastname@example.org
2013 Mirage distribution April 29-May 7.
The Mirage is hiring for 2013-2014! Contact incoming Managing Editor Dominique Davis.
Trinity University's Mirage yearbook is produced entirely by students. A part of the Campus Publications program, the Mirage shares offices and a newsroom with the Trinitonian newspaper in the basement of the Coates West Wing on the Esplanade.
Internships with the Mirage are available for course credit. Register for Communiation 1110. All paid staff positions are institutional work positions and open to all Trinity students.
The eight-member Board of Campus Publications oversees the Campus Publications program. The preamble to the Board's charter acknowledges the University's commitment to the free exchange of student ideas and opinions and the University's recognition "that the student press has a fundamental right to determine the content of its own publications free from censorship and threat of reprisal, suspension, or removal from office. However, Trinity University also expects that the student press will conduct its business in a professional and responsible manner, adhering to the canons of journalism and business ethics."
Faculty, an administrator, and students serve on the Board.
The coordinator for student-edited publications, Katharine Martin, serves as liaison between the Board and Campus Publications staff and as advisor to the students employed by Campus Publications. Faculty members interested in serving on the Board should contact the Faculty Senate. Students should contact the president of the Association of Student Representatives.