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Opinion: Mental Health vs playing through the pain

Opinion: Mental Health vs playing through the pain

While discussions on mental health change, athletic culture still prioritizes performance over people
Alejandra Gerlach, Sports Reporter October 21, 2021

1996. Atlanta. It’s the Olympic Games, and USA gymnast Kerri Strug is stepping up to her mark for her first vault attempt. A sub-par performance by a teammate meant that it was up to 18-year-old Strug...

1869 Scholars Program offer students mentors

1869 Scholars Program offer students mentors

Alumni mentors provide guidance and develop relationships in the year-long program
Mikayla Mullin, Pulse Reporter October 21, 2021

How many alumni do you actually know? If you’re someone looking for advice or networking, you probably aren’t in contact with as many alumni as you’d like. For the many students who feel that way,...

TUVAC collects donations for hurricane victims

TUVAC collects donations for hurricane victims

Mikayla Mullin, Pulse Reporter October 21, 2021
The donation drive is in partnership with the San Antonio Food Bank
Rat spotted in CSI

Rat spotted in CSI

Vermin sparks concern and curiosity for students, staff
Caitlin Huisman, Pulse Reporter October 21, 2021

At around 1:30 p.m. on Sept. 29, a rat was spotted by students in a Center for Sciences and Innovation (CSI) chemistry lab. A chemistry faculty member reported the sighting to Facilities Services to have...

Cheesy horror is back: A review of Malignant

Cheesy horror is back: A review of “Malignant”

The director of "The Conjuring" brings the aesthetic of '80s horror into 2021
Om Dighe, Arts Columnist October 21, 2021

"Malignant" is the latest horror film from James Wan, the director of "Saw," "Insidious," "The Conjuring," "Furious 7" and "Aquaman." The film stars Annabelle Wallis (from "Peaky Blinders") as Madison,...

From the Editors Desk: Registration doesnt have to hurt

From the Editors’ Desk: Registration doesn’t have to hurt

Our advice on a smooth spring course registration
Logan Crews, Managing Editor October 21, 2021

In case you missed the email from the Office of the Registrar sent out on Tuesday, pre-registration for Spring 2022 begins on Nov. 8. It’s that lovely time of year when students must process the upcoming...

Give it a rest: The trouble with classifying music into genres

Give it a rest: The trouble with classifying music into genres

The traditional labeling of music genres fails to account for all the nuances of music
Ayden Smith, Arts Columnist October 21, 2021

I have SiriusXM radio in my car, and I am often overwhelmed by the number of channels. SiriusXM satellite radio boasts almost 150 different music channels. There are some broad categories like pop and...

Senior Spotlight: Cameron Krimbill

Senior Spotlight: Cameron Krimbill

A closer look at the ITA Southwest Region Singles Champion title-holder
Luke Terry, Sports Reporter October 21, 2021

It isn’t often that you hear the name of an athlete and think just as highly of their activity off the court as their performance on it, but for graduate tennis player Cameron Krimbill, this is the case. Krimbill...

Previously, on SGA: Student safety and wellbeing

Previously, on SGA: Student safety and wellbeing

The following covers the meeting on Oct. 20.
Phoebe Murphy, News Editor October 21, 2021

Climate Check Sophomore senator Danae Barkocy began climate check by inquiring about the rules for off-campus groups holding events like tabling at Trinity. President Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh, senior, and...

Tigers Against Aramark: The Next Step in Re-Imagining Dining On-Campus

Tigers Against Aramark: The Next Step in Re-Imagining Dining On-Campus

Written by: Tigers Against Aramark Members (Rachel Poovathoor, Brandon Niday, Joy Patterson, Ani Siva)

If you’re new to campus, you may not have heard of us. In the summer of 2020, Tigers Against Aramark was born out of frustration, spirit, and determination to fight against our University’s complicity...

Stumberg Winners Microlev

MicroLev wins $25,000 in Stumberg Competition

Four student startup teams competed for grand prize in final round of entrepreneurial race
Emma Utzinger, News Reporter October 21, 2021

Four teams stand on the stage, awaiting judgment. They have been working hard to develop a company for the last 11 months, and now the time has finally arrived: the Louis H. Stumberg New Venture Competition...

TU Cribs: Escape from campus chaos in none other than Coates

TU Cribs: Escape from campus chaos in none other than Coates

Courtney Balderas, Director of Diversity and Inclusion, embraces her role in her student-centered space
Mackenzie Cook, Pulse Editor October 21, 2021

Every week, we will be interviewing professors known for their office hours, whether for their cozy ambiance or their iconic office decor and getting to know them and their spaces a little better....

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