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The Student News Site of Trinity University

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Senior Lauren Dotson places her artwork for sale on stands for Art Market

Students show their creative side at the biannual Art Market

A look into the behind-the-scene artistic crafts of student art market vendors
Lottie Correia, Arts Reporter April 18, 2024

The Trinity University Art Market returns once again today, Friday, April 19. Showcasing the wares of more than 40 vendors, students at this semester’s art market will sell a wide variety of creative...

Charting new courses for dining

Charting new courses for dining

Chartwells first year at Trinity presented a learning process for all
Joshua Mitra, News Reporter April 18, 2024

Chartwells’ arrival as Trinity’s dining provider headlined with the promise of providing more sustainability. One year after making this promise, opinions from the student body have been mixed regarding...

Crochet away: Not knitting, not knotting

Crochet away: Not knitting, not knotting

Students share their love of crocheting and the crocheted creations they have made
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter April 18, 2024

Once thought a dying art, crocheting has begun to gain more traction over the last few years. With a reignited passion for crocheting, students share their crocheting journeys. Claire Carpenter, junior...

Close the laptop, get away from the desk, go outside

Close the laptop, get away from the desk, go outside

We shouldn't wait for an eclipse to enjoy our time spent in the great outdoors
Ashwini Vivek, Opinion Columnist April 18, 2024

During the recent solar eclipse, millions flocked to fields and front yards, equipped with eclipse glasses and excitement. The event drew people away from their homes and workplaces to witness a natural...

San Antonio is Underrated Color version

San Antonio: The most Texas that Texas has to offer

Emma Power, Opinion Columnist April 18, 2024

Growing up in Kyle, a suburb to the south of Austin, I was literally in the Heart of Texas. A short 30-minute drive could land (not including traffic) my family and me in downtown Austin to walk around...

Online era shapes the future of women’s sports

Online era shapes the future of women’s sports

Strategic use of social media has been key to drawing fans and viewers to women’s sports.
Scott Lebo, Sports Reporter April 11, 2024

The call for female athletes to get fairly paid has been around for years, but that money just doesn’t exist due to the lack of equal viewership, advertisement, merchandise and more. Unfortunately, this...

Final Four Color Vers.

Finally, it’s the Final Four

NCAA College basketball season comes to an exciting close as men’s March Madness tournament is in the books
Cole Isaacson, Sports Reporter April 11, 2024

March Madness came to an end in early April as the University of Connecticut Huskies won the national championship 75-60 over the Purdue University Boilermakers. The Huskies and Boilermakers were two of...

Neely Burns

The Locker Room: National Champion Neely Burns

Burns’s thoughts on title, decision to join Trinity and differences between heat and humidity
Caleb Reed, Sports Editor April 11, 2024

When Sophomore Neely Burns crossed the line to finish the 400 IM at the NCAA Division III swim meet, she became the first national champion for Trinity women’s swim and dive in the program’s history,...

Book Festival brings authors and readers together

Book Festival brings authors and readers together

Those attending the festival share the benefits of celebrating books
Sierra Goode, News Reporter April 11, 2024

Tomorrow San Antonio will host over 90 authors in its 12th public annual Book Festival at the Central Library. The San Antonio Book Festival (SABF) is a free public event where visitors can talk to authors,...

Primal rage is the name of the game in ‘Monkey Man’

Primal rage is the name of the game in ‘Monkey Man’

Actor Dev Patel makes a stylish and hard-hitting directorial debut
Om Dighe, Arts & Entertainment Columnist April 11, 2024

“Monkey Man” is an action film from Oscar-nominated actor Dev Patel (“Lion”) in his feature film debut. The story follows a young man (credited as Kid) as he sets off on a crusade of vengeance...

A great evil is born in ‘The First Omen’

A great evil is born in ‘The First Omen’

This belated prequel to a horror classic is a breath of fresh air for ‘The Omen’ franchise
Om Dighe, Arts & Entertainment Columnist April 11, 2024

“The First Omen,” the prequel to Richard Donner’s 1976 classic “The Omen,” is a horror film from director and co-writer Arkasha Stevenson in her feature film debut. The film follows Margaret,...

Jacky Jimenez

Sidewalk Symposium: Favorite classes

Students share their favorite classes they have taken during their time at Trinity
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter April 11, 2024

Jacky Jimenez, senior marketing major What’s your favorite class you've taken at Trinity? “My favorite class that I've taken at Trinity is Sports Marketing and Sponsorship. It is with Professor Rick...