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Tigers tear up the competition at no. 1

Tigers tear up the competition at no. 1

Trinity Women’s basketball remains undefeated after first two games of 2023
Caleb Reed, Sports Reporter January 26, 2023

Trinity women’s basketball extended a 19-game win streak in their first two home games of the spring semester, maintaining their perfect record throughout the season. The Tigers’ dominant performances...

Construction outside of Murchison

Facilities Services work to keep Trinity’s campus up-to-date

14.4 million dollar improvements for campus residences planned for summer
Joshua Mitra, News Reporter January 26, 2023

Facilities Services work on a number of projects to keep campus running smoothly. From the current projects regarding greenery and irrigation systems at City Vista to future plans of refurbishing Camille...

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Students face predicaments with class registration as spring semester begins

Students reimagine their schedules facing typical issues and last-minute professor leaves
Monica Martinez, News Reporter January 26, 2023

On Nov. 7, 2022, students began to register for their spring semester classes. It was commonplace to see students carefully crafting their schedules, utilizing the “search for sections” feature in...

“Driven, silly and busy,” Shauna Odum takes on the world of neuroscience

“Driven, silly and busy,” Shauna Odum takes on the world of neuroscience

Catherine Zarr, Pulse Reporter January 26, 2023

Senior Shauna Odum is a researcher, Criminal Minds fanatic and self-described “STEM girlie.” She has always been fascinated by all things science, so a neuroscience major was the perfect fit. “I...

Construction crews lay a flat bed of concrete as they work to replace the recognizable baseball field on Lower Campus.

Almost there: renovations to the baseball field and tennis courts

Baseball field renovation results in closed parking lot and inaccessible tennis courts
Monica Martinez, News Reporter November 10, 2022

Upon arriving on campus this fall, students were greeted by the dulcet tones of bulldozers and beeping to the right of the William H. Bell Athletic Center (Bell Center). Construction workers have laid...

New faculty hiring processes intended to expand diversity

New faculty hiring processes intended to expand diversity

First-ever Trinity faculty cluster hire will add 23 tenure-track faculty members that will be connected by a research community that focuses on building inclusive communities
Abby Power, News reporter November 10, 2022

While speaking at a Student Government Association (SGA) meeting on Oct. 19, Megan Mustain, provost and vice president for academic affairs, spoke about Trinity’s goal to hire at least 23 tenure-track...

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A hike around Trinity University’s campus

Looking at how far some of the most unconventional classrooms are from one another
Angelina D'Elia, Arts & Entertainment Editor October 20, 2022

With all of the construction and building renovations going on around campus, there are classes happening in some pretty unconventional places this year, such as the Robert R. Witt Reception Center, the...

Rockbot in Mabee: Let us judge your music

Rockbot in Mabee: Let us judge your music

Has the music in Mabee gotten better or worse since Rockbot was implemented?
Madison Haxton, Arts and Entertainment Reporter October 20, 2022

Mabee Dining Hall’s playlist is now in the students’ hands. Remember when Dua Lipa’s “Levitating” played three times in a row last semester? Mabee has taken steps to combat this by implementing...

The roster of the ladies in the SPURS in 1932

Spurring on: SPURS celebrates 90 years

Trinity’s largest and oldest sorority reflects on years past and looks to the future
Samara Gerstle, News Reporter October 20, 2022

Almost a third of the Trinity student body participates in Greek life, with ten sororities and seven fraternities on campus. The largest sorority, Spurs Sorority (SPURS), which claims 95 members, also...

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Angela Miranda-Clark makes effort to educate about Title IX

Trinity’s Title IX coordinator works to make students feel comfortable reporting to her
Monica Martinez, News Reporter October 20, 2022

Title IX is a federal law enacted in 1972 that prevents gender and sex-based discrimination at institutions that receive federal assistance. Title IX covers equality in sports, but it also encompasses...

A panel of five judges ask the Stumberg finalists questions to determine the final winner.

Stumberg competition results in two winners for the first time ever: Range Rehab and ReCap

Annual entrepreneurship competition highlights six innovative student companies
Abby Power, News Reporter October 20, 2022

Six teams. Six companies. One summer accelerator program. One grand prize of $25,000. Or so was the plan for the eighth annual Louis H. Stumberg Venture Competition final round on Oct. 19. However, after...

Why getting ethnic names right matters

Why getting ethnic names right matters

Ashwini Vivek, Opinion Columnist October 20, 2022

Growing up in America with an ethnic name means you constantly have to be ready to give up some part of your heritage to make yourself more palatable to schools, jobs or even just people you meet in passing....

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