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Talking to TigerTV: Filming from home

From news to the "Not So Late Show," TigerTV has no shortage of new content every week
Emily Jamieson, Pulse Reporter April 14, 2021

TigerTV is a campus organization that allows students to produce and star in various segments, including news and comedy. Throughout the pandemic, there have been various changes to roles and responsibilities,...

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Tigerthon breaks fundraising record by raising over $25,000

From tattoos to TikTok dances, Tigerthon pulled out all the stops to raise money for kids
Mikayla Mullin, Pulse Reporter April 11, 2021

Around campus, people have been dyeing their hair, doing TikTok dances, and pieing professors’ faces; all to raise money for a Trinity organization called TigerThon. So you may be wondering, what is...

Tour guides and 'Virtual RA's' adapt to changing campus

Tour guides and ‘Virtual RA’s’ adapt to changing campus

Prospective students given the option to attend virtual tours
Emily Jamieson, Pulse Reporter April 7, 2021

For over a year now, the pandemic has continued to impact Trinity’s campus and activities. Most notably, campus fixtures such as tour guiding and residential life have seen unprecedented changes to their...

Mirage yearbook sent to presses

Mirage yearbook sent to presses

Editors, staff overcome challenges while documenting school year
Mikayla Mullin, Pulse Reporter March 28, 2021

It’s been a historic year under COVID-19, which means that the Mirage, Trinity’s yearbook, had the opportunity to make a historic yearbook. Now that the 2020-2021 Mirage has gone to the presses, how...

Q&A with author Joy Castro

Q&A with author Joy Castro

The Trinity alumna will be giving a lecture on the 25th via Zoom
Kayla Padilla, Editor-in-Chief March 24, 2021

Joy Castro ‘90, award-winning author of The Truth Book, two literary thrillers, an essay collection and a short fiction collection, will be giving a lecture via Zoom tomorrow titled, “Packing a Punch:...

Students publish research on rats and addiction

Students publish research on rats and addiction

Under professor of psychology Kah-Chung Leong, students studied "sugar-seeking behavior" in rats
Isabel Chavez, Pulse Reporter March 23, 2021

When you think of rats, you might think of a grimy sewer rodent, or maybe a tiny chef in Paris who led a restaurant to become a hit overnight. For three neuroscience undergraduates, however, rats are their...

Senior Gabriella Garriga looks to 'mobilize real change'

Senior Gabriella Garriga looks to ‘mobilize real change’

Student Spotlight: Garriga’s extensive experience with social justice work has shaped her post-graduate career
Kayla Padilla, Editor-in-Chief March 19, 2021

Senior Gabriella Garriga, set to graduate this May with degrees in sociology and economics and a minor in Spanish, has always had an interest in addressing inequities in her community, particularly through...

COVID and housing

Trinity alumni respond to reinstated residency requirement

The alumni express concern over the reinstatement
Isabel Chavez, Pulse Reporter March 17, 2021

“Ghost town” has been a popular description for campus life this year due to the lack of in-person events and significantly fewer people wandering around campus. While it’s been a great perk for...

Senior Cecelia Turkewitz has maintained a commitment to social justice

Senior Cecelia Turkewitz has maintained a commitment to social justice

Student spotlight: Turkewitz's project involvements have been wide-ranging during her undergraduate career
Emily Jamieson, Pulse Reporter March 14, 2021

Senior sociology major and economics minor Cecelia Turkewitz is no stranger to community engagement. From spearheading the Clothesline Project to serving on the Trinity Roots Commission, Turkewitz has...

Members of Trinity Mutual Aid tabling in between residence halls

Trinity Mutual Aid raises over $100,000 in four days

The non-Trinity affiliated organization helped the San Antonio community navigate the winter storm
Kayla Padilla, Editor-in-Chief March 10, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with the devastating winter storm, has left some of the Trinity community in need of resources. Whether it be groceries, household essentials, or money, Trinity Mutual Aid...

TU Pro-Choice officially a student organization

TU Pro-Choice officially a student organization

The club aims to provide a safe space for people who need pro-choice resources or want to become more involved
Isabel Chavez, Pulse Reporter March 7, 2021

You may have convinced yourself that you imagined the presence of a pro-choice club on campus, who made a brief appearance in 2019 then quietly faded away. TU Pro-Choice is back as a newly officially recognized...

So you tested positive for Covid, now what?

So you tested positive for Covid, now what?

Two students detail their experiences battling Covid on campus, and the services provided to them
Mikayla Mullin, Pulse Reporter March 3, 2021

On February 26th, Trinity students received an email from Tess Coody-Anders informing them of the increase in Covid cases on campus. There are now 53 people quarantining in Trinity’s main campus and...

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