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Trinity Class of 2022 class ring

Seniors: it was the best of times, it was the worst of times

Graduating seniors reflect on their greatest highs and lows from their time at Trinity.
Cheyanne McDaniel, Pulse Reporter April 28, 2022

As the academic year comes to a close, Trinity seniors are saying goodbye to what has been their home for the past four years. Everything from a pandemic to snowstorms has made it difficult for many students...

Trinity students secure jobs and internships for the summer

Trinity students secure jobs and internships for the summer

Students share summer plans, express excitement to gain experience or make money
Lauren Roddis, Pulse Reporter April 28, 2022

Stress and time management take on a whole new meaning at the end of the spring semester, a time when most students are wrapping up their classes while simultaneously solidifying their summer plans. The...

How to manage stress during finals season

How to manage stress during finals season

From taking care of yourself to decompressing with music, there are many tools students can use to keep their mental health up during finals.
Emma Power, Pulse Reporter April 28, 2022

Finals season is one of the most daunting aspects of being a college student. Between the late-night study sessions and the early morning cramming, finals can take a toll on the health and well-being of...

SGA President-Elect, Danny Nguyen

Getting to know SGA student representatives for 2022-23

Three elects drop the politics to share fun facts
Emma Power, Pulse reporter April 25, 2022

With the recent SGA elections, the Trinitonian sat down with president-elect Danny Nguyen and senators-elect Penelope Slentz and Allison Waters. These interviews are a “getting to know you” tool for...

Major-ly cool degrees at Trinity

Major-ly cool degrees at Trinity

A closer look at three unique majors that Trinity offers to its students
Cheyanne McDaniel, Pulse Reporter April 21, 2022

With more than 100 majors and minors, Trinity’s course options can be overwhelming. From the humanities to STEM, students can take classes across a myriad of disciplines during their time at Trinity....

How the Trinity community celebrated holidays in April

How the Trinity community celebrated holidays in April

The community has celebrated holidays from many cultural backgrounds throughout the month of April
Lauren Roddis, Pulse Reporter April 21, 2022

  Easter: April 1 Easter took place on April 17 this year, and Trinity’s Chapel | Spiritual Life (CSL) put on some festivities to celebrate. Easter is a Christian holiday celebrating Jesus's...

Campus skateboard fever

Campus skateboard fever

A growing community on wheels
Lauren Roddis, Pulse Reporter April 14, 2022

Skateboarding has always had a bit of a reputation for rebellion, but Trinity’s campus skateboarding culture arguably does not represent that. While some students use skateboarding to get around campus...

Murchison Tower and Miller Fountain

What makes Trinity Trinity

Traditions and superstitions found on campus
Cheyanne McDaniel, Pulse Reporter April 14, 2022

Since Trinity University’s founding in 1869, students have developed and evolved a number of traditions and superstitions. The COVID-19 pandemic kept many students off-campus, and as a result, many first-years...

The Center for International Engagement provides information and resources regarding Fulbright scholarships.

Fulbright 101

What the U.S. Fulbright Student Program has to offer and how to apply
Emma Power, Pulse reporter April 14, 2022

On March 30, Gina Pham, Associate Director for CIE, and Sabrina Cortez, Study Abroad Advisor, held a Fulbright Information Session in the Center for International Engagement. For some students this was...

Campus resources: Mental health emergency support

Campus resources: Mental health emergency support

What support is available for on-campus students during a mental health emergency
Cheyanne McDaniel, Pulse Reporter April 7, 2022

Emergency support for mental health crises is available 24 hours a day for students when on campus. Mental health crises can vary greatly from person to person but are typically classified as any situation...

Student giving opinion about affordable dining options off campus

Students’ favorite local San Antonio restaurants

From Ming's Thing to Chipotle, here are some restaurants close to campus to try
Emma Power, Pulse reporter April 7, 2022

As the semester goes on, relying on Mabee, Steak n’ Shake, Taco Taco, Freshii, Revolve and Einstein Bros. Bagels for nearly every meal can get tiring. Fortunately, there are a lot of restaurants in the...

Frozen Solid Geology: Asmara Lehrmann gives a talk on glacial research in Antarctica

Frozen Solid Geology: Asmara Lehrmann gives a talk on glacial research in Antarctica

The Trinity alumna researched foraminifera while aboard the RVIB Nathaniel B. Palmer
Cheyanne McDaniel, Pulse Reporter March 31, 2022

Asmara Lehrmann's work as a geologist has taken her all around the world. Most recently, Lehrmann boarded a research vessel, the RVIB Nathaniel B. Palmer, to study Thwaites Glacier in West Antarctica....

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