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The Covid Center is located in Myrtle above the Health Services office.

Blame it on the Pandemic:

COVID restrictions over the years
Monica Martinez, News Reporter November 18, 2022

My fall semester has come with a “blame it on the pandemic” mentality, where seemingly every problem I run into is because of COVID. Social anxiety and construction delays? COVID. For me, a world...

Duncan Ganley opens his show at the Neidorff Art Gallery

Duncan Ganley opens his show at the Neidorff Art Gallery

The once empty gallery now filled with the “Inventory of Empty Streets”
Adison Miser, Arts & Entertainment Reporter November 18, 2022

Two weeks ago, British artist Duncan Ganley opened his show the “Inventory of Empty Streets” at the Neidorff Art Gallery in the Dicke-Smith Art Building. Duncan Ganley’s show consists of 3,143 images...

‘Tis the season for staying healthy

‘Tis the season for staying healthy

As the weather changes and sickness spreads, learn how to stay healthy this holiday season
Karoline Beazley Reese, Intern November 18, 2022

It’s a chilly winter day, and you wake up to a familiar tingle at the back of your throat. Before you know it, you’ve gone through an entire tissue box and it’s time to go on another CVS run for...

Finals are hard. Eat a vegetable.

Finals are hard. Eat a vegetable.

Alejandra Gerlach, Managing Editor April 21, 2022

It’s that time of year again. It seems like everyone on campus is suffering from some form of allergies, be it a runny nose or a relentless cough. While seasonal allergies are nothing new, this round...

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News brief: ProtecTU policies to change

Sarah Fisher, News Editor March 3, 2022

Trinity University has required masks in all indoor spaces since students returned to campus in the fall of 2020. Now, after monitoring the changes in COVID transmission on campus and in San Antonio, the...

Students observe COVID protocol by wearing masks indoors.

COVID Comparisons

Taking a look at local universities’ responses to COVID
Abby Power, News reporter February 17, 2022

In the COVID update from Tess Coody-Anders, Vice President for Strategic Communications and Marketing, for the week of Feb. 7, she summarized the positive developments on the COVID front on Trinity’s...

The Omicron variant brings changes to the spring calendar

The Omicron variant brings changes to the spring calendar

Emma Utzinger, News Reporter February 10, 2022

Originally set to start on Jan. 12, Trinity’s spring 2022 semester was pushed back to Jan. 31 due to concerns over the Omicron variant. With spiking COVID numbers in Bexar County, the Nerve Center and...

Bid Day 2021

How has Bid Day survived COVID-19?

Greek life organizations will celebrate new members outdoors and masked up
Audrey Deering, Pulse Reporter February 10, 2022

For many Trinity students, Bid Day is a much-anticipated Greek life tradition that welcomes new members into one of the 14 Greek life organizations. However, just like countless other events on campus,...

Trinity keeps mask mandate in place

Trinity keeps mask mandate in place

ProtecTU policies still enforce masks indoors, deviating from the other universities’ policies
Caitlin Huisman, News Reporter November 18, 2021

As Thanksgiving break approaches, many students have been hoping that the ProtecTU policies would allow fully vaccinated individuals to be unmasked indoors on campus. However, despite the success of the...

Students reflect on the pros and cons of fall graduation

Students reflect on the pros and cons of fall graduation

COVID, graduate school, job market all to be considered
Mikayla Mullin, Pulse Reporter November 18, 2021

While some of us have been preparing for next semester, other students are preparing to graduate. Returning students will just be taking a small break from Trinity this winter, they’ll be starting a...

Virtual faculty returned to campus Oct. 4

Virtual faculty returned to campus Oct. 4

Professors had to be immunocompromised or live with someone at-risk to be approved to work from home
Emma Utzinger, News Reporter October 14, 2021

Though most of Trinity’s faculty returned to campus at the beginning of the semester, a select number of professors were able to continue working remotely because of concerns over COVID. The university...

University offered faculty, staff monetary stimulus to alleviate budget problems

University offered faculty, staff monetary stimulus to alleviate budget problems

Fifteen faculty members and 41 staff took advantage of the Voluntary Separation Incentive Plan
Emma Utzinger, News Reporter September 23, 2021

A wave of faculty and staff left Trinity this spring following university efforts to cut pandemic-induced costs. In the past year and a half, Trinity University’s budget has taken a hit due to the...

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