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ALE internships: An opportunity for discovery

ALE internships: An opportunity for discovery

Trinity students discuss their experience with the Arts, Letters and Enterprise internship program
Daniel Itkins, Pulse Reporter February 15, 2024

The search for internships can be challenging for college students, making them question if an internship is worth all the effort of finding one. Trinity University offers students an option in the Arts,...

Selma Sanchez, junior

Sidewalk Symposium: What is love? (Baby, don’t hurt me)

Daniel Itkins, Pulse Reporter February 8, 2024

Selma Sanchez, junior communication and Spanish double-major What is love? “Love is this feeling that you get when you are surrounded by the people that you care about and those that you want to take...

Harvard President resignation: Allegations and deliberation

Harvard President resignation: Allegations and deliberation

Students react to the resignation of Claudine Gay, former Harvard University President
Daniel Itkins, Pulse Reporter January 28, 2024

Former President of Harvard University Claudine Gay — the first Black president in the university’s history — resigned from her position in early January. About a month prior, Gay appeared before...

Law school: The best of times, the worst of crimes

Law school: The best of times, the worst of crimes

Prospective law students and law advisor share their experience with Trinity’s pre-law path
Daniel Itkins, Pulse Reporter November 9, 2023

Law school is a costly decision; it can drain you of time and money. However, Trinity students who pursue the pre-law path have opportunities to navigate their career aspirations and ultimately make a...

Christian Araujo Medina

International students’ candid thoughts on life in Texas

Trinity international students share their perspectives on living in the Lone Star State
Daniel Itkins, Pulse Reporter November 2, 2023

Moving to a foreign country is often accompanied by immense change and self-reflection. Trinity international students represent 10% of the student population and hail from countries as far-flung as Costa...

Students and Halloween: What does it mean?

Trinity students and professor share their Halloween beliefs and experiences
Daniel Itkins, Pulse Reporter November 1, 2023

For the Trinity community, the celebration of Halloween changes with age, from trick-or-treating to hanging out with friends or attending parties. Sam Crockett, sophomore undeclared major, said that...

Healthier living: Professors go outdoors

Healthier living: Professors go outdoors

Professor King shares thoughts regarding a healthy lifestyle
Daniel Itkins, Pulse Reporter October 16, 2023

Chains, gravel and 4,275 feet of altitude gain summarized the journey to Trinidad, Colorado for Jonathan King, chair of health professions, Rubén Dupertuis, school of arts and humanities dean and Harry...

Turn on the lights, turn off the lights, but don’t forget safety

Turn on the lights, turn off the lights, but don’t forget safety

Students share their perspectives on fraternity party safety
Daniel Itkins, Pulse Reporter October 6, 2023

Trinity University implemented the Safer Parties Initiative (SPIn) to keep its students safe. There are numerous actions Trinity students can take to compliment the policies of SPIn to preserve the health...

Class of 25 Joy Areola speaks at the  SGA Transparency meeting. Photo by Fredric Marmolejo

SGA president and vice president both respond to finance transparency concerns

Daniel Itkins, Pulse Reporter October 6, 2023

In the fourth issue of the Trinitonian published this semester, opinion columnist Jack Maxwell called for more funding transparency from the Student Government Association (SGA) in how they distribute...

Bop-A-Frog brings hoppiness to campus

Bop-A-Frog brings hoppiness to campus

Take a look behind the scenes of the student-owned squishy stand in Coates
Daniel Itkins, Pulse Reporter September 28, 2023

First-year Olivia Scott decided to take business matters into her own hands by setting up a table in the Coates Student Center (Coates). Her business, Bop-A-Frog, offers Trinity students the opportunity...

Cardiac Hill: The most challenging obstacle at Trinity

Cardiac Hill: The most challenging obstacle at Trinity

Students weigh in on the Murchison-Coates staircase trek
Daniel Itkins, Pulse Reporter September 21, 2023

For students that live in the dorms located on lower campus, the walk to class can be described as a short journey. For others, though, it’s an uphill battle infamously known as “Cardiac Hill.” Here...

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