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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...

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...

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...

A Guide to Fall 2022 Housing Applications

A Guide to Fall 2022 Housing Applications

How to navigate the on-campus housing application process
Emma Power, Pulse Reporter March 24, 2022

While it can be daunting, there are steps below breaking down the Fall housing process. From applying for housing, finding roommates/suitemates, to which dorms will be housing for which year, this guide...

A look into Tiger TV

A look into Tiger TV

Newswave and Studio 21 provide students with student-created entertainment
Emma Power, Pulse Reporter March 17, 2022

There are many media outlets available for students to enjoy at Trinity, and TigerTV offers a few different options for students to view content, including Newswave and Studio 21. The Trinitonian sat down...

Getting prepared for the future with CELCS

Getting prepared for the future with CELCS

The Center for Experiential Learning and Career Success (CELCS) offers many resources for all students
Emma Power, Pulse reporter March 3, 2022

Most college students have the same question hanging over their heads: what comes next? Some may have a detailed outline of what their post-Trinity life might look like, while others may have no clue....

Sidewalk Symposium: Russia-Ukraine Conflict

Sidewalk Symposium: Russia-Ukraine Conflict

Emma Power, Pulse reporter February 24, 2022

In recent news, the Russia-Ukraine conflict has led to much chatter and speculation both on Twitter and on major news outlets. According to BBC News, the US has said that over 150,000 Russian troops are...

The (candle)light  in a dark situation

The (candle)light in a dark situation

Dr. Peter O’Brien’s account of the frozen start to the semester
Emma Power, Pulse reporter February 17, 2022

A lesson many have learned over the past couple of years through events like the COVID-19 pandemic and freezing February temperatures is how to adapt to their situation. Peter O’Brien, professor of political...

Trinity cat by feeding station

Cat Alliance Trinity seeks to become a Registered Student Organization

RSO status would bring increased visibility to the needs of the campus cats
Emma Power, Pulse reporter February 10, 2022

Most Trinity students have heard about the Cat Alliance Trinity (CAT) at some point during their time here, whether by involvement in the 70-plus member group or through encounters with many of the 22...

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