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When is it my turn to get a washing machine?

When is it my turn to get a washing machine?

Can we please change something in the housing selection that will actually change the housing selection
Samara Gerstle, News Editor April 11, 2024

Like so many other students these past couple of weeks, I’ve been running around trying to stay on top of the housing process. As a rising junior, finally living in a City Vista apartment was the goal....

The more RLS changes, the more it stays the same

The more RLS changes, the more it stays the same

Housing selection changes aim to bring about a more “cohesive” process
Samara Gerstle, News Editor March 21, 2024

This year’s housing selection process, which kicked off on March 18, will include many changes implemented by Residential Life Services (RLS). In an effort to increase the ease of the process, housing...

A complete residence hall review

A complete residence hall review

Students reflect on current housing options around campus and provide advice
Ashlyn Gillespie, Pulse Reporter March 21, 2024

Calvert Hall: Leo, sophomore accounting and finance double-major “Calvert isn’t that bad. I’ve heard a lot of people hate on Calvert, but Calvert’s really pretty good. It’s really close to...

Synergy between living communities, color version

Students’ choice: Living communities on campus

These four dorms put a unique twist on the traditional dorm
Monica Martinez, News Reporter March 21, 2024

With room selection slated for April 1-21, the question of where to live is on students’ minds. Though some students may want the typical dorm experience, Trinity’s living communities add a twist to...

Residential life changes the housing selection system

Residential life changes the housing selection system

Demand for City Vista apartments and North Hall complicates housing choices
Joshua Mitra, News Reporter April 20, 2023

With the high demand for residential areas such as the City Vista Apartments (CV) and North Residence Hall, creating as fair a system as possible for housing registration is a continuous challenge for...

Previously, on SGA: Biance talks housing and free laundry

Previously, on SGA: Biance talks housing and free laundry

The following covers the meeting on March 8.
Alejandra Gerlach, Managing Editor March 9, 2023

Climate Check: Sophomore Senator Ani Siva opened climate check by inviting senators to help with tabling efforts to gather student opinions on dining options. Sophomore Senator Harrison Tinker brought...

Previously, on SGA: Divest Trinity resolution adopted

Previously, on SGA: Divest Trinity resolution adopted

Logan Crews, Editor-in-chief April 28, 2022

Climate Check First-year Ani Siva began Climate Check with a concern brought forth by Miller and Calvert residents about students destroying exit signs in their residence halls. A Residential Life Coordinator...

City Vista apartments reopen for the 2022-2023 school year

City Vista apartments reopen for the 2022-2023 school year

Rising seniors express frustrations over housing options
Emma Utzinger, News Reporter April 28, 2022

Since the spring of 2021, City Vista apartments have been closed, undergoing repairs and renovations from damages sustained during that year’s winter storm. After rooms had already been assigned, City...

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...

Photo credit: Kate Nuelle

News brief: 10/30

Dana Nichols October 29, 2020
Spike in COVID-19 cases, hiring committee for Dean of Students formed and more

Housing Guide

Editorial Board June 30, 2020

As part of addressing the threat of COVID-19, Trinity University is releasing more students than ever to live off campus during the spring semester. Right now, students are seeking apartments and houses...

How did Trinity decide who stayed on campus for the rest of the semester?

How did Trinity decide who stayed on campus for the rest of the semester?

Kathleen Creedon March 19, 2020
A Q&A with dean of students David Tuttle explains it all

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