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Dana Sheehans classic Doc Martens are her go-to shoes.

Students showcase everyday fashion

The stories behind students’ fashion favorites and interests
Mikayla Mullin, Pulse Reporter December 2, 2021

Our clothing says a lot about us. It tells people who we are and where we’ve been, so when you look around campus at all the different outfits and styles, you get to learn a little bit about all...

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...

Photograph provided by Professor Katsuo Nishikawa

Students engage with local refugee community through gardening

Mikayla Mullin, Pulse Reporter November 11, 2021

This semester, the Introduction to International Studies class (INTL-1301) is getting out of the classroom and into the real world. Instead of just learning about the plight of today’s refugees, they’re...

Sophomore tutors experience FYE in-person for first time

Sophomore tutors experience FYE in-person for first time

Tutors face unique challenges after taking FYE online in 2020
Mikayla Mullin, Pulse Reporter October 28, 2021

This year's sophomore First-Year Experience (FYE) tutors are facing new challenges as they navigate the transition from online learning to in-person tutoring. FYE peer tutors are students that have...

Jojo, a good pup and Leos service animal.

“Can I pet your dog?”: A guide to service animal etiquette

Spencer Scruggs, accessibility services director, gives tips on service animal etiquette
Mikayla Mullin, Pulse Reporter October 28, 2021

Chances are you’ve seen a service animal on campus. Maybe you were even interested in learning more about them, but you probably didn’t know the right way to approach their owner, or if you even should. If...

1869 Scholars Program offer students mentors

1869 Scholars Program offer students mentors

Alumni mentors provide guidance and develop relationships in the year-long program
Mikayla Mullin, Pulse Reporter October 21, 2021

How many alumni do you actually know? If you’re someone looking for advice or networking, you probably aren’t in contact with as many alumni as you’d like. For the many students who feel that way,...

TUVAC collects donations for hurricane victims

TUVAC collects donations for hurricane victims

Mikayla Mullin, Pulse Reporter October 21, 2021
The donation drive is in partnership with the San Antonio Food Bank
Tiger Learning Commons provides academic support amid midterms

Tiger Learning Commons provides academic support amid midterms

Students can find discipline-focused assistance through multiple offerings
Mikayla Mullin, Pulse Reporter October 7, 2021

If you have a ten page paper that needs editing, a calculus problem that you just can’t make sense of, or you just need help getting a handle on your classes this semester, you can visit the Trinity...

Students celebrate East Asian culture at Mid-Autumn Festival

Students celebrate East Asian culture at Mid-Autumn Festival

Attendees enjoyed lantern and origami making, treats and the less-traditional chopstick races
Mikayla Mullin, Pulse Reporter October 7, 2021

If you were craving mooncakes last weekend, you probably found yourself at Trinity’s Jim Potter Intramural Field attending the Mid-Autumn Festival. The Mid-Autumn Festival was an event thrown by the...

Trinity Mutual Aid raises $3000 at community market

Trinity Mutual Aid raises $3000 at community market

Organizers leaned into their creativity when planning the event
Mikayla Mullin, Pulse Reporter September 23, 2021

If you walked into What’s Brewing Roastery and Cafe on Saturday, Sept. 11, you would have immediately been enveloped in the aroma of roasting coffee and the dinging of pinball machines. The real action,...

Business majors given alternative to study abroad

Business majors given alternative to study abroad

Credit options include foreign language and international classes
Mikayla Mullin, Pulse Reporter April 25, 2021

In the past, business majors have had the choice between meeting one of two requirements to graduate: they could study abroad or complete a modern foreign language course up to 2302 or its equivalent. However,...

Interviewing to be an RA, whats it like?

Interviewing to be an RA, what’s it like?

Current residential assistants share their past interview experiences
Mikayla Mullin, Pulse Reporter April 21, 2021

To be one of the few chosen to be a Resident Assistant (RA) on Trinity’s campus, students have to go through an interview process. Rachel Boaz Toppel, Assistant Director for Residential Education, is...

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