Sidewalk Symposium: Child-planning

Sidewalk Symposium: Child-planning

Students share their thoughts on having kids
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter March 23, 2023

Attitudes towards having children vary widely amongst most new adults. Younger generations seem to have changing attitudes towards having kids, as more people are starting to prioritize good parenting,...

Dania Abreu-Torres

TriniBaddies: The women of Trinity

Get to know some of the great women that lead the Trinity community.
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter March 23, 2023

March is internationally recognized as Women’s History Month (WHM), a time dedicated to celebrating the women who have fought and continue to fight for equality and justice in communities around the...

War paint, battle cries and Greek unity

War paint, battle cries and Greek unity

Greek life organizations compete in a spirit-filled day of competition
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter March 9, 2023

On Friday, March 3, Trinity Fraternity and Sorority Life hosted its annual Greek Olympics competition. This year, Greek life organizations participated in a series of tournaments including inflatable jousting,...

Hammocks outside the chapel

Catching zzz’s across campus

From hammocks to pews, a guide to the best places to nap on campus
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter March 2, 2023

The second-most popular habit of college students, after procrastination, is the self-indulgent act of napping. Trinity has provided many accommodating nap sites that prioritize comfort and stress relief....

Alejandra Caballero

Sidewalk Symposium: Religious involvement

Students around campus discuss how their religious practices have been impacted by collegiate life
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter February 23, 2023

Religion is typically influenced and encouraged by family dynamics. However, as college students move towards independence, it may be difficult for them to maintain the religious practices they are accustomed...

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