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Imposter syndrome: That feeling plaguing college students

Imposter syndrome: That feeling plaguing college students

Students share their experiences battling with and overcoming imposter syndrome
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter February 22, 2024

While college students are often faced with common university-related ailments like frat flu, athlete’s foot and the occasional hangover-induced migraine, some may deal with more psychological phenomena....

Intergalactic excellence and Maddy Reich’s discovery

Intergalactic excellence and Maddy Reich’s discovery

Aspiring astrophysicist at the forefront of 77 new hidden black hole discoveries
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter February 15, 2024

Maddy Reich, senior physics major and astronomy and math double-minor, has always enjoyed math, but she did not discover her passion for astronomy and astrophysics until she began her journey at Trinity....

Sophie Radi, senior neuroscience major

Sidewalk Symposium: Whether weather affects us

Students share their thoughts on weather’s effect on their mood and productivity
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter February 1, 2024

Derian Mowen, senior computer science major Do you think the weather can reflect how productive you are? “Absolutely, the weather has a big effect on my productivity as an individual. The cold also...

Abby Power at the National Art Museum of Catalonia in Barcelona, Spain.

Tigers return from around the world

Get to know the experiences students had while studying abroad Fall 2023
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter January 25, 2024

While Trinity’s physical borders may only cover a 125-acre plot of land, to nearly half of the student body the quest for knowledge is a global adventure. Nearly half of Trinity’s students study abroad...

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Lauren Elliott is unapologetically herself

Elliott speaks on balancing the roles of foreign affairs ambassador, sorority recruiter and radio host
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter November 2, 2023

Lauren Elliott, junior political science major and global supply chain management minor, is unapologetically herself in everything she does. Elliott plays a prominent role in the communication department...

Looking to the past to prepare for Halloween

As Halloween approaches, students reminisce about their childhood costumes and memories
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter October 27, 2023

Maliena Carelli, junior psychology major and sports management minor What did you look forward to most as a kid during Halloween? “It was probably dressing up, getting the candy, but then also...

Bon appétit: A food review of new restaurants on campus

Bon appétit: A food review of new restaurants on campus

Your guide to some of the best meals to get on campus from two student perspectives
Omar Ratrut and Malika Chauhan, Pulse Reporter October 20, 2023

Malika: When dining in the Coates Student Center, I always try to find a filling meal because it is important for me to get through the class day with enough fuel and energy. I try to rotate my options...

Marisa Amarino strives for greatness on and off the court

Marisa Amarino strives for greatness on and off the court

A discussion on camaraderie leadership and Serena Williams
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter October 20, 2023

Marisa Amarino, senior communication major, is a key player in the Trinity community. From her performance on the volleyball court to her leadership off the court, Amarino strives to give back to a community...

UAP Club members celebrate their first meeting of the year with alien cookies and brownies

The truth is out there: UAP Awareness Club

Getting a better understanding of UAPs and their presence in our lives.
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter October 12, 2023

Humanity has long speculated the existence of life beyond our planet, though the probability of space life may not be all that far-fetched. In June 2022, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration...

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Alejandra Caballero Pinedo leads a life of authenticity

Get to know senior Alejandra Caballero Pinedo
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter October 6, 2023

Alejandra Caballero Pinedo, senior political science and economics double-major, strives to lead an authentic life through everything she does. From her involvement in residential life to the SPURS sorority,...

Sidewalk Symposium: Autonomous sensory meridian response

Students discuss the stress-relieving benefits of listening to ASMR videos
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter September 28, 2023

The Trinitonian asked students around Coates Library about the stress-relieving benefits of Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) videos. Nina Pollak Sophomore international studies and international...

Cats, dogs, fish and frogs, oh my!

Cats, dogs, fish and frogs, oh my!

Get to know the furry friends on campus
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter September 21, 2023

Trinity is home to many species of wildlife. From the well-known Trinicats to the ominous foxes and the not-so-rare rat sighting, the Trinity community embraces animal life. While we may see some critters...

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