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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....

Remembering Dr. Coleen Grissom

Remembering Dr. Coleen Grissom

Faculty and alumni share memories of the venerated author, professor and administrator
Ashlyn Gillespie, Pulse Reporter February 22, 2024

Many people knew and loved Coleen Grissom — former author, English professor and Vice President of Student Affairs. Grissom passed in January, and Trinity held a Celebration of Life Service in Margarite...

Teers of joy: Finding love at Trinity

Teers of joy: Finding love at Trinity

Evan Mailloux and Isabel Elsisi share meaningful moments from their relationship
Malika Chauhan, Pulse Reporter February 15, 2024

Relationships entail all sorts of dynamics, stories, memories and connections. Whether meeting someone in class or through mutual friends, relationships are often unexpected but rooted in the same foundation...

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....

ALE internships: An opportunity for discovery

ALE internships: An opportunity for discovery

Trinity students discuss their experience with the Arts, Letters and Enterprise internship program
Daniel Itkins, Pulse Reporter February 15, 2024

The search for internships can be challenging for college students, making them question if an internship is worth all the effort of finding one. Trinity University offers students an option in the Arts,...

Selma Sanchez, junior

Sidewalk Symposium: What is love? (Baby, don’t hurt me)

Daniel Itkins, Pulse Reporter February 8, 2024

Selma Sanchez, junior communication and Spanish double-major What is love? “Love is this feeling that you get when you are surrounded by the people that you care about and those that you want to take...

Trinity’s dating scene may not be that hopeless

Trinity’s dating scene may not be that hopeless

Students discuss their romantic relationships with others they met at Trinity
Ashlyn Gillespie, Pulse Reporter February 8, 2024

At a small school like Trinity, it can feel like there are too few fish in the sea. However, some have still been able to find their significant other while on campus. Robin Bernal, junior religion major,...

Harvard President resignation: Allegations and deliberation

Harvard President resignation: Allegations and deliberation

Students react to the resignation of Claudine Gay, former Harvard University President
Daniel Itkins, Pulse Reporter January 28, 2024

Former President of Harvard University Claudine Gay — the first Black president in the university’s history — resigned from her position in early January. About a month prior, Gay appeared before...

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...

Emily Jamieson

Jackpot! Senior EJ Jamieson reflects on her time at Trinity and imposter syndrome

Catherine Zarr, Pulse Editor January 25, 2024

When EJ Jamieson, senior environmental studies major, started her first year at Trinity, everything was shut down. It was fall 2020, and she had to both end her high school experience and start her college...

Out with the old, in with the new resolutions

Out with the old, in with the new resolutions

Students share their New Year’s resolutions and aspirations for the next chapter
Malika Chauhan, Pulse Reporter January 25, 2024

As the semester starts, students are already busy on campus. Many of them have begun practicing and integrating new positive habits into their lives and routines. Whether that be starting a new hobby,...

Jade Gonzalez, senior neuroscience major and chemistry minor from Houston, TX

Jade Gonzalez makes an impact on and off campus

Gonzalez’s remarkable, well-rounded experiences prepare her for a strong future post-graduation
Malika Chauhan, Pulse Reporter November 9, 2023

Jade Gonzalez, senior neuroscience major, is an FYE peer tutor, member of Trinity Diversity Connection’s executive board, member of SPURS sorority, external chair of the academic honor council, social...

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