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Sidewalk symposium: Students share their favorite stress-relieving activities

Malika Chauhan, Pulse Reporter November 18, 2022

With finals right around the corner, many students may be feeling overwhelmed. Stress-relieving activities and music are great ways to cope and manage these important yet hectic times. Students around...

Heated shelters built by CAT to keep the Beze Trinicats warm during the winter season

Catching up with CAT!

Cat Alliance Trinity’s First Semester as a Registered Student Organization
Lauren Roddis, Pulse Reporter November 18, 2022

The Trinity experience is not complete without the beloved cats that roam around campus, which are fondly referred to as Trinicats. Multiple stations set up around campus provide food and shelter for these...

Banana-loving possum with broken back legs rescued

Banana-loving possum with broken back legs rescued

Three students took the struggling critter to local wildlife rescue center
Lauren Roddis, Pulse Reporter November 10, 2022

On Tuesday, Oct. 25 at 6 p.m., Sam Carr, a sophomore sociology major, and Kai Velasquez, a sophomore sociology and urban studies double-major, ran into some friends looking at a struggling possum on the...

Nail Art Done By Katie Simmons

Professional dorm manicures that hit the nail on the head

First-year Katie Simmons brings her nail company to Trinity
Malika Chauhan, Pulse Reporter November 10, 2022

During the COVID-19 pandemic, first-year Katie Simmons spent a lot of time on TikTok, leading her to discover a new hobby and passion for nail art and manicure designs. Simmons always had a love for getting...

Favorite Thanksgiving foods and traditions

As the Thanksgiving holiday gets closer, students share their favorite parts of the holiday
Karoline Beazley Reese, Intern November 10, 2022

Thanksgiving is the perfect time for reunions with extended family and friends, taking a break from campus and getting much-needed laundry done. However, the part that most people look forward to when...

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Sidewalk Symposium: When should the Christmas season start?

Now that November has begun, students discuss when they believe the Christmas season officially begins
Karoline Beazley Reese, Intern November 3, 2022

Every year, there is the same age-old debate about when the Christmas season truly begins. Even though Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas is You” may already be playing in Mabee Dining Hall,...

Senior Juliana Aviles with a photo of her long distance boyfriend, Eli Maierson

Long-distance relationships in college

Distance makes the heart grow fonder
Lauren Roddis, Pulse Reporter November 3, 2022

“How do you make it work?” is the question that Juliana Aviles, senior sociology major, always gets asked. Aviles has been dating her boyfriend since freshman year of high school, and she said that...

Jackpot! Paola Mendoza

Jackpot! Paola Mendoza

Paola Mendoza, an international student, finds home and comfort at Trinity
Malika Chauhan, Pulse Reporter November 3, 2022

Growing up near the beach in a town in Venezuela, Ana Paola Mendoza, who goes by Paola, moved around quite a bit due to her father’s job at a company in the oil and gas industry. After moving to Ecuador...

Getting into the spirit of spooky season

Getting into the spirit of spooky season

Students creatively decorate their doors and dorms for Halloween
Lauren Roddis, Pulse Reporter October 27, 2022

Halloween brings out our inner child. Dressing up in fun costumes, eating boatloads of candy and watching spooky movies all evoke an intense feeling of nostalgia. A big part of what makes Halloween...

Never too late to trick-or-treat

Never too late to trick-or-treat

Trinity students and pups hit the streets this Halloween
Catherine Zarr, Pulse Editor October 27, 2022

Halloween night is almost here, and every year millions of children hit the streets to trick-or-treat, dragging candy bags and tired parents along. Trick-or-treating is a Halloween staple for many San...

Diwali: A celebration of culture and light.

Diwali: A celebration of culture and light.

Diya Contractor, Pulse Intern October 27, 2022

Like chaotic children, a group of fathers ran giggling with glee across the road. Parents clutched their kids and began muttering their prayers. People had tied dynamite fireworks together, just as they...

Sidewalk Symposium: Favorite dorm snacks

Students share what they like to munch on in their dorm
Lauren Roddis, Pulse Reporter October 20, 2022

In the midst of midterms, the simple pleasure of eating your favorite snack is a necessity. Thus, dorm snacks emerge as the perfect pick-me-up for late night studying, test stressing and everything in...

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