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TUPD spreading awareness by hosting Thursdays Milk and Cookies

TUPD: What it means to “protect and serve”

Officers and staff of TUPD share insight into their service
Daniel Itkins, Pulse Reporter March 30, 2024

The Trinity University Police Department (TUPD) is tasked with ensuring the safety of everyone on campus, and TUPD believes that communication and understanding is essential in order to reinforce the common...

Sophomores Khushi Kakadia, Diya Contractor, and Riya Vankamamidi smiling after throwing gulal on each other.

Holi’s flying colors over Prassel Lawn

Students reflect on SASA’s Holi celebration and the importance of cultural events on Trinity’s campus
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter March 29, 2024

The purples of mountain laurel blossoms and the yellows of pollen were far from the only colors filling campus on March 23. For many South Asian students, the beginning of spring is marked by vibrant colors,...

Puzzling pursuits: Wordle, Connections and crosswords puzzles galore

Puzzling pursuits: Wordle, Connections and crosswords puzzles galore

Students share their daily rituals surrounding the pervasive New York Times games
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter March 21, 2024

While for the everyday college student, screen time may be dominated by time working on assignments from the confines of a Canvas tab, many may also take time to indulge in a series of brain-stimulating...

They really mean no harm: The buzz about Bee Club

They really mean no harm: The buzz about Bee Club

Bee Club talks the appeal of the bees, the environment and their own community
Daniel Itkins, Pulse Reporter March 21, 2024

Initially founded in 2012, Bee Club was created for students to beekeep and engage with the environment. However, it has changed significantly in the past few years, offering renewed opportunities for...

A complete residence hall review

A complete residence hall review

Students reflect on current housing options around campus and provide advice
Ashlyn Gillespie, Pulse Reporter March 21, 2024

Calvert Hall: Leo, sophomore accounting and finance double-major “Calvert isn’t that bad. I’ve heard a lot of people hate on Calvert, but Calvert’s really pretty good. It’s really close to...

Embracing Ramadan at Trinity University

Embracing Ramadan at Trinity University

Students prepare for month of spiritual reflection on campus
Ashlyn Gillespie, Pulse Reporter March 7, 2024

Some students are preparing for the holy month of Ramadan on campus. As the campus gears up for this annual observance on the Islamic calendar, practicing students unite in a shared commitment to spirituality,...

Murchison Tower: What once was

Murchison Tower: What once was

Students and alumni share perspectives on significance of iconic Trinity landmark
Daniel Itkins, Pulse Reporter March 7, 2024

Murchison Tower is a symbol of Trinity University and San Antonio that has served various purposes since its construction in 1964. In the 1990s under President Brasil’s tenure, the tower became a tradition...

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Sidewalk Symposium: Deciphering Greek life party themes

Students discuss the true motivations behind recent fraternity party themes
Niki Heller, Intern March 7, 2024

With recent Greek life party themes like “Miami Vice” and “Lace and Leather,” conversations have emerged about the intention behind these themes. It’s an open question whether these themes have...

City Vistas jazz musicians night concert

Student musicians perform jazz on City Vista rooftop

On a quiet Sunday, jazz filled the air for residents of City Vista to enjoy
Malika Chauhan, Pulse Reporter March 7, 2024

On a typical Sunday evening at the City Vista Apartments, the sound of furious typing fills the halls as students rush to finish their homework last minute, but on some rare Sundays, a jazz band takes...

Mock Mehendi: A South Asian wedding comes to Trinity

Mock Mehendi: A South Asian wedding comes to Trinity

South Asian Student Association’s ‘Mock Mehendi’ brings food, drinks and dance to campus
Malika Chauhan, Pulse Reporter February 29, 2024

South Asian weddings are known to be extravagant and colorful. For the first time, South Asian Student Association (SASA) hosted a “Mock Mehendi,” an event commemorating the cultural aspects and creativity...

Giovanny and Angello Martinez

Gio and Angello: Identical twins aspiring for greatness

Get to know Trinity sophomores Giovanny and Angello Martinez
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter February 29, 2024

With a campus as small as Trinity’s, faces become familiar — especially when there are two of them. Originally from Houston, sophomore twins Giovanny “Gio” and Angello Martinez take advantage of...

Blooming where you are planted

Blooming where you are planted

Trinity’s community garden thrives as a new spring season of planting takes off
Ashlyn Gillespie, Pulse Reporter February 29, 2024

As spring kicked off with an 85-degree bang earlier this week, San Antonio native wildlife wakes up after the winter freezes. The Gardening Club leads the Community Garden and has prepared for this moment...

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