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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...

Sidewalk Symposium: Autumn activities

As leaves start to fall, students share their fall favorites
Malika Chauhan, Pulse Reporter October 12, 2023

Kaleigh Cansinoon, sophomore sociology major and education minor What is your favorite season and why? “Fall is by far my favorite season. I am so excited to get a break from the heat and start...

Turn on the lights, turn off the lights, but don’t forget safety

Turn on the lights, turn off the lights, but don’t forget safety

Students share their perspectives on fraternity party safety
Daniel Itkins, Pulse Reporter October 6, 2023

Trinity University implemented the Safer Parties Initiative (SPIn) to keep its students safe. There are numerous actions Trinity students can take to compliment the policies of SPIn to preserve the health...

Class of 25 Joy Areola speaks at the  SGA Transparency meeting. Photo by Fredric Marmolejo

SGA president and vice president both respond to finance transparency concerns

Daniel Itkins, Pulse Reporter October 6, 2023

In the fourth issue of the Trinitonian published this semester, opinion columnist Jack Maxwell called for more funding transparency from the Student Government Association (SGA) in how they distribute...

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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,...

The Special Collections room, located on the second floor of the library, is home to unique University records that require special care.

Hitting the stacks: TUASA hosts archives event

Trinity University Archives Student Advocates offers guests a peak into the past
Malika Chauhan, Pulse Reporter September 28, 2023

Trinity University Archives Student Advocates (TUASA) hosted a presentation and viewing of artifacts for students interested in the special collections and archives. During the event, students listened...

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...

Bop-A-Frog brings hoppiness to campus

Bop-A-Frog brings hoppiness to campus

Take a look behind the scenes of the student-owned squishy stand in Coates
Daniel Itkins, Pulse Reporter September 28, 2023

First-year Olivia Scott decided to take business matters into her own hands by setting up a table in the Coates Student Center (Coates). Her business, Bop-A-Frog, offers Trinity students the opportunity...

Cardiac Hill: The most challenging obstacle at Trinity

Cardiac Hill: The most challenging obstacle at Trinity

Students weigh in on the Murchison-Coates staircase trek
Daniel Itkins, Pulse Reporter September 21, 2023

For students that live in the dorms located on lower campus, the walk to class can be described as a short journey. For others, though, it’s an uphill battle infamously known as “Cardiac Hill.” Here...

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...

Sidewalk Symposium: Student Fashion

Students share their fashion philosophies outside the Elizabeth Huth Coates Library
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter September 17, 2023

Lucia Ridlen, sophomore philosophy and economics double-major What’s your overall aesthetic? “I don’t really consider myself to have an aesthetic. It really depends on what I’m feeling day-to-day....

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Sidewalk Symposium: Faculty fashion

Students weigh in on their professor’s fashion choices ... or lack thereof
Catherine Zarr, Pulse Editor September 15, 2023

Mahira Nooruddin, first-year biology major How do you define fashion? “It’s the appearance that you put out and it kind of matches your persona, and it helps define who you are to people that...

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