Sidewalk Symposium: Students and sustainability

Students share the sustainable practices they maintain at Trinity.
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter April 20, 2023

Sustainability can seem rather inaccessible while in college, as many aspects of our lives are fundamentally out of our control. Although college students lack some agency over their level of sustainability,...

Sidewalk Symposium: Trinity sports-goers

Talking with students about past sports experiences and future sport plans.
Nicholas Chen, Sports Reporter April 13, 2023

As we approach the final weeks of the spring 2023 semester, campus athletics are also in the final stretch. The Trinitonian asked several students about their experiences with playing and watching sports...

May the odds be ever in your favor…

May the odds be ever in your favor…

Students around Coates Library share their opinions on surviving the Hunger Games and their favorite characters.
Malika Chauhan, Pulse Reporter April 13, 2023

With the recent prevalence of the Hunger Games fandom on TikTok and video edits being made of specific characters, people are starting to revisit the beginning of the famous trilogy. On Thursday, April...

Sidewalk symposium: Outdoor study habits

Students share opinions on studying outside, plus their favorite outdoor study spots on campus
Kate Klein, Intern March 26, 2023

As the weather gets warmer, more students seem to be sitting outside during the morning and late afternoon hours. The sound of birds chirping and the dose of vitamin D can be a nice break from the classroom,...

Sidewalk Symposium: Child-planning

Sidewalk Symposium: Child-planning

Students share their thoughts on having kids
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter March 23, 2023

Attitudes towards having children vary widely amongst most new adults. Younger generations seem to have changing attitudes towards having kids, as more people are starting to prioritize good parenting,...

Alejandra Caballero

Sidewalk Symposium: Religious involvement

Students around campus discuss how their religious practices have been impacted by collegiate life
Omar Ratrut, Pulse Reporter February 23, 2023

Religion is typically influenced and encouraged by family dynamics. However, as college students move towards independence, it may be difficult for them to maintain the religious practices they are accustomed...

Freshman, Sabrina Cinque

Sidewalk Symposium: New Year’s resolutions

Students around campus share a few of their new year’s resolutions to kick-start the new semester.
Malika Chauhan, Pulse Reporter January 26, 2023

Starting off the new year and new semester with positive goals is important for many students. According to Forbes Magazine, most resolutions only have a 46% success rate. Nevertheless, these resolutions...

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...

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...

Erica Peterson

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,...

Nathan Sicilano

Sidewalk Symposium: Halloween Costumes

With Halloween right around the corner, students share their spooky and fun costume ideas
Karoline Beazley Reese, Intern October 27, 2022

Halloween for college students is an exciting time to dress up as a favorite movie or TV characters, vampires, witches, pirates and more. “Halloweekend” is also a huge celebration for college students...

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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