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Are snow days now a thing of the past?

Are snow days now a thing of the past?

In-person classes were canceled at the end of January, but classes were still in session online
Joshua Mitra, News Reporter February 16, 2023

On Jan. 30, Lorenzo Sanchez, Trinity emergency manager, emailed the entire student body to announce the cancellation of in-person classes due to winter weather. Zoom services were implemented to accommodate...

No more Zoom, bring back snow days

No more Zoom, bring back snow days

Logan Crews, Editor-in-Chief February 2, 2023

For as sedentary as it makes us, Zoom has made us forget the importance of rest. This week, Trinity announced that students would attend class virtually due to inclement weather on Tuesday, Jan. 31...

The (candle)light  in a dark situation

The (candle)light in a dark situation

Dr. Peter O’Brien’s account of the frozen start to the semester
Emma Power, Pulse reporter February 17, 2022

A lesson many have learned over the past couple of years through events like the COVID-19 pandemic and freezing February temperatures is how to adapt to their situation. Peter O’Brien, professor of political...

The academic honor council has continued conducting meetings and hearings over Zoom to address issues of academic dishonesty throughout the semester. Photo credit: Claire Sammons

Academic honor council sees a spike in cases

Gloria Farris October 29, 2020
TLearn’s updated system makes catching instances of cheating easier for professors
Tartuffe Toy Theatre created by Scott Neale Photo credit: Claire Sammons

Trinity’s Tartuffe goes virtual after being postponed

Carmine Villarreal October 21, 2020
Students and faculty in the theatre dept. work together to put on Zoom production of Tartuffe
Photo credit: Gracen Hoyle

Coping with Comedy: Eh-eh-everybody gets that way

Mai Vo October 14, 2020
“Everybody makes mistakes. Everybody has those days. Everybody knows what I’m talking about. Everybody gets that way.” Hannah Montana was not lying when she penned these lyrics in 2007 in “Nobody’s Perfect,” and her words ring truer than ever as we fend off this collective depressive social isolation.
Photo credit: Gracen Hoyle

A sophomore’s perspective on being at home

Logan Crews September 30, 2020

illustration by Gracen HoyleIt’s been months, and I still feel lonely. I still feel cheated out of what everyone told me would be the best years of my life. I still feel confused, tired and frustrated.I’ve...

Aliza Holzman-Cantu - Photo provided by Trinity University

Trinity prepares for a virtual Fall Family Weekend

Neha Kumar September 16, 2020
Events will take place over Zoom, allowing parents, faculty and students to connect safely.
Photo credit: Gracen Hoyle

Rushing Greek Life 2020: Brought to You by Zoom

Mikayla Mullin August 27, 2020
Every part of the Greek life rush process focuses on fostering connections. Unfortunately, the world we live in today demands some level of isolation...
As classes Zoom on, tutoring follows suit

As classes Zoom on, tutoring follows suit

Kara Killinger March 26, 2020
Academic assistants weigh in on going digital

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