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Before March of 2017, the only thing Jacob Hurrell-Zitelman knew about coffee was that it woke him up before swim practice. Now he runs Quick Sip Cold Brew, an artisan coffee company with goals of becoming “the Starbucks of today.” The sophomore business analytics and technology and business marketing major stumbled into the coffee industry by accident, while pursuing his goal of owning a business on North St. Mary’s Street that operates as a coffee...

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PulseAiden Burke: the unicycle guy

October 11, 2017131 min

Aidan Burke is a senior biology major at Trinity University and patrols Thomas 5th as the resident assistant. He also rides a unicycle to class everyday. Meredith Goshell: The obvious question: why did you get into unicycling? Aidan Burke: “When I was nine, my neighbor was showing off for the neighborhood kids and he let us all try and he told me I was doing pretty well as he was, you know, holding my hands....

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Horst Evans is a junior computer science major and a sousaphone player for Tiger Stand Band. He’s also the tie-dye king of Trinity University. Ever since he was in early middle school, he has solely been wearing tie-dyed shirts; we asked him why. This interview has been edited for clarity and length. Meredith Goshell: How did you get into tie-dying t-shirts? Horst Evans: Tie-dyed shirts are honestly pretty cheap. You can get cotton shirts for like...

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As interest in an architecture program increases, several Trinity students and faculty are in the early stages of planning a potential major for the discipline. The idea for this new program stemmed from the interest that was given to architecture-related courses in the art and art history department. Cole Murray, a senior urban studies and political science double major, is one of the students who has been involved heavily in this initiative. “I’ve been talking...