Recent Posts from the Community

  • Who Cares about #DataRefuge [Data Driven Cultures]
    In my first post, I mentioned that there was an increasing prevalence of Twitters users who were coming together to spread awareness on data refuge. Based on the nature of the hashtag, I would expect
  • #Syria Mapping! Lab 2 [Data Driven Cultures]
    Lab 2 - Ian Moritz - Collecting #syra - Organizing Data Initially, I would like to believe most tweets would come from the West and Eastern Coasts of the United States, and maybe the middle-East, b
  • #2a geolocation [Data Driven Cultures]
    looking back on the data collected, I would think that most of the tweets would come from the Southern and Northeastern areas of the United States as well as California since these are the locations w
  • Where in the world is #muslimban [Data Driven Cultures]
    When it comes to my data set I would expect to see most tweets to be coming from about 50 N and 100 W. This is approximately the location of the United States. I believe that this is the case because
  • This is still not normal. [Data Driven Cultures]
    Based on my first look at the data I have collected, I assume that the hashtag #ThisIsNotNormal will mainly be used in the United States. It seems that this hashtag developed out of the surprise and s
  • #Energy Lab 2 [Data Driven Cultures]
    I expect to see a lot of people tweeting about #energy mainly in the United States.  Since I can only understand the English tweets that does limit me to reading some tweets.  But that should not
  • KXL has no home [Data Driven Cultures]
    PART I I first expected that there would be a lot of tweets associated with #KeystoneXL would be tweeted from Washington, D.C. as the issue continues to be a hot debate in politics with Trump's adv
  • Where Are People #woke? [Data Driven Cultures]
    I expect to see most of the tweets in my data set coming from the United States. Not only is #woke a term that Americans have created/adopted, but it is also centralized around American social and pol
  • Marching Across the Globe #WhyIMarch [Data Driven Cultures]
    Part I I expect a majority of the people using the #WhyIMarch hashtag to be tweeting from the United States, since the women’s march started with protests against the inauguration of President Dona
  • Interview Do's and Don'ts []
    Interviews at Trinity are a fantastic way to tell us more about yourself, show your personality and passions, and clarify any aspects of your application. Although they are not required, they are stro
  • #Islamophobia, Where are you? [Data Driven Cultures]
    When thinking about my data, I do not think there is a specific place where the tweets will be coming from because this is a topic that affects not only the people in America but people all over the w
  • Where is #NoDAPL, anyway? [Data Driven Cultures]
    Although #NoDAPL is a hyperlocal issue, it has received attention across the country. Briefly looking at the locations stated by Twitter users (in their bios), they seem to be geographically diverse.
  • Where Can We Find #LGBTrights [Data Driven Cultures]
    I expect my twitter data to be found generally from 0 degrees to 90 degrees longitude. I think this because in the news, a lot of LGBT protest, news, and stories come from America, especially with the
  • Network Upgrade Saturday [Trinity College Library -- News, Events & Happenings]
    The Trinity College Internet Connection will be down for an upgrade on Saturday, February 18th, from 6am-9am. This upgrade should increase our internet capacity tenfold and alleviate many of the netwo
  • Concussions in Connecticut [Educ 300: Education Reform, Past and Present]
    On Thursday February 16, 2017, the Committee on Children met to discuss the impact of concussions in youth sports in Connecticut. According to HealthDay.com, in 2016 over two million children and teen

How do I begin?

1. If you are member of the Trinity community and wish to create a blog or website, please fill out the Request a site form.

2. We will create the site as requested and notify you when it is ready.

3. Follow the instructions on the Getting Started page to begin creating your site or click the Dashboard link to begin customizing and adding content to your site.

Recent Banter Comments


  • Everything is very open with a clear clarification of the issues. It was truly informative. Your sit (More)
  • Profile photo of ezandame Well done Jin, made all easy! (More)
  • Dear Sharon, Phil and Xiangming, In the middle of our art/research project about the shoppingstre (More)
  • Profile photo of Robert Cotto Jr. Thanks for reading and your comment, Attorney Freeman! (More)
  • This piece certainly informs the discussion. I am blown away by the faith that is put into standardi (More)
  • Profile photo of Robert Cotto Jr. Hi Jaclyn - Thanks for the note. Feel free to send us a link to the reports and renewal packages so (More)
  • I believe this internet site holds some really fantastic information for everyone . “TimeR (More)
  • The charter school renewal data packages don't match the school performance reports. Also two charte (More)
  • Thanks to the NAACP for stepping up to call out yet another racist scam meant to remake black and br (More)
  • Profile photo of jmorris2 Congratulations Colby! What a storied career you have already. Glad to hear that Methods was a big (More)