Recent Networkwide Posts
cgeiss wrote a new post, Gray is the New Black: Epilogue 2 – Tröllakrókar and Egilssel, on the site The Extension of my Arm 3 hours, 23 minutes ago
Working in admissions, I am often asked by visitors how often Trinity students venture off campus into Hartford. My response is “all the time.” There is so much to do in the city. I spent this past weekend at Bushnell park, approximately 10 minutes from campus, at Jazz Fest 2014. An estimated 30,000 people from all over the world came to…[Read more]
A lot is changing in the Educational Technology group this summer:
We’ve added a new instructional technologist, Cheryl Cape, who comes to us from many years at the University of Findlay, in […]
Things are definitely happening in Höfn. Its claim to fame is that it’s one of the few (only?) good natural harbors on the southern coast of Iceland. It has a town hall, a public pool, a small fleet of fishing boats and a few bars. After an hour of strolling through the town we’ve seen it all and start recognizing the locals.
Great By 8 is a community collaborative focused on improving access to high quality services in the areas of early childhood education and health in the West Hartford area.
For GreatBy8, we created an interactive map that is able to allow users to look up their addresses in West Hartford and find different resources (such as schools, early…[Read more]
Career Resources, Inc. provides youth and adults throughout Connecticut the skills, resources and support necessary for personal development, economic self-sufficiency and career advancement, and provides planning and staffing resources to the business community in support of workforce development and economic growth.
They have two main offices…[Read more]
Barber, Lucius. The Burning of Simsbury.
Hartford, CT: Case, Lockwood & Brainard, 1876
Barber shares the details of the time Simsbury was burnt to the ground in 1676. His speech includes events leading up the event, the event itself and its aftermath. This includes information about where the Massacoes might have gone to after the…[Read more]
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