Monthly Archives: September 2016

Introduction to InterArts

During my college application process, I often thought about a school that placed importance on the arts. For me art is the best form of expression because I often do not even have to open my mouth to say one … Continue reading

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Starting Off Strong: 5 Study Tips

I’ve always loved back-to-school season and the new clothes, new notebooks, and new experiences that come with it. By the time September rolls around, I find myself itching to return to my studies and my friends at Trinity. Despite my … Continue reading

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How a Small School Degree Takes a Large City

I walked into my summer internship on the first day of orientation and sat down assuredly at large meeting table, excited to meet a variety of individuals who I didn’t know would soon become some of my closest friends. As … Continue reading

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A Brew-tiful Campus Job

Two concepts that you’ll probably hear around the admissions office a lot are, 1) Trinity is a tight knit community and 2) Trinity students are extremely busy. You may wonder what this actually means for a Bantam’s day to day … Continue reading

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5 Reasons You Should Consider Studying Abroad

Hola! Ciao! Bonjour! In case you haven’t heard, studying abroad during one’s time at Trinity is something encouraged by the entire community! The Study Away Office (located on Vernon Street) is like a porthole to a whole other world outside … Continue reading

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Resources On Campus Most First-Year Students Don’t Take Advantage Of (but should!)

Your first year is arguably one of the most overwhelming times of your college career, as you will be inundated with enthusiastic upperclassmen and way too many brochures and email which you’ll never read. To make your semester a little … Continue reading

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A Home Away from Home

Coming to Trinity in the fall of 2014, I didn’t know what to expect when it came to my living situation. I had received my housing assignment via email, I had been in contact with my randomized roommate (who ended … Continue reading

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