Caroline Deveau wrote a new post, Puerto Rican Tiple Construction Workshop at Trinity College, on the site Trin'Shots 12 months ago
Renowned instrument maker William Cumpiano led a Puerto Rican Tiple Construction Workshop at Trinity College from August 15-20, 2016. One of the goals of the workshop is to revive the small guitar-like […]
Caroline Deveau wrote a new post, Trinity College Habitat for Humanity Joins Habitat Build in Hartford, on the site Trin'Shots 1 year, 10 months ago
Members of the Trinity College Habitat for Humanity chapter student organization recently volunteered for Hartford Area Habitat for Humanity on a home build site on Grand Street in Hartford. Trinity’s chapter i […]
On Tuesday, November 11—Veteran’s Day—Trinity College held a ceremony to honor and celebrate America’s veterans, including those who are College employees and Trinity alumni. “Trinity College honors American veterans this day, and especially thanks our staff and alumni who have served our country,” said President Joanne Berger-Sweeney in her remarks during the ceremony.
Trinity College employees and alumni participated in the ceremony through song, poems and prayers, and offering their perspectives and experiences as American veterans.
Allison Read, college chaplain; Luther “Luke” Terry ’67, member of the Board of Trustees; Elizabeth Wilde, associate director of alumni relations; Megan O’Brien ’14, program coordinator for the Office of Spiritual Life; Brian Killian, campus safety officer; Lanteben Williams (“English”), facilities monitor for Ferris Athletic Center; and Michael Petitpren, director of facilities.
Caroline Deveau wrote a new post, Diet-Based Epilepsy Therapy May Offer Hope for Children with Autism, on the site Faculty Highlights 4 years, 2 months ago
A dietary therapy known to be highly effective at reducing epileptic seizures may independently reduce behaviors associated with autism spectrum disorders, new research on mice has shown. The high-fat, low-carbohydrate food regimen, known as a “ketogenic” diet, has been prescribed to treat epilepsy patients — most often in children — for nearly 100 years. Research in […]
Award-winning playwright and novelist A.R. Gurney attended the February 2, 2013 performance of his play Another Antigone at Garmany Hall in the Austin Arts Center during the series of three Winter Musicals presented by Trinity’s Department of Music from January 31-February 3. After the performance, Gurney led a discussion with the show’s director, Gerald Moshell, and members […]