Thursday, January 18, 2018

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JELLO Plans January Community Service Week in Hartford

MADISON VAUGHN ’21 STAFF WRITER The January Experience of Living, Learning, and Outreach, also known as JELLO, originally started as a service week abroad during J-term, organized through the Chapel Council. Today, JELLO has emerged into its own club and gets involved in the Hartford community year-round. JELLO’s goal is to be immersed in the… Continue Reading

Chapel Council’s Annual Cranksgiving Gives Back

AMANDA HAUSMANN ’21 STAFF WRITER Trinty’s annual Cranksgiving bicycle race took place on Saturday, Nov. 18. The event was organized by Trinity’s Chapel Council and benefited the Place of Grace Food Pantry at Grace Episcopal Church in Hartford. This was the sixth annual race and consisted of both Trinity students and Hartford cyclists who rode… Continue Reading

New Projects Made Possible by Arts and Neuroscience Building

New Projects Made Possible by Arts and Neuroscience Building

AMANDA HAUSMANN ’21 STAFF WRITER Completed this Summer, the Crescent Center for Arts and Neuroscience (CCAN) is a great addition to Trinity’s campus, offering new opportunities to students of all majors. The new building includes an art gallery, laboratories and testing spaces, and a student-designed studying area. Both Director of the Trinity Neuroscience Program Professor… Continue Reading

Tips for Picking Courses and Successfully Navigating Advising Week

HENRY WU ’21 CONTRIBUTING WRITER During advising week, Trinity students struggle with the selection of courses for next semester. Students have to decide which courses they want to take, worry about meeting major and general education requirements, and meet with their academic advisors to get the enrollment hold lifted. Since advising week can be stressful for… Continue Reading