Thursday, October 19, 2017

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Trinity Welcomes New Faculty Members for 2017-2018 School Year

JOSEPH DIBACCO ’19 NEWS EDITOR Trinity is welcoming several new faculty members for the 2017-2018 school year. Professor Lauren Caldwell is coming to Trinity as a visiting assistant professor of History and Classics. Her educational credentials include a Bachelor’s Degree from Princeton University and a Doctorate from the University of Michigan. Erin Leigh Frymire is… Continue Reading

Santiago Gamboa Delivers International Studies Lecture

LAUREN MICHALEC ’17 CONTRIBUTING WRITER The 2017 Patricia C. and Charles H. McGill III ’63 Lecture, hosted by the International Studies Department on Wednesday, April 19 in McCook Auditorium, featured Colombian novelist Santiago Gamboa, as he presented a lecture on “The Art of Narration and Travel Writing (a Latin American Writer in India).” As a… Continue Reading

Annual “Take Back the Night” Hosted by SECS

ERIN GANNON ’19 MANAGING EDITOR On Tuesday, April 18, Students Encouraging Consensual Sex (SECS) hosted Take Back the Night in Vernon Social Center. The goals of the event are to provide a platform for survivors of sexual assault, to support them through speech and art and to raise awareness about sexual assault and its impact… Continue Reading

Keyon Dooling Shares His Story with Trinity Students

JOSEPH DIBACCO ’19 NEWS EDITOR Keyon Dooling, a former NBA player and current employee of the NBA Players Association, delivered a talk on April 11th in Trinity’s Washington Room about his experience with sexual assault as a 7-year-old and how it shaped his life. Dooling spent 13 seasons in the NBA, playing for multiple teams… Continue Reading

Campus Organizations Promote Acceptance and Diversity

GILLIAN REINHARD ’20 NEWS EDITOR Trinity participated in an important week for celebrating diversity in many forms on campus. Apr. 10- Apr. 14 was celebrated as “International Week,” a time of various events to encourage diversity on campus. Currently, the International House (iHouse) hosts many programs throughout the year to highlight the value of international… Continue Reading

Admissions Office Hosts Accepted Students Programs for the Class of 2021

GILLIAN REINHARD ’19 NEWS EDITOR As May 1, the deadline for high school seniors to commit to their chosen university, quickly approaches, the Trinity College Office of Admissions continues to work towards recruiting students to officially join the Class of 2021. Last year, about thirty percent of students accepted to the Class of 2020 matriculated… Continue Reading

Trinity Alumnae Huguley ’15 and Davidson ’16 Receive Fulbright Grants

Trinity Alumnae Huguley ’15 and Davidson ’16 Receive Fulbright Grants

GILLIAN REINHARD ’19 NEWS EDITOR Taniqua Huguley ’15 and Lauren Davidson ’16 were recently announced as recipients of the distinguished Fulbright research grants. The two alumnae, both actively involved at Trinity, will receive sponsorship to pursue academic exploration. The Fulbright Program, founded in 1946, sponsors international educational exchange for eligible American citizens. Each year, the… Continue Reading

SGA Discusses Upcoming Elections, Budgets, Transit

JUSTIN FORTIER ’18 EDITOR-in-CHIEF The weekly Student Government Association (SGA) meeting was held on the Cinestudio side of the quad this week in light of the warm weather. Barnyard reported with a clear announcement that Spring Weekend bands (tickets) are not going to be distributed after the concert starts.  They will be available for pickup… Continue Reading