Old Anger Over Injustice Is Focused, Spread Through Social Media
The Hartford Courant
“I think it is playing a significant role in these events,” agreed Trinity College Professor Davarian Baldwin.
App-ealing to students through app development
National Science Foundation
Team led by Trinity College professor develops computer science course that inspires students through mobile application development
POLIN: A Light Unto the Nations
Jewish Review of Books
Professor Samuel Kassow of Trinity College, whose main portfolio was the interwar period (the so-called Second Polish Republic), made 25 trips to Warsaw during the planning of the museum.
Hartford Seen: Photographs By Pablo Delano
This year, with a series of onsite and offsite exhibits, the Connecticut Historical Society is exploring the history of Hartford’s modern cityscape, as well as the city’s urban spaces today. One of these exhibits is Hartford Seen: Photographs by Pablo Delano…. Delano is Professor of Fine Arts at Trinity College. He began his project of photographing Hartford’s built environment in 2008.
Despite robust options, thousands pass on school-choice lottery
The CT Mirror
Just one in four students in Grades 3 through 7 attending Hartford schools entered the lottery for a seat at a regional magnet or a suburban public school last school year, according to a recent study by Trinity College.
Vijay Prashad, Frontline India
A vicious pattern of the African American community, already hit by high poverty and rising unemployment rates, being stereotyped and targeted by law-enforcement agencies is reinforced and perpetuated in the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, by a police officer, who has been acquitted by a grand jury.
Professor’s Eclectic Mix: Food, Art, History, Science
The Hartford Courant
Palter was the Charles A. Dana College Professor of the History of Science at Trinity College in Hartford, a position that gave him free rein to teach, essentially, any course he wanted, including a course on food, said Ronald Spencer, a former Trinity dean.
MAG exhibit is meditation on divinity
Democrat & Chronicle
According to Kirschbaum, the Devarim prints were drawn mechanically using “plan oblique,” a three-dimensional projection that shows the top square drawn true to shape and size. Planes never converge as in the traditional perspective.