Berger-Sweeney looks to strengthen Trinity’s ties to CT Inc.
The Hartford Business Journal
Even before formally setting foot on campus earlier this year, the 22nd president in Trinity’s 190-year history knew the breadth of the 2,300-pupil school’s involvement in Hartford’s South End and the greater community but the depth of those ties are just becoming more apparent to her.

Despite Robust Options, Thousands Pass On School-Choice Lottery
Hartford Courant
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.

Visual Beauty and History in Hartford
The New York Times
Pablo Delano is a professor of fine arts at Trinity College in Hartford. “Hartford Seen” is on display at the Connecticut Historical Society through mid-March.

The Alchemy of Special Collections
University of Victoria Libraries
Richard Ring, Head Curator & Librarian of the Watkinson Library Trinity College is the presenter of the University of Victoria, University Librarian’s Lecture Series 2015.

U.S. Ally Yemen in Danger of Splitting into Two – Again
Inter Press Service
Vijay Prashad, George and Martha Kellner Chair in South Asian History and Professor of International Studies at Trinity College, told IPS it is very hard to gauge what will happen in Yemen at this time.

‘Life of Forms through Water’
The Navhind Times
This group exhibition has a combination of American and Goan artists. Participating Artists from USA are Anjali Deshmukh, Amina Ahmed and Robert Kirschbaum from Trinity College, Hartford…

Confronting racism in the US: are civil rights enough?
Sonia Cardenas, openDemocracy
A UN committee’s call last fall for the United States to create an independent national human rights institution (NHRI) has taken on new meaning in the wake of recent police violence and increasing social protest.

The return of the eagle
Highlands Today
Morrison, a biology professor at Trinity College in Hartford, Conn., has also worked for 20 years at the 10,500-acre MacArthur Agro-ecology Research Center, a cattle ranch where she studies the caracara crested falcon.