Conservative Christians packed an electoral punch, but can they do it again in 2016?
The Washington Post
Protestant and Catholic voters made up about the same proportion of voters as they did in the last two national elections, and they split their votes between Republicans and Democrats much as they did in 2010 and 2012, said Mark Silk, a professor of religion in public life at Trinity College in Hartford, Conn.
1000 Years of History & Hope
Samuel D. Kassow, Charles H. Northam Professor of History at Trinity College in Hartford, served as lead scholar for the aspects of the exhibition that address the period between 1860 and 1939, his academic expertise.
Crisis in Mexico: The Protests for the Missing Forty-Three
Francisco Goldman, The New Yorker
In a televised press conference on Friday, Mexico’s Attorney General, Jesús Murillo Karam, announced that the forty-three missing students from the Ayotzinapa Normal School had been executed and incinerated in the municipal dump of Cocula.
True Blue Connecticut — Right? What History And The Last Election Tell Us
The Hartford Courant
Adrienne Fulco, Trinity College professor and director of the school’s Public Policy and Law Program, was careful not to place all the blame on a rich but inept gubernatorial candidate.
Study of Jewish College Students Shows Shifts in Identity, Maybe
The “Demographic Survey of American Jewish College Students 2014″ conducted by Trinity College’s Professor Ariela Keysar and Professor Barry A. Kosmin reveals the beliefs and habits of Jews attending American universities and four-year colleges.
What is Technoprogressivism? With James Hughes
James J. Hughes Ph.D. is a sociologist and bioethicist teaching health policy at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut in the United States.