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Jade Hoyer’s ‘study’ Exhibit Addresses Socioeconomic Inequality in Secondary Education

WHAT: study is an exhibition by artist Jade Hoyer that uses printmaking and installation to reimagine a secondary classroom setting. The exhibit confronts socioeconomic inequality in secondary education. study is sponsored by the Department of Fine Arts at Trinity College and is free and open to the public. WHEN: Opening Reception: Thursday, October 13, 4:00 […]

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Assistant Professor Anida Yoeu Ali Displays Her Thought-Provoking Performances as ‘The Red Chador’

Trinity College is hosting an exhibition by 2015-2016 McGill Visiting Assistant Professor in International Studies Anida Yoeu Ali called “The Red Chador: What Is It You Fear?” The exhibition, which runs from November 3 to December 14, 2015, at the Widener Gallery at the Austin Arts Center, features videos and photos of performances in both […]

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Henry DePhillips and Undergraduate Students Use Cutting-Edge Chemistry to Analyze Art

Henry DePhillips, Vernon K. Krieble Professor of Chemistry, Emeritus, has been retired for almost three years, but his pace has hardly slowed. He still has a lab and office on campus and still works with students in the field of conservation science. Now, with the support of the Dreyfus Foundation’s Senior Scientist Mentor Program, DePhillips […]

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Music Department faculty member releases debut album

​Kris Allen, jazz saxophonist and visiting professor of music at Trinity, recently released his first full-length jazz album, “Circle House.” The work, released by Truth Revolution Records, has received positive reviews in the jazz world. Along with Allen on alto saxophone, the members of his regular quartet, each internationally recognized jazz musicians, are Zaccai Curtis […]

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