Along the Walk


Kaylen Jackson ’21 and Yisbell Marrero ’20 at Coltsville
Kaylen Jackson ’21 and Yisbell Marrero ’20 take part in a tour of Hartford’s Coltsville National Historical Park with Park Ranger Andrew Long as their Public Humanities Collaborative project gets under way in June. The Public Humanities Collaborative, funded by a grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, offered several summer research opportunities that brought together Trinity College students and faculty with individuals and organizations in Hartford to work on public humanities, the study of how people interpret stories of the human experience. Marrero and Jackson conducted research for an interactive website documenting the changes and development of the Coltsville site from its inception in 1855 to today as it evolves into a National Historical Park. For more information about the Public Humanities Collaborative, please visit Photo by Nick Caito

Commencement 2019

Digital Health Accelerator

New Trustees

Reporter Reader Survey

New Faculty

Around Hartford

Obama Foundation Community Leadership Corps

Tenure for Five

Fulbrights for Recent Grads

Athletics Hall of Fame

Recent Publications

Two Faculty Fulbrights

Trinity Treasure

Reunion 2019

London Snapshots

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People and places of the past represent the importance to the future of studying history. Illustration by Eleanor Shakespeare

Women at Trinity
Here and now … and looking toward tomorrow
Women at the Summit: 50 Years of Coeducation at Trinity College

Understanding addiction
Laura Holt ’00 and her Trinity students
study the psychology of vaping

Lessons learned
Understanding ‘richness of the human
experience’ through study of history

Sharing patients’ stories
Memoir by Eric Manheimer ’71 leads
to small-screen success with NBC’s New Amsterdam

Annual giving
Strengthening Trinity—together


Download a pdf of the complete Fall 2019 Obituaries.

The obituary for former Trinity President Theodore D. Lockwood  ’48, H’81 in the spring 2019 issue of The Trinity Reporter did not include the name of Lockwood’s first wife, Elizabeth, who predeceased him.



Marking milestones

Photo by Julie Bidwell

This is not just any year at Trinity College, it’s a year with many milestones reminding us of our shared recent histories. As you know—and as we’ve been highlighting in the pages of this magazine—we’re celebrating the 50th anniversary of coeducation at Trinity and honoring in numerous ways the women pioneers who paved the way and the men who supported them. Our Women at the Summit initiative spans 18 months, and this fall we are launching a task force on the status of women at Trinity, among other activities.
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