Along the Walk

Yael Rasooly performs
Shusterman Visiting Artist in Theater and Dance Yael Rasooly performs in January 2019 in the Austin Arts Center’s Goodwin Theater in the award-winning Paper Cut, her one-woman show that explores the daydreams of a lonely secretary. Rasooly, one of Israel’s most prominent independent theater makers, taught “The Actor and Object/Puppet Theater” during the spring semester. Her residency at Trinity was supported by the Israeli Institute, which is dedicated to enhancing knowledge and study of modern Israel.
Photo by John Atashian


Tennis Ace Evert on Campus

Changes in Academic Leadership

Three Faculty Members Retiring

Top Fulbright Producer

Recent Publications

Women’s Squash Hall of Fame

Around Hartford

Trinity Treasure

Helping Hartford Residents at Tax Time

Berger-Sweeney Honored

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magazine cover
The Spring 2019 cover features Simran Sheth ’19 with her mentor, Assistant Professor of Computer Science Ewa Syta. For more about Sheth and Syta, as well as nine more seniors with their mentors, please see Positively Pivotal.

Title IX: A history of advancing equity
Women at the Summit: 50 Years of Coeducation at Trinity College

‘Positively pivotal’
Graduating seniors honor the professors
who’ve guided them

A Q&A with Sonia Cardenas
Vice president for strategic initiatives
and innovation

Interdisciplinary Science Program
First-year students explore connections,
dive into research, learn ‘how science is done’

That next step
Career Development Center takes
‘holistic and personalized’ approach

1823 Scholars
Merit-based program enriches talent
and engagement at Trinity


Science as a liberal art

Photo by Julie Bidwell

As a scientist by training and the president of one of the country’s top liberal arts colleges, I am equal parts bemused and frustrated that I so often hear people declare that the liberal arts are dead and STEM (that is, study focused on science, technology, engineering, and math) is the future.

STEM and the liberal arts are not mutually exclusive. In fact, at Trinity, STEM is very much at the core of the liberal arts education we provide. And that education is both grounded in history and never more relevant for our world.
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