Beginning with the spring 2023 issue, The Trinity Reporter has a new home on the College’s website. Please visit https://www.trincoll.edu/reporter/ for the latest online edition of The Trinity Reporter.
We are the Class of 2023
From Trinity College to next steps
Building homes, building futures
Paths of Gregg Lewis IDP’93 and Karraine Moody ’01 meet in Hartford
The importance of sleep
COVID-19 brings challenges to getting a good night’s rest
Eye on the ball
Stephanie Apstein ’10 is an award-winning senior writer for Sports Illustrated
Tech literacy + business savvy
Summer Tech-Edge program opens doors for liberal arts students
Creating access, opportunity
Fundraising for financial aid a key priority
Entrepreneurial at our core
In September, we launched our new Center for Entrepreneurship. Some say that entrepreneurial thinking is a natural extension of a liberal arts education because it promotes creative problem-solving, innovation, persuasion, and risk-taking. I would go further to say that an entrepreneurial spirit is at our core.
The spirit of innovation is evident throughout our storied history of successful Trinity College alumni who have invented and led. As we define it, an entrepreneurial spirit finds solutions where solutions are not apparent. Entrepreneurship requires that we formulate a problem clearly, interrogate our received knowledge of the limits of the possible, persuade others to our point of view, experiment without fear of failure, and persist to the ultimate solution. I take pride in the entrepreneurial spirit of our students, faculty, and staff, which is demonstrated in their research projects, student ventures, and campus initiatives.