Renowned instrument maker William Cumpiano led a Puerto Rican Tiple Construction Workshop at Trinity College from August 15-20, 2016. One of the goals of the workshop is to revive the small guitar-like instrument, which has almost disappeared, unlike its big brother the Puerto Rican cuatro, which remains highly popular. The 2016 Puerto Rican Tiple Construction […]
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Chris Binnie ’12, Trinity College squash assistant coach, continued a strong summer showing by Trinity squashers, collecting his sixth Caribbean Area Squash Association (CASA) Title (5th straight), as well as his seventh All-Jamaica Open. As an undergraduate at Trinity, Binnie posted a 52-5 record, collecting All-American honors along the way. Binnie secured the game-winning point, a comeback […]
As a young student, Carlos Velazquez ’14 was among the first students to participate in the Judy Dworin Performance Project’s Moving Matters! residency at Parkville Community School, a dance education program led by Judy Dworin, professor of theater and dance. While an education studies major at Trinity, he assisted with the program as a student […]
A talk by leading scholars on the situation in Syria packed the McCook Auditorium last week. Kifah Hanna, assistant professor of language and culture studies, moderated the panel discussion with Ziad Abu-Rish of Ohio University and Omar Dahi of Hampshire College. Students were eager to ask questions of the panelists and remained in the hall […]
The Class of 2014 left their mark on Trinity, and this year’s Commencement was one to remember. This video recaps the event, and includes links to Katie Couric’s full commencement speech, as well as student reactions and farewells.
This semester, the research of Dan Lloyd, Brownell Professor of Philosophy at Trinity, was the focus of a live science, music, and film event at the Issue Project Room in Brooklyn, N.Y. Lloyd’s research, which translates fMRI brain scans to musical melodies, is the basis for an ongoing “feature length, non-fiction-science fiction” film project, […]