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Monthly Archives: January 2012

Historic Streak Ends, Mens Squash Still Poised for Nationals

  Nick Auerbach ’14  On Tuesday, Jan. 17 the Trinity squash team’s record since the 1997-98 season had been 252 consecutive wins, zero losses. After Wednesday, Jan. 18, their record was 252 wins, one loss. A 14 year winning streak, longest in the history of intercollegiate varsity athletics, was snapped against a Yale team that… Continue Reading

Lady Bantams Conquer Colby College

Kayla Chadwick ’12 After going 1-6 over their first seven games, the Trinity College women’s ice hockey team has gone on an absolute tear, winning nine of their last ten games to bring their season record to 10-7 (6-4 in the NESCAC).  This past weekend, the Lady Bantams took two games from Colby College, both… Continue Reading

Super Bowl XLVI

Will Walthall ’14 Hartford is located about two hours from both Boston and New York City. Much of Trinity College’s student population is drawn from these cities and the metropolitan areas surrounding them. This truth will never be more apparent than it will be this weekend. One can expect New England and New York fans… Continue Reading

Students Dress in Best 90s Attire

By Hannah Holland ’15 Contributing Writer The main reason to attend Saturday night’s “Welcome Back 90s Dance,” hosted by the Student Government Association (SGA) was the fashion.  The hideous pre-2000 favorites such as Velcro sandals, flannel, and Sketchers filled the Ferris Athletic Center field house.  Returning to a time of Furbies and Tamagachis, students danced in… Continue Reading

Through the Grapevine: Hollywood Predictions for 2012

  By Serena Elavia ‘14 Staff Writer First to the Altar Britney Spears and Jason Trawick Runner Up: Drew Barrymore and Will Kopelman  Well the third time around may be the trick! After a rocky set of years including a divorce, fights with her parents and almost having her kids taken from her, pop sensation… Continue Reading

Republican Candidate Pros, Cons for Upcoming Fall Election

By Sonjay Singh ’15 Contributing Writer      As the 2012 Presidential Election looms closer, the fight for the GOP nomination has become increasingly brutal, leaving only four candidates remaining to fight for the prize.   Here is what they stand for, their strengths and weaknesses in the coming election and our hypotheses for their… Continue Reading

Country Artist Kenny Chesney Leads 47th CMA Nominations

By Emily Misencik ‘14 Arts Editor On Thursday, Jan. 26 the Academy of Country Music announced the nominations for the 47th Country Music Awards. Kenny Chesney received nine nominations, leading the pack with his album Hemingway’s Whiskey released in the fall of 2010 and his hit single “You and Tequila” featuring Grace Potter, a first… Continue Reading

Yale Museum of British Art Holds Zoffany Exhibit this Fall

    By Emily Misencik ’14 Arts Editor The Yale Center for British Art in New Haven, Conn. launched Johan Zoffany RA: Society Observed this fall, showcasing 65 works of the 18th century artist Johan Zoffany (1733-1810). The exhibit at Yale University, which opened Thursday, Oct. 27 and runs until Sunday, Feb. 12, features Zoffany’s… Continue Reading

A Cappella Groups Hold Spring Concert and Auditions

  By Georgina Thermos ’14 Arts Contributor  On Friday night, Jan. 27, the Trinity a cappella groups hosted their Spring Audition Concert in Hamlin Hall.  Each group performed for students and parents, while showcasing their talents to potential new mebers.  By 8:00 p.m.  seats were filled up and the room was completely packed. The lovely… Continue Reading

Production Brings Six Trinity Students to New York City

  By Chloe Miller ’14 Arts Editor Trinity musical theater is moving up in the world, with an off-Broadway production of the musical A Rustic’s Dream in New York City last weekend.  The musical was written and directed by Trinity’s professor of music Gerry Moshell, and specially performed at The Barrow Group Theater on W.… Continue Reading