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Monthly Archives: February 2012

Students Share Experiences from Jan. Service Trip to Uganda

  LYDIA KAY ’13 FEATURES EDITOR   On Thursday, Feb. 16, at 4:30 p.m. in the Rittenberg Lounge of Mather Hall, students and faculty gathered for the opening event of an art exhibit entitled, “Uganda Reflections.”  The photos that are now on display in the Mather Art Space capture the students’ experiences in a recent… Continue Reading

Leading Egyptologist Reveals Findings

  ALYSSA ROSENTHAL ’13 NEWS EDITOR Trinity welcomed one of the world’s foremost Egyptologists to campus on Wednesday, Feb. 15 to speak about her recent discoveries at Abydos, one of the most ancient cities in Upper Egypt. Associate Professor of Classics Martha Risser introduced Dr. Janet Richards, who was “deliriously happy to be back in… Continue Reading

Policy Changes Attained by Task Force

  BOMINA KIM ’14 NEWS EDITOR The Task Force assembled by SGA President Panida Pollawit ’12 and administrators has made notable changes to Trinity’s Social Host Policy. This new draft reflects the voices of the student body and addresses the abrupt and exclusive nature of the previous policy, and features various compromises that the Task… Continue Reading

Women’s Hockey Secures Playoffs

KAYLA CHADWICK Trinity women’s ice hockey had a successful weekend, defeating Wesleyan on Friday, Feb. 17 and Saturday, Feb. 18, once away and once at home, with scores of 4-1 and 3-0, respectively. The Bantams took the lead on Friday in the first period, and would not relinquish it.  Whitney Colbert ‘14 put Trinity on… Continue Reading

Visiting Professor Presents on Anti-Irish Sentiment in U.S.

  By: Hannah Holland  Contributing Writer  Smith House set the stage for an enlightening seminar last Thursday, Feb. 16. Hosted by Professor of History at Dartmouth College, Bruce Nelson, the seminar explored anti-Irish sentiments in 19th century America. Irish racism became integrated into American ideology through a variety of factors. Nelson discussed the mistreatment and… Continue Reading

Men’s Squash Falls Short to Princeton

  NICK AUERBACH For the first time in 14 years the Trinity College Men’s Squash team lost a match to Yale University on Jan. 18, 2012. But after 13 straight National Team Championship titles the Bantams’ most important streak came to an abrupt end. This past Sunday at Princeton University, Trinity squash players were not… Continue Reading

Visiting Lecturer Speaks On Recent Anthropological Efforts

  By: Sonjay Singh  Staff Writer  Last Thursday, Feb. 16, at the Rittenberg Lounge, Stuart Kirsch, an associate professor at the University of Michigan and author of Reverse Anthropology: Indigenous analysis of Social and Environmental Relations in New Guinea, gave a lecture entitled “Science and Politics, Engaged Anthropology Backstage.”  The lecture focused on a new… Continue Reading