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Monthly Archives: April 2012

6th Annual Samba Fest hits Hartford this weekend

By Emily Misencik ’14 Arts Editor On Saturday, May 5, The 6th Annual Samba Fest will take place at Mortensen Riverfront Plaza, 300 Columbus Boulevard in Hartford, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Brazilian and Connecticut artists join forces at this free admission event, encouraging individuals and families to attend and partake in the various… Continue Reading

“Distant Pen Pals from the Sea”

by Emily Misencik ’14 Arts Editor  On Wednesday, April 25, Trinity Students performed “Distant Pen Pals from the Sea” in the Trinity Commons Performance Lab. The piece involved three work-in-progress excerpts from a larger work, all set in with simple black backgrounds. Artistic Director Trinity/La MaMa Urban Arts Semester in NYC and Visiting Lecturer, Department… Continue Reading

Students relax and enjoy Middle Eastern festival

  WILLIAM SCHRIEBER-STAINTHORP ’15 CONTRIBUTING WRITER This Saturday, students flocked to the Cave patio to revel in the food, music, and culture of the Middle East. For the fifth year running, the House of Peace was hosting the Middle Eastern festival. The event, which began at 12 p.m. and ran for five eclectic hours, served… Continue Reading

Bands play for listeners on LSC Quad

  ALYSSA ROSENTHAL ’13 NEWS EDITOR Students hoping to take a break from the noise of the Main Quad on Saturday wandered over to the LSC Quad around 3 p.m.  to relax in the sunshine and enjoy some live music, as opposed to the dance music blasting from speakers and coming out from dorm room… Continue Reading

SGA finalizes election results for 2012-2013 Executive Board

  LYDIA KAY ’13 FEATURES EDITOR             The Student Government Association (SGA) was forced to call an emergency meeting on Wednesday, April 18 after the results of the elections for the SGA Executive Board were called into question. Dobromir Trifonov ’13’s election as next year’s SGA President was contested after he… Continue Reading

Avant- garde furniture producer gives lecture at Trinity

Hannah Holland ’15 Staff Writer Last Wednesday, April 11, in the Rittenberg Lounge, Ted Esselstyn came to  discuss his rapidly advancing furniture business, City Bench. City Bench is no ordinary furniture company. This company takes an avant-garde approach in its use of previously untouched city trees and determines what dictates beauty for a set of… Continue Reading