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Monthly Archives: September 2012

At Trinity and around the world: Cisco Ortiz of Campus Safety

Serena Elavia Features Editor  After conducting a nationwide search for a new campus safety director, Trinity selected Francisco (Cisco) Ortiz in August 2012. Born and raised in New Haven, CT Ortiz obtained his undergraduate and graduate degrees in law enforcement at the University of New Haven. He joined the New Haven Police Department in 1978… Continue Reading

Students present summer research projects at science symposium

JAKE MEVORACH ’16 CONTRIBUTING WRITER This past Thursday, Sept. 20, in the Rittenberg Lounge in Mather Hall Trinity students majoring in math and science presented their summer research projects. The room itself was abuzz with energy as science professors and students milled about casually discussing the mechanics of complicated chemical reactions and the effects of… Continue Reading

Football pummels Bates, extends home winning streak to 44

Bart Harvey ’16 Contributing Writer  After posting a 7-1 record last fall, the Trinity College Bantams’ started the season strong with a 37-16 win over the Bates College Bobcats. Head Coach Jeff Devanney was able to extend the Bantams’ home winning streak to an impressive 44 games at Jessee-Miller Field this Saturday. After finishing the… Continue Reading

Men’s Soccer ties No. 22 ranked Tufts

Malcolm Lloyd ’14 Will Walthall ’14 Sports Editors     The Trinity men’s soccer team took the field this Saturday to face off against nationally ranked Tufts Jumbos. Trinity entered the game with a record of 3-1-1, while Tufts came in undefeated boasting a record of 4-0-1. Most of the first half went scoreless with… Continue Reading

Family Weekend: a cappella concert debuts newest singers

YOULAN XIU ’15 CONTRIBUTING WRITER On Friday, Trinity’s five a cappella groups put on a show for their visiting parents, siblings, classmates, and friends in honor of Family Weekend. Unlike the traditional Hamlin Hall concerts, this performance was held outside on the Cave patio. By the time the concert started, the two rows of folding… Continue Reading

Sacred art of sand: an evening of Tibetan music with Dadon

ROSEMARY PERALTA ’13 CONTRIBUTING WRITER   This fall, Trinity is extremely fortunate in being able to host a community of Tibetan nuns, as they share with us teachings of compassion, positive change, and peace. Students have enjoyed watching these holy women create a mandala, go for walks around our campus, and engage in conversations on… Continue Reading

Mill gallery opening highlights body parts and city life

POOJA SAVANSUKHA ’15 CONTRIBUTING WRITER             The Mill, that provides a platform to all artists to showcase their talents, kicked off their first gallery opening for the semester, this weekend. Exhibiting selected works of artists Dan Flaherty and Denise Treizman, The Mill was transformed into a space dedicated to the fresh… Continue Reading