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Monthly Archives: October 2012

Tone Your Joints gets the audience “toned” for the 80s dance

ISABEL MONTELEONE ’16 CONTRIBUTING WRITER   A pre-game to the long-awaited Eighties Dance, Trinity College’s all-female a capella group, The Trinitones, and Trinity’s improv troupe, The Moveable Joints!, came together Saturday night for a fantastic performance. The dynamic duo delighted Trinity students and friends alike. Both of these talented groups gave a remarkable performance displaying… Continue Reading

Undefeated Trinity Football spoils Bowdoin’s Homecoming

Bobby Gallahue ’14 Staff writer The Trinity College Bantams topped the Bowdoin College Polar Bears 27-10 in New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) action Saturday at Whittier Field. The game turned into a running back duel between Trinity’s Evan Bunker ’14 and Bowdoin’s Zach Donnarumma (Ramses, NJ). Bunker finished with 136 yards on 32… Continue Reading

HOCR: more than a race

Alyssa Rosenthal ’13 Managing Editor As you know from the front page, Trinity competed in the 48th Head of the Charles Regatta this past weekend, and we did some serious damage down the three-mile-long course. However, I don’t want to talk about our achievements or results because you can read about those in Sports; I… Continue Reading

Through the grapevine: Celebrity divorces and marriages of 2012

URSULA PETERSEN ’15 Staff Writer  One of America’s male sweethearts is officially off the meat market—that’s right, Justin Timberlake is now a married man. It came out Saturday that Timberlake and long-time girlfriend, Jessica Biel of “7th Heaven” fame, were wed in a private ceremony in Italy yesterday. This is certainly a happy moment for… Continue Reading

Parvin Pooya’s exhibit, “Beyond Reality” fills Mather with color

POOJA SAVANSUKHA ’15 STAFF WRITER   In the latter half of the past week, Trinity College’s Mather Art Space (The second floor of Mather), displayed Iranian artist Parvin Pooya’s works, titled ‘Beyond Reality.’ Parvin Pooya, who is currently pursuing a second Master’s Degree in American Studies at Trinity College, works at the ‘Tea Haunt Cafe’… Continue Reading

Sexual assault revealed at Amherst

Lydia Kay ’13 Editor-in-chief Last Wednesday, the “Amherst Student,” Amherst College’s student-run online newspaper came out with a personal account of rape written by former student Angie Epifano. Within the first few hours of the story’s release, the site crashed from an overload of visits and comments, and since then has gone viral. Soon after,… Continue Reading

At Trinity and around the world: The Head Writing Associates

Need help on papers, lab reports and other writing assignments? Try visiting the Writing Center for a change. The Writing Center has trained Writing Associates that can help students with every part of the writing process including generating ideas, improving theses and organization. This year, there are three locations where students can receive help from… Continue Reading