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Monthly Archives: April 2013

Trinity Senior organizes memorial walk/run for Boston victims

Chloe Miller ’14, News Editor Memorials and donations have been pouring in from around the world in response to the April 15 Boston Marathon bombings that left three dead and injured early 200. The marathon, held on Massachusetts state holiday Patriot’s Day, is an event steeped in loyalty, camaraderie, and tradition, and the blow of… Continue Reading

Late Night Bistro to be closed and replaced by Goldbergs

Chloe Miller ’14, News Editor The Tripod has learned through a reliable source that the College plans to cancel the popular Late Night Bistro service after next weekend’s service. Due to high costs and low revenue, Chartwells does not plan on reintroducing Late Night service in the fall. Late Night, which began in September 2012,… Continue Reading

Senior produces men’s squash documentary

Cara Munn ’15, Staff Writer On Sunday, April 28, Marc DiBenedetto, ’13, a creative writing major, showed his documentary film “ALL-IN” at Trinity’s very own Cinestudio. The theater was absolutely packed, the air full of anticipation. The documentary followed the 2012-2013 Squash Team in their “comeback” year after losing to Yale in the regular season… Continue Reading

SambaFest kicks off at Riverfront Sat.

Alie Shreiber ’13, Staff Writer The 6th annual Samba Fest will be taking place this coming Saturday, May 4. Professor Eric Galm started Samba Fest in 2007. He initially started the event with funds from a Mellon Global/Urban course redevelopment grant. The first Samba Fest featured performances by several Hartford-based musicians as well as the… Continue Reading

CT Dept. of Labor orders stop work order on Crescent Street

Elaina Rollins ’16, News Editor This past Thursday, April 25, the Connecticut Department of Labor issued a stop work order for eight subcontractors working on the Trinity College Crescent Street Housing Project due to insufficient workers’ compensation records. The stop work order applied to five firms from Massachusetts, two firms from Maine, and one from… Continue Reading