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Monthly Archives: November 2013

The rhetoric of the media misrepresents typhoon disaster zones

DAVE SIPPRELLE ’14 CONTRIBUTING WRITER   On Sunday, Los Angeles Times columnists Rebecca Solnit published a resounding statement on how Western media rhetoric is misrepresenting the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan. “Mobs,” “panic,” and “looting” are the keywords to the media’s “language of disaster,” and Solnit argues that Western journalism’s employment of such terms distorts our… Continue Reading

Homecoming Weekend celebrates alumni, students, and family

Maggie Elias ’17, Staff Writer Trinity campus was abuzz this past weekend for Homecoming 2013. Many familiar faces were seen all over campus as alumni and families came to visit their wonderful alma mater. Many interesting and fun events were held all throughout the weekend to celebrate and welcome returning students. To start off the… Continue Reading

Trinity football remains undefeated at home after homecoming

By JT Mehr ’16 Staff Writer This past Saturday, Trinity football ended their season with its best performance to date. The team had a convincing, 40-10 victory, to snap the Wesleyan Cardinal’s undefeated record in front of the many alumni, family and friends visiting for homecoming weekend. With a cumulative record of 6-2, Trinity finished… Continue Reading

Bantam Blitz energy competition pits dorms against one another

Kristina Xie ’16, Contributing Writer The beginning of November is a great time to be on campus. From Homecoming to the EROS Film Festival, Trinity is filled with all kinds of excitement and activities. To add to the madness is the Bantam Blintz Competition to conserve the most energy in Trinity’s residential dorms. The contest… Continue Reading

Fullbridge program prepares Trinity Students for post-grad life

Gillian Burkett ’14, Contributing Writer In today’s extremely competitive job search, students are continuously looking for ways to separate themselves from their peers and to showcase their skills and strengths to potential employers. For some students, especially for those who attend excellent liberal arts schools, the skills needed to go into certain industries are lost… Continue Reading

Bistro receives a B sanitation rating

By Kristina Smithy ’14 Managing Editor As I strolled up to one of my favorite campus eateries two weeks ago something glaringly caught my eye as I opened the door. A big “B.” Spending the last two summers in New York, I have become accustomed to seeking out these ratings and avoiding anywhere that does… Continue Reading