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Monthly Archives: February 2014

NESCAC community mourns the recent loss of Bates student

Elaina Rollins ’16 Forrest Robinette ’16 EXECUTIVE STAFF The tragic death of Bates student John Durkin has shaken the entire NESCAC college community. Durkin, a junior economics major and football player at Bates, was studying abroad in Rome through the Trinity College program when he suddenly went missing. Durkin was shortly after found dead in… Continue Reading

Lara Abiona ’16 shares her experience as a minority at Trinity

LARA ABIONA  ’16 CONTRIBUTING WRITER I have recently discovered that when you deviate from the normative culture in terms of race, gender, class, sexual orientation and so forth, you are more likely to feel the constraints of the said culture. As an African-American woman, I do not have the privilege of naturally blending into Trinity’s dominant demographic… Continue Reading

New season of “House of Cards” surpasses audience expectations

DANIEL WILKINS ’15 CONTRIBUTING WRITER “He’s in the darkness now, and I’m the only beacon of light,” says Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey). “Now we gently guide him toward the rocks.” In the second season of the popular Netflix original series, “House of Cards,” Spacey delivers another chilling performance of the manipulative politician, Frank Underwood. This past week… Continue Reading

Women’s Squash beats Harvard to win­ national championship

Peter Prendergast ’16, SPORTS EDITOR On Sunday, Feb. 23, the Trinity College Women’s Squash team became national champions as they beat out the Harvard Crimson in a 5-4 victory. Eight schools, including Dartmouth, Princeton, Yale, Pennsylvania, Cornell and Stanford, gathered at Princeton’s Jadwin Courts for a weekend tournament spanning from Feb. 21-Feb. 23, all looking… Continue Reading