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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Trinity Men’s Swimming and Diving Concludes Season with Nine School Records at NESCAC Championships

Elizabeth Caporale ’16, CONTRIBUTING WRITER The Trinity Men’s Swimming and Diving team made the trek up to Brunswick, Maine this past weekend to compete in the New England Small College Athletic Conference 2014 Swimming and Diving Championships hosted by Bowdoin College. The Bantams finished in 11th place out of 11 teams, concluding with a score… Continue Reading

Trinsitions helps incoming first years find their niche at Trinity

ALI TUCCI ’16 CONTRIBUTING WRITER It’s no secret that the transition between high school and college is a difficult and confusing time in most people’s lives. Academic, extracurricular, and personal expectations are all heightened from the moment students begin their college careers. Even Trinity, with its comfortable size, close-knit campus, and overall welcoming atmosphere, can… Continue Reading

Panel discussion reveals the ineffectiveness of terrorist groups

CAROLINE HARIRI ’17 CONTRIBUTING WRITER This past Friday, Feb. 21 Trinity College hosted a Political Science Terrorism Panel Discussion. Assistant Professor of Political Science Reo Matsuzaki introduced the discussion’s two speakers, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Boston College Peter Krause and Assistant Professor of Public Policy in the Department of Political Science at Northeastern… Continue Reading

Students and local talent perform at Love Jones poetry slam

ZANIYYAH ASHBEY  ’16 CONTRIBUTING WRITER This past Saturday night, Feb. 22 Trinity Students witnessed and participated in Love Jones: Poetry Slam & Talent Showcase. Love Jones is one of the staple events for Trinity College’s Black Student Union, Imani. Even though the event was held after Valentine’s Day, the love did not stop being the theme of… Continue Reading

Photography Club provides creative outlet for students

KRISTINA XIE ’14 ARTS EDITOR  There are numerous clubs on campus promoting student engagement inside and outside the classroom. From community orientated volunteer opportunities to calligraphy club, there is something for everyone on campus. For students who can’t find a club that speaks to their interests, they have chance to start one. That is exactly what William Morrison… Continue Reading