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Monthly Archives: March 2014

Pints and Quarts with the Pipes and Quirks

Campbell North ’17  Arts Editor On the drizzly night of March 12th, the Pipes and Quirks treated fellow students and parents to a taste of spring with their fresh and vivacious melodies. The chapel was filled by spectators sitting in multiple rows of chairs facing the front and crowded by students sitting in pews, some… Continue Reading

“Love Your Body” week encourages a positive campus climate

ANA MEDINA ’16 FEATURES EDITOR Every year Promoting Healthy Awareness of the Body (PHAB) hosts an entire week of events that encourage students to have a positive body image. The weeklong event, known as “Love Your Body Week”, which began on Friday, Feb. 21, was co-sponsored this year by the Health Center, Student Health Advisory… Continue Reading

Business and art trek allowed students to explore career options

KRISTINA XIE ’16 ARTS EDITOR During Trinity Days, the Career and Service Development Center organized a trip to New York City for two groups of students interested in the business and art world. During this overnight trip, students got the opportunity to understand the culture of the different workplaces and network with alumni. Severn Sandt,… Continue Reading

Greek co-education mandate strongly opposed at SGA forum

A critique faculty, staff, and administration have long attributed to Trinity students is their complacency on school-wide issues. When it comes to the provisions and plans set forth under the College’s Social Policy – especially regarding Greek life – complacent is everything Trinity students haven’t been.             On Sunday March 9th at 6:30pm, the Student… Continue Reading

‘Accidentally in love with Quirks’ a capella performance

On the brisk winter night of March 6, two of Trinity’s impressive a capella groups, the Accidentals and the Quirks, united within the historical walls of the Chapel for a night of songs and introductions. For both groups, this was the first concert since the spring semester auditions, which took place at the beginning of… Continue Reading

“Dallas Buyers Club” provides a touching portrayal of AIDS

SAMIA KEMEL ’14 STAFF WRITER “Dallas Buyers Club” is a film that strikes at the heart of what it truly means to ‘transform.’ Both within and outside of the film, the characters and the actors experience transformative events. We see health transformed into irrevocable sickness, a rom-com star transformed into a serious and committed actor, and a biopic… Continue Reading

Trinity falls 5-4 in a close battle with Bowdoin College

Ryan Murphy ’17 CONTRIBUTING WRITER   The top-seeded Trinity Bantams struggled all afternoon to keep up with the Bowdoin Polar Bears. Going into the NESCAC semifinals, the Bantams were ranked 3rd in the nation, and heavily favored in matchup against Bowdoin. Bowdoin’s John McGinnis got the scoring started early in the first period when he… Continue Reading