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Monthly Archives: April 2014

Day of Silence is a chance to examine Trinity LGBT experience

MAGGIE ELIAS ’17 OPINIONS EDITOR According to the Princeton Review, as of 2013, Trinity College is the 13th most gay-unfriendly college in the United States. Thirteenth! Before then, Trinity had not made the top 20 list. But in the course of one year, we jumped to the not-so-low 13th spot. The Princeton Review’s annual survey asked 126,000 students… Continue Reading

Missouri shooting raises questions about gun control legislation

SHEILA NJAU ’17 STAFF WRITER On Sunday, April 13, three people were fatally shot in Kansas City, Missouri: 69-year-old William Lewis Corporon, his 14-year-old grandson, Reat Griffin Underwood, and 53-year-old Terri LaManno. These shootings took place outside a Jewish community center and a Jewish retirement home, because the shooter, Frazier Glenn Cross (also known as Glenn Miller), was… Continue Reading

The Mill starts recording studio club

It is without a doubt that everyone enjoys listening to  good music. Whether it’s electric dance music (EDM), Hip-Hop, or alternative, music makes any event a little more relaxed and entertaining. Just ask Gio Quattrochi ’16, Ebban Maeda ’16, Austen Julien ’16, and David Klestadt ’16 who are all members of The Mill’s newest Recording… Continue Reading