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Monthly Archives: March 2015

Kenny family and administration respond to recent arrest

MAGGIE ELIAS ’17 FEATURES EDITOR On Feb. 26, the Hartford Police Department (HPD) arrested Hartford residents Pedro Carillo, 20, and Veronica Marquez, 27, on the charges of second-degree assault and conspiracy to commit second-degree assault towards a Trinity student in 2012. Around 3 a.m. on Sunday, Mar. 4, 2012, Chris Kenny ’14 and Timmy Suspenski… Continue Reading

Yik Yak gaining a physical presence on college campuses

CAMPBELL NORTH ’17 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF The trend of college students to utilize social media as the ultimate outlet for communication and creative expression has fostered an environment conducive to the rapid growth of new social media sites and apps within a very short time frame. One such social media app that has experienced this phenomenon is… Continue Reading

Bantam Athlete of the Week : Lily Gacicia ’15

ANTHONY ZUCARO ’16 STAFF WRITER   The Trinity College Women’s Ice Hockey Team defeated Middlebury in the NEASCAC Championship. In addition this team has also achieved some amazing accomplishments this season. However, one cannot look at these accomplishments without considering team captain, Lily Gacicia ’15. As a defensive player, Gacicia has helped her team to… Continue Reading

Women’s Ice Hockey claims first NESCAC title

JUSTIN FORTIER ’18 SPORTS EDITOR For the first time in history the Trinity Women’s Ice Hockey team won the New England Small College Athletic Conference championship. This 3-2 victory over Middlebury College was brought about by a fusion of strong leadership, new talent, and a second year coach that was willing to take the Bantams… Continue Reading

Men’s Basketball starts off NCAA Tournament strong

RYAN MURPHY ’17 STAFF WRITER   After falling short against Wesleyan in the semifinals of the NESCAC postseason tournament, the Trinity College men’s basketball team bounced back in a tremendous fashion this weekend in the first and second rounds of the NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball Tournament. Despite their early exit from the conference tournament,… Continue Reading

San Francisco artist grants personal internship experience

CAROLINE HARIRI ’17 STAFF WRITER Last summer, I was fortunate enough to intern with artist and creator, Suzy Kellems Dominik in San Francisco, California. Dominik is a contemporary, San Francisco based artist most credited with her multi-sensory installations. As an intern at Dominik’s office, called The Ballroom, a magnificent old-fashioned mansion overlooking the Golden Gate… Continue Reading

Trendy Trinity: 1920s beyond flappers, feathers, and fringe

KELLY VAUGHAN ’17 FEATURES EDITOR The 1920s constantly carries connotations which are reminiscent of a F. Scott Fitzgerald novel- sequined bodies, blaring jazz music, and drinking away one’s burdens at a Speakeasy. Most commonly referred to as the Roaring Twenties, this decade is often defined by the start of prohibition in 1919 and the Stock… Continue Reading