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Monthly Archives: April 2015

The machines are coming and they’re taking away jobs

JAKE VILLAREAL ’17 STAFF WRITER   In the early 1800s, a group of Luddites stormed Nottingham factories at night and destroyed the machines in them, taking out their anger on the products of the industrial revolution that had taken away jobs and displaced their communities from the workplace. In 2015, the New York Times published… Continue Reading

Lilly Pulitzer is fashion, despite recent criticism

KELLY VAUGHAN ’17 FEATURES EDITOR   Lilly Pulitzer, a brand that emulates love for pink, parties, and prints, is suddenly experiencing backlash after two controversial events came ashore last week. First, was the release of a collaboration between discount retailer Target and Lilly Pulitzer. Target is known for teaming up with high-end designers to offer… Continue Reading

Tripod Athlete of the Week : Martha Griffin ’16

ANTHONY ZUCARO ’16 STAFF WRITER The Trinity College Women’s Lacrosse Team has devastated the NESCAC throughout their season and is prepared to take out Tufts in their highly anticipated playoff run. One of the highlights of this already astounding team is midfielder Martha Griffin ’16, who has left a huge impact on the team during… Continue Reading

Difficult finish for both Men and Women’s Tennis

JUSTIN FORTIER ’18 SPORTS EDITOR   On April 25 the Trinity College Women’s Tennis Team dropped a 6-3 decision against the Skidmore College Thoroughbreds. Trinity dropped to 6-8, closing the regular season with two losses, while Skidmore improved to 11-8. Bantam co-captain Melita Ferjanic ’16 won in singles and doubles for the Bantams, teaming with… Continue Reading

Behind the scenes of this year’s Spring Weekend

MAGGIE ELIAS ’17 FEATURES EDITOR After a wonderful Spring Weekend, I met with Griffin Hunt ’17, a member of Trinity College Barnyard Entertainment (TCBE) committee. This year, Hunt was the Chair of Design, and for Spring Weekend, he served as the Director of Artist Hospitality. We met briefly to discuss TCBE’s hard work that went… Continue Reading

Krass and Co. offers a bright and bold take on athletic wear

KELLY VAUGHAN ‘17 FEATURES EDITOR College students lead extremely busy lives, often without the opportunity to rest during the day. Finding casual yet attractive apparel can be difficult, especially when one may need to transition from the gym to class to the library without any time to change outfits. In an exclusive interview with the… Continue Reading

Lilly Pulitzer is fashion, despite recent criticism

KELLY VAUGHAN ’17 FEATURES EDITOR Lilly Pulitzer, a brand that emulates love for pink, parties, and prints, is suddenly experiencing backlash after two controversial events came ashore last week. First, was the release of a collaboration between discount retailer Target and Lilly Pulitzer. Target is known for teaming up with high-end designers to offer affordable… Continue Reading

Cinestudio review: Julianne Moore in “Still Alice”

by TRIP SLAYMAKER ’18 STAFF WRITER A death in the family is a terrible thing, but more than that, it is deceptive. We imagine these moments of sorrow as poetic, or dramatic, or full of some kind of Shakespearean energy. But the truth is that when bad news hits home, the world doesn’t stop moving:… Continue Reading