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Monthly Archives: October 2015

Fountain of Youth could lie in our blood

ANDREW HATCH ’17 BUSINESS MANAGER   For generations, the fountain of youth has appeared as a symbol of immortality in cultures throughout the world. Though it has remained illusive, new scientific research might exist inside of us. In a lecture on Monday, Oct. 26, Dr. Tony Wyss-Coray P’16 of Stanford Medical School spoke to a… Continue Reading

Upcoming events at CDC provide great opportunities

NATY BUSH ’19 STAFF WRITER As students are preparing for their midterms and the second half of the semester is about to begin, many also turn to the Career Development Center (CDC) for guidance in securing internships and jobs. Although there are not many events taking place at the CDC this semester, will soon be… Continue Reading

This week’s recent SGA updates

MAGGIE ELIAS ’17 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF During the last two meetings, held on Sunday, Oct. 18 and Sunday, Oct. 25, SGA has made some great strides and progress with their goals this semester. First and foremost, SGA President Max Le Merle ’16 and SGA Vice-President Josh Frank ’16 contacted Dean Mitzel about SGA members receiving credit for… Continue Reading

Neuroscience major offers five year B.A./M.A. program

REBECCA REINGOLD ’17 STAFF WRITER The adjectives focused, ambitious, and incredibly determined undermine the accomplishments that Trinity Alumnae Emily Aiken ’15 has achieved at Trinity College. Excited and enthusiastic to be interviewed, Aiken provided the Tripod with information on her neuroscience major and just how important it is for females to be confident in their… Continue Reading

Apple harvest festival delivers fun and food

AMANDA LUNDERGAN 17′ A&E EDITOR Along with picking pumpkins, wandering through corn mazes and exploring haunted houses, fall in New England would is not complete without attending an Apple Harvest Festival. Glastonbury, Conn. hosted their 41st annual Apple Harvest Festival last weekend in Riverfront Park. Over 300 volunteers donate their time every year to make… Continue Reading