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Monthly Archives: December 2015

Women’s basketball claims their third tourney title

LIZ CAPORALE ’16 STAFF WRITER The Trinity Women’s basketball team improved to 6-1 on the season after defeating both Maine-Presque Isle and Norwich last weekend in Northfield, Vermont. With these two victories, the Bantams were able to call themselves champions of the 2015 Ed Hockenbury Classic, their third tournament title of the season. On Thanksgiving… Continue Reading

Men’s hockey edges Hamilton but falls to Amherst

SAMANTHA BEATI ’17 STAFF WRITER The Trinity College Men’s Hockey team had a busy weekend playing both Hamilton College and Amherst College on the road. They played aggressive in both games but only garnered one win, beating Hamilton in overtime and losing to Amherst. In their Dec. 5 matchup with Hamilton, the Continentals were able… Continue Reading

Women’s Hockey struggles against Amherst College

MEGHAN O’REILLY ’19 STAFF WRITER On Dec. 5, the Trinity Women’s Hockey team fell to Amherst College 3-6, putting the Bantams overall record at 1-4 (0-4 in NESCAC). Amherst remains undefeated. Trinity began the game with a promising start, keeping their opponents on defense for the first two minutes but Amherst responded with a goal… Continue Reading

Squash teams look strong after dominating Dartmouth

ANTHONY ZUCARO ’16 STAFF WRITER The  Men’s and Women’s Squash teams both had exemplary performances this weekend, both winning all of their overall sets. The women’s squash team performed extremely well against Bates and Bowdoin, perhaps even more so than the men. They finished with overall scores of 8-1 against Bates and 9-0 against Bowdoin.… Continue Reading

Break-ins over the holiday go unnoticed by Campus Safety

MAGGIE ELIAS ’17 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF During Thanksgiving break at Trinity, the Cleo of Alpha Chi Literary Society (Cleo) and Pi Kappa Alpha (Pike) houses were broken into. Both houses, despite being classified as “off-campus” property, are located on Vernon Street. According to the President of Cleo, AJ Ballard ’16, it is unknown when exactly the break-ins… Continue Reading

Diversity on Campus

CHRIS BULFINCH ’18 NEWS EDITOR The last weeks at Trinity have seen a marked rise in discussions of diversity and inclusivity on campus. On Nov. 20, the Asian American Student Alliance (AASA) and the fraternity Kappa Sigma jointly held an event that continued the conversation begun by the “Solidarity on the Field” and “Wake Up… Continue Reading

Army reserve recruiters show students career options

WILL VERDEUR ’18 STAFF WRITER Recently in Mather Dining Hall, two representatives from the United States Army sat at a table and provided what, for some people who may have considered a career in the Armed Forces, was very useful information. The military is ubiquitous in modern culture, appearing often in film, literature, television and… Continue Reading

Multicultural Affairs Council shapes campus culture

NATY BUSH ’19 STAFF WRITER As the country encounters countless issues concerning race, college campuses are searching for ways to improve the overall atmosphere in their communities. Trinity has a group called the Multicultural Affairs Council (MAC), which deals with such issues and helps to coordinate the cultural clubs and organizations around campus. Representatives form… Continue Reading