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Monthly Archives: February 2016

Wrestling posts big wins over Daniel Webster and RIC

Wrestling posts big wins over Daniel Webster and RIC

ANTHONY ZUCARO ’16 SPORTS EDITOR The Trinity College Men’s Wrestling team had a mostly successful week thanks to victories against the Daniel Webster Eagles, 45-11, and the Rhode Island College Anchormen, 30-25. However, the Bantams dropped a meet to Bridgewater State, 30-15. Following these meets, the Bantams have finished their dual-match season with a 7-11… Continue Reading

Trinity Tripod Athlete of the Week: Shay Ajayi ’16

Trinity Tripod Athlete of the Week: Shay Ajayi ’16

JUSTIN FORTIER ’18 SPORTS EDITOR Captain Shay Ajayi ’16 has been a tremendous force on the Trinity Men’s Basketball team this year averaging a team-high 13.8 points per game, expanding that number even more within conference play to 17 points per game on average in the NESCAC. Ajayi has been in the starting lineup for… Continue Reading

Women’s basketball finishes strong against Middlebury

Women’s basketball finishes strong against Middlebury

ELLIOT MURPHY ’16 CONTRIBUTING WRITER The Trinity College Women’s Basketball team thrashed the Middlebury Panthers, 77-48 in their NESCAC season finale on Feb. 13. Middlebury fell to 11-12 overall and 3-7 in NESCAC play. With this final game in the regular season, Trinity claimed its first NESCAC win, moving to 1-9 in conference and 11-11… Continue Reading

Considering Antonin Scalia’s legacy

ANNELISE GILBERT ’17 MANAGING EDITOR As a young American who tends to lean left on social issues, it was easy for me to dislike Justice Antonin Scalia. However, when I heard that some were rejoicing at the news of his death, I was taken aback. No matter how much I disagreed with his opinions, I respected… Continue Reading

Commending Trinity’s response to Racism

by Peter Prendergast Editor in Chief Earlier this week, the Missouri state legislature House Committee on Higher Education Appropriations voted to penalize the University of Missouri’s Columbia campus in response to the student activism that has dominated national headlines.  Committee chair, Rep. Donna Lichtenegger has led the charge to deny the University of Governor Jay… Continue Reading

“Great Expectations” to open at Trinity

“Great Expectations” to open at Trinity

ERIN GANNON ’19 A&E Editor At the start of the semester, the Theater and Dance Department announced that “Great Expectations” is this spring’s main stage production at Austin Arts Center. Since then, director Jerald Winters has picked his cast and rehearsals have gone underway in preparation of the April performance. The six-person cast is led by… Continue Reading

Noah Koeppel ’18 brings Delete Blood Cancer to Trinity

Noah Koeppel ’18 brings Delete Blood Cancer to Trinity

KELLY VAUGHAN ’17 FEATURES EDITOR Trinity students are passionate, involved members with both on and off campus organizations. These organizations often hold special meaning to students and help the greater good. Noah Koeppel ’18 is one of these passionate students. Koeppel has single handedly raised awareness for blood cancer research on campus, through his partnership with Delete… Continue Reading