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Monthly Archives: March 2016

Student Athletes Face Obstacles in Joining Greek Organizations

Student Athletes Face Obstacles in Joining Greek Organizations

BRANDON CAMPBELL ’18 CONTRIBUTING WRITER Despite the College’s commitment to an integrated athletic and educational experience, some student athletes at Trinity have encountered complications while trying to join a Greek letter organization. No formal policy exists on whether student athletes can or cannot join Greek life.The College has consistently promoted a multifaceted liberal arts education,… Continue Reading

Final Changes to Social, Academic Disciplinary Panels

Chris Bulfinch ’18 On Thursday, March 8th, Trinity’s faculty voted on proposed changes to academic and social disciplinary policy. The changes which are the result of a more than three-year process, involved the reinstatement of hearing panels for academic and social misconduct and the implementation of a first-offender policy for cases of academic dishonesty. Student… Continue Reading

Behind the Scenes of Barnyard’s Spring Weekend

Behind the Scenes of Barnyard’s Spring Weekend

Esther Shittu ’16 The first day of spring has come and gone, but the 2016 Spring Weekend artist has yet to be announced. This is on account of legality issues concerning artists and their contracts. Barnyard Entertainment Committee is unable to release the artist’s name until the contract has been signed–which can be a long… Continue Reading

Campus Social Culture Centered Around The Mill

MATIAS PRIBOR ’16 STAFF WRITER The Mill on Vernon Street is one of Trinity’s most central entertainment and social hangouts. But there is not much selection on Vernon, nor on any other part of campus when it comes to music venues. The limited nature of party space at Trinity precludes the often exclusive selection process… Continue Reading

Cinestudio Preview: “The Big Short” Finds Fun in Tragedy

ERIN GANNON ’19 TRIP SLAYMAKER ’18 A&E EDITORS   Everyone remembers the Great Recession of 2008, but not everyone can grasp the complexity of the housing market collapse that led to the biggest economic decline since the Great Depression. Adam McKay—director of Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, Step Brothers, and Talladega Nights: The Ballad… Continue Reading

New Club Celebrates Women in the Arts

New Club Celebrates Women in the Arts

SOPHIA GOURLEY ’19 STAFF WRITER Trinity’s Women in the Arts Club recently began a publicity campaign on campus, by advertising with posters conveying the group’s message. The club is dedicated to exploring feminism within the world of art. The Women in the Arts Club offers a collaborative space to discuss and explore topics of art,… Continue Reading

Nothing to fear but fear itself

Rebecca Reingold ’17 Staff Writer During his first Inaugural Address, Franklin D. Roosevelt offered the immortal reassurance, “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself”. As the American people hurdled major political and economic issues – most notably, the Great Depression – their president reassured them the nation would endure. Nearly a century… Continue Reading