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Monthly Archives: March 2016

Trinity Hosts American Poet Tom Sleigh for Reading

KELLY VAUGHAN ’17 FEATURES EDITOR Trinity welcomed author and poet Tom Sleigh to campus this past Thursday, March 24th, as part of the A.K, Smith Reading Series hosted every Spring by the English department.  Professor Ciaran Berry, director of the Creative Writing program, introduced Sleigh, calling his work “humane and humble contemporary acts of witness,”… Continue Reading

TREEhouse Hosts Faculty Lectures Throughout Semester

ALEC BUFFAMONTE ’17 CONTRIBUTING WRITER The Trinity College TREEhouse hosted their second faculty lecture of the semester on March 22nd where Professor Cameron Douglass presented his lecture, “A More Human Ecology: or Why You Should Give a Damn.”  Following the precedent set two years ago with their hosting of several successful lectures, the student group… Continue Reading

Men’s and Women’s Tennis Split Wins

Men’s and Women’s Tennis Split Wins

ANTHONY ZUCARO ’16 SPORTS EDITOR The Trinity College Men’s Tennis team split wins over its four matches during spring break, starting with losses against Bowdoin (9-0) and Sewanee (7-2). However, the men bounced back with victories against Vassar (6-3) and Chapman (5-4). Against Bowdoin, Aaron Segel ’16 took Kyle Wolfe to three sets, winning the… Continue Reading

Women’s Lacrosse Beats Bates Bobcats 6-5 at home

Women’s Lacrosse Beats Bates Bobcats 6-5 at home

JUSTIN FORTIER ’18 SPORTS EDITOR Every year the Women’s Lacrosse team begins with enormous pressure upon their shoulders. After they swept the NCAA Division III tournament in 2014 , they have been cast in the national spotlight and have consistently been nationally ranked in the top five. Although championship dreams fell short last year for… Continue Reading

Men’s Hockey Halted by UMass Boston in NCAAs

Men’s Hockey Halted by UMass Boston in NCAAs

ANTHONY ZUCARO ’16 SPORTS EDITOR Despite their effort, the Trinity College Men’s Ice Hockey team fell to the University of Massachusetts-Boston on Mar. 12. With a 4-0 loss, the Bantams were removed from the NCAA Division III Tournament in the first round. In the first period, Beacon forward Mike Thomason scored first when he took… Continue Reading