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Monthly Archives: September 2016

Globalization vs. Xenophobia: Election 2016

By Max Furigay News Section Editor Historians call the last seventy years or so—the time period following World War Two up until the modern era—the Long Peace. Despite what one may hear on a cable network with a twenty-four-hour news cycle or through the increasingly entertainment-driven American news sources, there has been a notable lack… Continue Reading

Football Showcases Dominance in Season Opener

Football Showcases Dominance in Season Opener

SAMANTHA BEATI ’17 CONTRIBUTING WRITER Trinity Football returned on Saturday, a day marked by excitement not just for Family Weekend, but also the new turf field that was redone in the offseason. The Bantams hosted the Bates College, who they had not played in three years, Bobcats on a very warm and sunny late September… Continue Reading

Women’s Soccer Continues to Roll Over Opponents

Women’s Soccer Continues to Roll Over Opponents

IAN McDONALD ’20 CONTRIBUTING WRITER After an impressive 11-6 season in 2015, which saw the women’s soccer team land in the NESCAC semifinals, the Lady Bantams are off to a good start in 2016 at 3-1-2. They have had impressive conference wins over opponents Hamilton and Colby, as well as a thrilling overtime defeat against… Continue Reading

Cinestudio Preview: Florence Foster Jenkins

Cinestudio Preview: Florence Foster Jenkins

Trip Slaymaker ’18 A&E Editor In many ways, Meryl Streep’s latest character represents the ultimate in perseverance. Florence Foster Jenkins was born without even the slightest singing ability, and yet she would go on to perform to a sold-out Carnegie Hall. What she did have was a natural confidence and firm personality that helped her… Continue Reading

Field Hockey Cruising

RYAN MURPHY ’17 SPORTS EDITOR The Field Hockey team won their fourth straight game on Saturday, Sep. 24, downing Colby in a NESCAC showdown. The Bantams dropped a 4-3 heartbreaker to Williams on Sep. 10, but have since rattled off wins against No. 11 Wellesley, Hamilton, Keene State, and the aforementioned Colby Mules. “We have… Continue Reading

Trinity Baseball Team to Hold Spikeball Fundraiser

Trinity Baseball Team to Hold Spikeball Fundraiser

WILLIAM SNAPE IV ’18 SPORTS EDITOR The baseball team’s 2016 season was filled with individual player accolades and awards, as well as team accomplishments. Then-senior Scott Cullinane ’16 was awarded with the NESCAC Defensive Player of the Year, as well as being named to the All-NESCAC First Team and the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC)… Continue Reading

Trinity Continues Investigation of Balcony Collapse

CAMPBELL NORTH  EDITOR-IN-CHIEF An official inspection of 1715 Broad Street has provided further insight into the possible cause behind the balcony collapse on the night of Sept. 10, which led to the hospitalization of nearly 30 Trinity students. While investigating the structural integrity of the property, Inspector Patrick Looney, an official from the Connecticut Office… Continue Reading