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Monthly Archives: October 2016

Dean DiChristina Discusses Alcohol-Free Lower Lot

Dean DiChristina Discusses Alcohol-Free Lower Lot

CHRIS BULFINCH ’18 NEWS EDITOR The parking lot at the end of Vernon Street, near the field hockey field, will no longer be used for tailgating with alcohol, according to new rule promulgated by the College. Having witnessed “a fair number of people drinking who were underage” during Homecoming last year, Dean of Student Life… Continue Reading

Administration Designates End of Vernon St. Lot Alcohol Free

Administration Designates End of Vernon St. Lot Alcohol Free

ANNELISE GILBERT ’17 EDITOR IN CHIEF Earlier today the Tripod reached out to Joe DiChristina, Dean of Campus Life and Vice President for Student Affairs, for comment on allegations that this year’s homecoming would be alcohol free. In an email response to the Tripod, DiChristina wrote that, “the location at the end of Vernon is being designated as… Continue Reading

Rugby Has a Chance to Compete in National Tournament

Rugby Has a Chance to Compete in National Tournament

WILLIAM SNAPE IV ’18  SPORTS EDITOR   The Trinity College Rugby Club is on its way to making history this weekend by qualifying for the Division II Nationals tournament.   For the second season in a row, the team has gone undefeated, boasting an impressive 5-0 record against a series of historically tough opponents in… Continue Reading

Volleyball Looks to Finish Season with Winning Record

Volleyball Looks to Finish Season with Winning Record

RYAN MURPHY ’17 SPORTS EDITOR   The women’s volleyball team participated in the Hall of Fame Invitational at Amherst College last weekend, improving their record to 10-11 on the season. The Bantams went 2-1 on the weekend, defeating Emmanuel College and SUNY Canton, and losing to UMass-Boston. On Friday Oct. 21, the Bantams took on… Continue Reading

Rowing Teams Race in 52nd Head of the Charles Regatta

Rowing Teams Race in 52nd Head of the Charles Regatta

CAROLINE FEENEY ’17 CONTRIBUTING WRITER   Over the weekend, the Trinity College Men and Women’s Rowing Teams competed in Boston, Mass. at the 52nd Head of the Charles Regatta. The Head of the Charles is often referred to in the quirky world of rowing as “rowing Christmas” with many people exclaiming all weekend “Christmas came… Continue Reading

Successful Ally Week Shows improvement

Ally Week has ended on campus. A series of events hosted by The Queer Resource Center and EROS, Ally Week sees the raising of rainbow pride flags across campus, as well as a blossoming of chalk messages that are intended to encourage respect of sexualities and LGBTQQI students. Many of the events have grown in… Continue Reading

Election Forum Discusses Supreme Court, Foreign Policy

Election Forum Discusses Supreme Court, Foreign Policy

By Matt Boyle ’19 Contributing Writer On Oct. 18, the Political Science and Public Policy and Law Departments hosted a common hour event to discuss the future of this country. Professors Kevin McMahon, Anthony Messina, and Glenn Falk talked about the implications of the 2016 Presidential Election from their different areas of expertise. Professor Adrienne… Continue Reading

Student Government Association Provides Policy Update

Student Government Association Provides Policy Update

GILLIAN REINHARD ’20 STAFF WRITER The Trinity College Student Government Association (SGA) has been working to implement student-driven policy change all semester. This semester, the organization has embarked on a new era of collaboration to create new strategies to improve the Trinity community. The SGA, spanning students of all backgrounds, skills and grades, works tirelessly… Continue Reading