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Monthly Archives: November 2016

VP for College Advancement Discusses Retirement

By Joe DiBacco ’18 Staff Writer John Fracasso, Trinity’s Vice President of Advancement, is retiring after the 2016-2017 school year. Trinity’s Advancement Office is tasked with the promotion of Trinity’s mission, raising awareness of its goals and values, and fostering mutually-beneficial relationships between Trinity and its constituents, primarily alumni, students, and their families. Advancement is… Continue Reading

Women’s Basketball Starts Solid

Women’s Basketball Starts Solid

NATE CHOUKAS ’18 CONTRIBUTING WRTIER Women’s basketball opened their season 1-1, finishing third in the Curry College Tip-Off Tournament. The Bantams, led by head coach Emily Garner in her first year, dropped their first game to the MIT Engineers 69-47, before defeating the Pine Manor Gators 71-46 in the consolation game. Guard Rebecca Reifler ’19… Continue Reading

Climate Change Panel Discussion Advocates Clean Energy

By Jackie Mercadante ’17 Staff Writer The Climate Change, Energy, and Health panel discussion took place in the Alumni Lounge on Thursday, Nov. 17 as part of a “Week of Action” advocating for renewable energy. Over 50 events were held across the country as part of “The Week of Action for Renewable Energy,” a collaboration… Continue Reading

Women’s Squash 3-0

Women’s Squash 3-0

IAN MCDONALD ’20 STAFF WRITER In the pre-season polls, the Trinity Women’s Squash team came in at No. 3 in the nation, only behind Harvard and the University of Pennsylvania. Needless to say, the expectations are high for the 2016-17 season. In the opening match for the Bantams, they faced the No. 16 ranked Bates… Continue Reading

Underground Holds “Surviving New England” Event

Underground Holds “Surviving New England” Event

By Will Verdeur ’19 Staff Writer A worldly group convened this past Thursday, Nov. 17 in the Underground Coffeehouse to discuss the difficulties associated with attending college in New England. Students from Tanzania, Rwanda, Morocco, India, France, Trinidad and Tobago, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, southern California, and elsewhere all joined for the event titled “Surviving New England,”… Continue Reading

AASA Hosts Intercollegiate Asian American Night

AASA Hosts Intercollegiate Asian American Night

By Ethan Yang ’20 Contributing Writer On Nov. 18, five Asian cultural clubs from five different colleges convened at Trinity College for the first Intercollegiate Asian American Night. This event was hosted by two first-years Ethan Yang and Hamna Tariq, who are the First Year Representatives for Trinity’s Asian American Student Association (AASA). Also in… Continue Reading

Pre-Law Society Sponsors Panel on Careers in Law

By Casey Quinn ’17 Contributing Writer Trinity’s Pre-Law Society will be hosting an event on campus this coming Friday, Dec. 2 titled “Careers in Law: A Pre Law Society Speaker Series.” This event invites speakers from the legal and political career world onto Trinity’s campus to speak about their professional experiences, the path they took… Continue Reading

Students, Hartford Residents March for Equality

By Chris Bulfinch News Editor On Nov. 20, 14 Trinity students marched through Hartford to protest Donald Trump’s election to the presidency as part of the Equality March that took place downtown. Organized by Hartford area activists, Trinity’s visit to the protest was organized by members of the College Democrats, a political club new to… Continue Reading

Men’s Basketball Bounces Back After Two Overtime Losses

Men’s Basketball Bounces Back After Two Overtime Losses

STEW WILLIAMS ’18 STAFF WRITER Entering last Tuesday, the Bantams were coming off an unfavorable appearance in the Hampton Inn Classic in Dartmouth, where they suffered two overtime losses against Southern Vermont and UMass-Dartmouth. In the UMass-Dartmouth game, the Bants found themselves down 17 in the first half only to salvage the half by finishing… Continue Reading