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Monthly Archives: February 2017

Restaurant Review: The Sloppy Waffle

Restaurant Review: The Sloppy Waffle

MOLLY SCHINELLER ’18 CONTRIBUTING WRITER The Sloppy Waffle is the cozy, lively, and insanely delicious breakfast joint you’ve always dreamed of and never knew where to find. Located about fifteen minutes away from Trinity at 2551 Berlin Turnpike in Newington, the restaurant is famous for serving up oversized pancakes, juicy burgers, eggs of all kinds,… Continue Reading

Women’s Swimming & Diving Finishes 11th Overall, Accompanied by Lifetime Best Swims

JULIA KENNARD ’20 CONTRIBUTING WRITER The 2016-2017 NESCAC Women’s Swimming & Diving Championship this past weekend in Bowdoin College’s Greason Pool finished the Bantam’s season with a disheartening 11th place finish, only three points behind Colby College in 10th place. However, this meet was accompanied by lifetime best swims for many of the Bantam finalists… Continue Reading

Men’s Squash Rolls Against Harvard and St. Lawrence

Men’s Squash Rolls Against Harvard and St. Lawrence

CAM CHOTTINER ’20 CONTRIBUTING WRITER Coming off yet another NESCAC Championship, the #2 ranked Men’s Squash team turned in a pair of impressive wins over Harvard and St. Lawrence this past week. On Wednesday, the Bantams travelled to Murr Center Squash Courts in Boston to face the #1 ranked Harvard Crimson. In an instant classic,… Continue Reading

Men’s Hockey Sweeps Critical NESCAC Series

Men’s Hockey Sweeps Critical NESCAC Series

MEGHAN O’REILLY ’19 CONTRIBUTING WRITER On Friday night the Trinity men’s hockey team faced off in a big tilt against the first place Colby College Mules. The Bantams got out to a quick lead less than five minutes in thank to a goal from Ryan Cole ’17. The remainder of the first period and all… Continue Reading

Men’s, Women’s Basketball Endure Rollercoaster Weekend

Men’s, Women’s Basketball Endure Rollercoaster Weekend

ALEX DAHLEM ’20 CONTRIBUTING WRITER The final weekend of the men’s and women’s basketball regular seasons saw wins for both teams against Hamilton and losses against Middlebury. The men won comfortably against Hamilton on Friday night (67-53) before losing to a potent and experienced Middlebury team on Saturday (97-80), while the women won an exciting… Continue Reading

Women’s Hockey Loses to Amherst, Defeats Wesleyan

CHRIS KOHLER ’18 CONTRIBUTING WRITER The Trinity Women’s Hockey team had a couple of exciting games this past week, as they hosted the Amherst Purple & White on Tuesday before travelling to play the Wesleyan Cardinals on Saturday. The Bantams (7-12-2 overall) split the two contests to remain in the thick of the NESCAC standings.… Continue Reading

Concerns of Trinity International Students Addressed in Response to Trump’s Executive Order

Concerns of Trinity International Students Addressed in Response to Trump’s Executive Order

ERIN GANNON ’19 MANAGING EDITOR On Tuesday, Feb. 7, the Office of International Students and Scholars held an information session during common hour aimed at addressing the concerns of international students at Trinity regarding the recent Executive Order signed by President Trump on Jan. 27. According to College President Joanne Berger-Sweeney, this is just one… Continue Reading

ConnPIRG’s Latest Campaign: 100% Renewable Energy

GILLIAN REINHARD ’20 NEWS EDITOR The Trinity College chapter of Connecticut Private Interest Research Group (ConnPIRG) was well known last semester for its extensive voter registration campaign. Members of the group could be found advertising the importance of taking part in the November elections as well as helping Trinity students register to vote. With election… Continue Reading