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Monthly Archives: April 2017

Trinity Champions Honored at Hartford Yard Goats Game

Trinity Champions Honored at Hartford Yard Goats Game

NATE CHOUKAS ’18 SPORTS EDITOR Thursday night, Trinity’s NESCAC Championship teams were honored at Dunkin Donuts Park, as the Hartford Yard Goats defeated the Harrisburg Senators, picking up their first win in the new stadium. The highly anticipated home win is the first for a Hartford based professional baseball team since 1952. Hartford now has… Continue Reading

Track & Field Has Strong Showing as Invitational Hosts

Track & Field Has Strong Showing as Invitational Hosts

ALEX DAHLEM ’20 STAFF WRITER The Trinity College men’s and women’s track and field teams hosted the first Trinity Outdoor Track and Field Invitational in nine years on Saturday. Both teams produced great results on the brand new track and field facilities at Jessee/Miller Field. Top performers for the Bantams in a NESCAC-heavy field were… Continue Reading

Spring Weekend Concert Brings Distinct Sounds

Spring Weekend Concert Brings Distinct Sounds

CHARLIE McMAHON ’18 A&E EDITOR Spring Weekend is synonymous with two things: a wide array of social events and music. While on Friday night the student body was privy to the musical entertainment of opener Viceroy and Louis the Child, The Mill had a full evening of eclectic music planned for Saturday night. With the… Continue Reading

Cinestudio Preview: 20th Century Women

Cinestudio Preview: 20th Century Women

TRIP SLAYMAKER ’18 A&E EDITOR Set at the end of the upheaval years of the 1970’s, Mike Mills’ 20th Century Women tells the simple, but enjoyable story of a family living in Santa Barbara. The young man at the center of the family, and of the film’s story is Jamie (Lucas Jade Zumann), a fifteen-year-old… Continue Reading

Santiago Gamboa Delivers International Studies Lecture

LAUREN MICHALEC ’17 CONTRIBUTING WRITER The 2017 Patricia C. and Charles H. McGill III ’63 Lecture, hosted by the International Studies Department on Wednesday, April 19 in McCook Auditorium, featured Colombian novelist Santiago Gamboa, as he presented a lecture on “The Art of Narration and Travel Writing (a Latin American Writer in India).” As a… Continue Reading

Annual “Take Back the Night” Hosted by SECS

ERIN GANNON ’19 MANAGING EDITOR On Tuesday, April 18, Students Encouraging Consensual Sex (SECS) hosted Take Back the Night in Vernon Social Center. The goals of the event are to provide a platform for survivors of sexual assault, to support them through speech and art and to raise awareness about sexual assault and its impact… Continue Reading

Keyon Dooling Shares His Story with Trinity Students

JOSEPH DIBACCO ’19 NEWS EDITOR Keyon Dooling, a former NBA player and current employee of the NBA Players Association, delivered a talk on April 11th in Trinity’s Washington Room about his experience with sexual assault as a 7-year-old and how it shaped his life. Dooling spent 13 seasons in the NBA, playing for multiple teams… Continue Reading