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Monthly Archives: April 2017

Hartford Has It: The Connecticut Science Center

JENNA BEHAN ’19 STAFF WRITER Come on down to the Connecticut Science Center and “See the Unseen!” The downtown museum is located only 11 minutes away from Trinity College and has recently undergone a serious facelift, coming out more amazing than ever. If you’re looking for something to do on a rainy day, the science… Continue Reading

Album Review: Future Islands Release “The Far Field”

Album Review: Future Islands Release “The Far Field”

SAM SHIELD ’18 STAFF WRITER On April 7, Future Islands released their new album “The Far Field.”The band is best known for their 2014 release, “Singles”, however, they have been hard at work over the last several years. Lead vocalist and lyricist Samuel T. Herring, keyboardist Gerrit Welmers, and bassist/guitarist William Cashion have collaborated since… Continue Reading

Hoodies and Hijabs Art Installation to Travel

Hoodies and Hijabs Art Installation to Travel

JADE J. HORCHBERGER- VIGSITTABOOT ’17 CONTRIBUTING WRITER Racial distinctions are, biologically speaking, arbitrary. But this in no way loosens their grip on our society. If you are born with white skin, you are regularly reminded that you may find success in a variety of ways. Take, for example, your daily dose of media: from the… Continue Reading

Women’s Track & Field Places 2nd at Conn. College

Women’s Track & Field Places 2nd at Conn. College

NATE CHOUKAS ’18 SPORTS EDITOR This past weekend, Women’s Track & Field travelled to New London to participate in the Connecticut College Invitational. Thanks to stellar performances in a variety of events, the Bantams finished second overall in a 17-team field. Trinity finished the event with 90 total points, only to be outdone by the… Continue Reading

Men’s Track & Field Takes 9th Place at Conn. College

Men’s Track & Field Takes 9th Place at Conn. College

ALEX DAHLEM ’20 STAFF WRITER The Trinity College Men’s Track and Field team competed at the Silfen Track and Field Invitational on the campus of Connecticut College this past weekend. The Bantams were barely edged out by Wesleyan University. While Connecticut College led all NESCAC competing teams with a 5th place finish. Franklin Pierce took… Continue Reading

Men’s Tennis Rebounds Against Conn. College

Men’s Tennis Rebounds Against Conn. College

JOSEPH LADD ’19 CONTRIBUTING WRITER Trinity men’s tennis fell to Brandeis University on April 8, but doubles duo Jagger Riefler ’17 and Kyle Scheffers ’18 pulled out a win, taking the set 8-4 against their opponents. Scheffers also won his singles match, by scores of 6-2 and 6-4. The next day, the Bantams had a… Continue Reading

Campus Organizations Promote Acceptance and Diversity

GILLIAN REINHARD ’20 NEWS EDITOR Trinity participated in an important week for celebrating diversity in many forms on campus. Apr. 10- Apr. 14 was celebrated as “International Week,” a time of various events to encourage diversity on campus. Currently, the International House (iHouse) hosts many programs throughout the year to highlight the value of international… Continue Reading