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Monthly Archives: November 2017

Private Citizens Have a Right to Protect Themselves

ELEANNA DAVOS ’20 CONTRIBUTING WRITER What happens when mass media censors news in support of a right that left-wing politicians and media outlets have deemed as dangerous? Well, I can tell you for a fact that there have been several occasions where a citizen has utilized their second amendment right to either prevent, stop, or… Continue Reading

Winter Ushers in Unjust Arrival of Canada Goose

HUNTERY SAVERY ’20 CONTRIBUTING WRITER The first cold snap of the academic year has arrived and every Bantam knows what that means: the arrival of a certain high-end down jacket. While real Canadian geese fly south for the winter, these outerwear birds prefer to nest at New England’s elite colleges and universities. Canada Goose is… Continue Reading

New Projects Made Possible by Arts and Neuroscience Building

New Projects Made Possible by Arts and Neuroscience Building

AMANDA HAUSMANN ’21 STAFF WRITER Completed this Summer, the Crescent Center for Arts and Neuroscience (CCAN) is a great addition to Trinity’s campus, offering new opportunities to students of all majors. The new building includes an art gallery, laboratories and testing spaces, and a student-designed studying area. Both Director of the Trinity Neuroscience Program Professor… Continue Reading

Field Hockey Falls to Messiah in NCAA Quarterfinal

Field Hockey Falls to Messiah in NCAA Quarterfinal

  CARLY CAO ’20 STAFF WRITER Last week, the field hockey team’s road to the Division III NCAA final four was cut short after falling to number one ranked Messiah College at the Falcons’ home turf in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. Just seven minutes into the game, Messiah’s Kezia Loht passed the ball to teammate Carissa Gehman… Continue Reading

Men’s Cross Country Finishes Solid Fall Season

JOSEPH LADD ’19 STAFF WRITER The fall season Trinity men’s cross-country concluded last weekend at the NCAA Division III New England Regionals. The team finished in 16th place and scoffed 462 points. Ace McAlister ’20 finished in 57th place, capping off a solid fall season for the sophomore runner. Among the Bantam cross-country squad, McAlister… Continue Reading

Bantams Build on a Successful Fall Rowing Season

Bantams Build on a Successful Fall Rowing Season

TAYLOR KAY GREEN ’19 CONTRIBUTING WRITER Trinity women’s rowing is an interesting team to watch this year, as their overall performance is quickly trending upwards. Women’s rowing finished up their third and final meet of the season on Oct. 28 at Skidmore. This was the last of three meets in the fall season. The Bantams… Continue Reading