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Monthly Archives: January 2018

The Mueller Investigation Reflects Political Instability

JAMES CALABRESI ’20 STAFF WRITER The president of the United States is under investigation for colluding with a foreign country. As the legitimacy of his presidency rests in the balance, the chief executive orders his lawyer to fire the head investigator, in a move that would effectively stall the search into the president’s potential wrongdoings.… Continue Reading

The Tide Pod Challenge is Not Worth the Risk

KATHERINE HOLMAN ’20 CONTRIBUTING WRITER You think you have seen it all, from videos on the Internet of people coughing on a spoonful of cinnamon to burning themselves with salt and ice for the fun of it, but did you see this one coming? In December of 2017, a new trend arose: The Tide Pod… Continue Reading

Trinity’s “Dog Obsession” is a Societal Problem

CHARLES TUCKWELL ’18 CONTRIBUTING WRITER People at Trinity are obsessed with their dogs. “Oh my god, I can’t wait to see my dog again” is a line all too easy to overhear during finals weeks. If you are unlucky, which you almost always are, the person speaking will shove a photo of their black Labrador… Continue Reading

Chartwells Price Hike Latest in String of Outrages

HUNTER SAVERY ’20 OPINIONS EDITOR The day Trinity students have long feared has finally come. The Bistro, the last hold out of palatable meal plan dining, has raised its prices. Once beloved for its combos and exhibition flare, the Bistro is the latest site of a Chartwells injustice. While last semester the campus was busy… Continue Reading

Campaign for Community Builds on Previous Initiatives

Campaign for Community Builds on Previous Initiatives

PARKER FISKE ’18 STAFF WRITER Almost two years after the launch of Campaign for Community, those most integrated in the process look on with optimism to the next phases of the plan, which includes a comprehensive redesign of the Cave and various leadership seminars in the spring semester. Grounded in a core message of respect,… Continue Reading

Women’s Basketball Sustains Rocky Winter Break

MATEO VAZQUEZ ’21 CONTRIBUTING WRITER While students were enjoying winter break away from campus, the Trinity women’s basketball team was hard at work. The Bantams saw success during the break, gaining five wins out of the eight games that they played and bringing their current overall record to 13-5. They started the new year off right… Continue Reading

Men’s Swimming and Diving Finishes Regular Season

Men’s Swimming and Diving Finishes Regular Season

JULIA KENNARD ’20 CONTRIBUTING WRITER While most Trinity students were spending Jan. 12 recovering from the holidays and preparing for a new semester, the men’s swimming and diving team was busy dominating in the pool. Their meet on Jan. 12 led to a skilled win over the Clark University Cougars with a final score of… Continue Reading

Men’s Squash Escapes with Hard-Fought Victories

NATE CHOUKAS ’18 SENIOR EDITOR After an abbreviated winter break, Trinity men’s squash took to the courts to resume their 2018 campaign. The Bantams, defending their 15th national title, have played six matches since resuming their season, winning them all. Trinity rolled right into 2018 with an away match at then no. 4 Columbia Uni-versity… Continue Reading

Men’s Hockey Begins Winter Winning Streak

CAT MACLENNAN ’20 CONTRIBUTING WRITER The Trinity men’s hockey team played impressively over winter break, winning five out of the seven games that they played while beating a host of conference opponents. The matchup on Jan. 19 against the Tufts University Jumbos ended with an exciting win for the Bantams. Tufts took the lead late… Continue Reading

Goldberg’s Likely to Close at End of Semester

Goldberg’s Likely to Close at End of Semester

EMMELINE ENDERSEN ’21 CONTRIBUTING WRITER Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer Dan Hitchell met with the Student Government Association (SGA) to discuss Chartwells, Trinity’s dining services provider. It was announced that Goldberg’s On Campus, unaffiliated with Chartwells, may close at the end of this academic school year. Goldberg’s contract will be up on… Continue Reading