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Monthly Archives: February 2018

Women’s Swimming and Diving Competes in NESCAC Meet

JULIA KENNARD ’20 CONTRIBUTING WRITER The Women’s Swimming and Diving team’s motivation for their entire season was focused on coming up shy by only three points last season. After their two-day meet in Williamstown, Massachusetts the team had the strongest finish since 2003, coming in ninth overall in the NESCAC Women’s Swimming and Diving Championship… Continue Reading

Women’s Squash Falls To Harvard in National Title

BRENT SCHOELLER ’21 CONTRIBUTING WRITER The Trinity College Women’s Squash team travelled to Cambridge, Mass. last Friday seeking a College Squash Association National Title. The Bantams made it all the way to the National Championship match before falling to a tough Harvard Crimson team. The women began the tournament by playing the Columbia Lions in… Continue Reading

“Caribbean Honduras” Teaches Mesoamerican History

GILLIAN REINHARD ’20 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Students interested in Latin-American culture and history were treated on Feb. 15 to a common hour lecture by Professor of History and International Studies Dario Euraque. A Honduran native, Professor Euraque explained the rich and complex history of the country, and contrasted it with the Caribbean nation of Trinidad in relation… Continue Reading

Gardner Theft Trail Stops Cold in Hartford

Gardner Theft Trail Stops Cold in Hartford

TRIP SLAYMAKER ’18 A&E EDITOR The March, 1990 theft of 13 artworks from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston remains the most valuable single art heist in history. Part of the legend that has built up around the loss and secret movements of the pieces is the result of the strange details of the… Continue Reading

Student Interns at Adoption Agency in Minnesota

AMANDA MUCCIO ’18 SENIOR EDITOR During the summer before her senior year at Trinity, Elizabeth Searls ’18 interned at EVOLVE Adoption and Family Services in Stillwater, Minnesota. “It was the most humbling and rewarding experience to be part of bringing families together,” said Searls. EVOLVE Adoption and Family Services is an agency that offers support… Continue Reading

Men’s Squash Wins 17th National Championship

MATEO VAZQUEZ ’21 STAFF WRITER The Trinity College Men’s Squash team put up a brilliant fight this past weekend for the CSA Squash National Championship. Their training throughout the entire season built up to this moment. While they dominated the competition for much of the season, that is not to say that they haven’t been… Continue Reading

Student Leader of the Week: Francisco Balderrama ’20

Student Leader of the Week: Francisco Balderrama ’20

Name: Francisco Balderrama Class Year: 2020 Hometown: Chihuahua, Mexico Leadership on Campus: Charleston House of Interfaith, First Generation Student Board Tell us about your leadership experience: I have had the privilege to hear about the personal lives of some professors, as well as the chapel staff. I have also had the opportunity to interact and learn… Continue Reading

Space Camp and Bat House Rock at The Mill

Space Camp and Bat House Rock at The Mill

MEG SMITH ’21 A & E EDITOR The Mill provided a fun and fresh Friday night concert with Connecticut-based non-binary industrial metal band Space Camp and Boston indie-rock quartet Bat House. Space Camp opened with a literal bang as they lled the tiny venue with their chaotic, rebellious sound and undeniably genderqueer presence. Their merchandise… Continue Reading