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Monthly Archives: March 2018

Student Walk-Outs Reflect Positive Political Shift

Across the country, high school students have embraced protest following the recent shootings in Parkland, Florida where 17 victims were killed by a lone gunman. Since the Columbine Tragedy in 1997, the worst high school massacre to occur before the recent Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, gun violence in schools has become a part of… Continue Reading

Baseball Sustains Tough Early Season Home Losses

Baseball Sustains Tough Early Season Home Losses

BRENT SCHOELLER ’21 CONTRIBUTING WRITER The Trinity baseball team home debut was played against the Eastern Connecticut State Warriors on the Murren Family Field at DiBenedetto Stadium.  Unfortunately, the opener did not go as the Bantams had hoped for.  The team fell to the Warriors of Eastern Connecticut State by a score of 6-0.  The… Continue Reading

March Madness Consumes College Campuses, Nation

MATEO VAZQUEZ ’21 STAFF WRITER Chaos and insanity are now flooding college campuses all over the country, that is if you are a Division I school. That’s right, March Madness and its intense basketball games are where records are broken and legends are created. However, for Trinity and other non-division I schools and their basketball… Continue Reading

Mostra di Monet Exhibit in Rome Raises Questions

ALISON COFRANCESCO ’20 CONTRIBUTING WRITER The recent Mostra di Monet Exhibit in Rome provided a chance for visitors to see select works from the artist’s early caricatures, cityscapes, and later natural studies as his vision deteriorated. Along with Monet’s paintings, the show also included a digitally recreated 3D print of one of his works. In… Continue Reading

Cinestudio Movie Review: The Great Silence

TRIP SLAYMAKER ’18 A&E EDITOR Setting a western in a snowy landscape may seem like a simple way to change audience expectations. Sergio Corbucci’s The Great Silence is one of the great spaghetti westerns of the sixties not just because it was the first set in snow, but because it subverts nearly every touchstone of… Continue Reading

International Hip Hop Festival Preview

International Hip Hop Festival Preview

TRINITY TRIPOD A&E SECTION Trinity’s annual International Hip Hop Festival will take place at Mather Hall’s Washington Room on Friday, April 6, through Sunday, April 8. Free and open to the public, the festival’s theme will be “censorship, free-speech a nd protest.”       Headlining the event is hip hop artist Noname, who grew… Continue Reading

Graduate Studies to Expand and Improve following Decades-Long Setback

Graduate Studies to Expand and Improve following Decades-Long Setback

BEN GAMBUZZA ’20 and BRENDAN CLARK ’21 NEWS EDITORS Trinity’s Graduate Studies program, an institution of the College since 1889, will be incorporating significant changes and improvements to its program in the coming year. Under the direction of Dean of Academic Affairs and Strategic Initiatives Sonia Cardenas, Trinity plans to introduce a new one-year master’s… Continue Reading