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Monthly Archives: April 2018

Parking a Major Inconvenience for Trinity Students

CHARLES TUCKWELL ’18 CONTRIBUTING WRITER Cars at Trinity are too big. Parking spots at Trinity are also too big. The result is a true calamity limited parking on campus. Where I come from, a carpark is like a tin of sardines. Everyone’s packed in tightly and no one wants to be there. And this is how they should be, a… Continue Reading

Softball Sweeps Colby to Continue Successful Season

ALEX DAHLEM ’20 SPORTS EDITOR The Trinity College softball team swept the Colby College Mules this past weekend in their final home series of the season. The Bantams trounced the Mules on Friday the 20 by a score of 15-4 before holding on for a 4-3 win and a 12-5 win to sweep Saturday’s double-header.… Continue Reading

Men’s, Women’s Track and Field Host Home Event

Men’s, Women’s Track and Field Host Home Event

NATE CHOUKAS ’18 SENIOR EDITOR The Bantam track and field teams hosted the Trinity Spring Invitational at Jessee/Miller field this past Saturday, as both the men and women turned in stellar performances. This home event serves as a nice tune-up for the NESCAC championship, which will also be hosted by Trinity this upcoming weekend. On… Continue Reading

The Juul Culture at Trinity May Become Harmful

KATHERINE HOLMAN ’20 CONTRIBUTING WRITER One beautiful summer day, I was making the trek to Cape Cod, Massachusetts with one of my friends. We had Spotify blasting as we were stuck in Cape Cod bumper-to-bumper traffic;  remaining that way for the next hour. All of a sudden, in the car next to us, we spot… Continue Reading

Men’s, Women’s Lax Take on Colby Over Weekend

CAT MACLENNAN ’20 STAFF WRITER Both the Trinity women’s and men’s lacrosse teams played the Colby College Mules on Saturday.  In two nail biting competitions, the women were able to grab the win while the men fought hard but ended with a one-point loss on the road. The women Bantams started the game off strong… Continue Reading

Trinity Band Pakalolo Patrol To Release First Album

AMANDA LAFFERTY ’21 MANAGING EDITOR Trinity’s own Pakalolo Patrol has unofficially released their first eight track self-titled album, Pakalolo Patrol. Get ready for a mix of easy going surf rock and distorted raucous, a pair of sounds that marry each other smoothly on this album. The band strikes a difficult balance between a host of… Continue Reading

Student Nears End of Artistic Recycling Bin Project

TRIP SLAYMAKER ’18 A&E EDITOR James Hilton ’18 had an idea. As a junior year transfer student new to Trinity, Hilton arrive thinking about ways he could make the most of his time as an undergraduate. Next semester, Hilton’s project of many months will be realized in the form of individually painted recycling bins made… Continue Reading

Study Abroad Spotlight: Trinity in Barcelona Program

HOPE GILLAN ’18 CONTRIBUTING WRITER Over 60%  of  Trinity’s  student  body  studies  abroad  during  their  time as an undergraduate.  The Tripod sat  down  with  Charlotte  Stabler ’18  to  hear  about  her  experiences  at  the  Trinity   in  Barcelona program.   After  studying  abroad  in  her  sophomore  year  of  high  school,  Stabler  could  not  wait  to … Continue Reading

Student Leader of the Week: Emmanuel Amoafa ’18

Name: Paul Ntgene Class Year: 2018 Major: 2018 Hometown: Kampalo, Uganda Leadership Roles: Vernon Social Unit Manager, Mentoring Engineering 120 Students, TA for Engineering 110, Trinfo Cafe worker, former RA. Most Rewarding Experience: For me, it’s been the friendships and networking. It makes me feel accomplished to help the people I now call my friends.… Continue Reading