Monday, February 18, 2019

Monthly Archives: February 2019

Restaurant Review: The Half Door European Gastropub

Amanda Scopelliti ’21 Features Editor  The Half Door is a “European Gastropub,” a term that according to their website describes, “a combination of pub and gastronomy which is dedicated to high-quality foods in a relaxed setting,” that is marked by, “a shift from formal dining to more informal local pub dining with moderate prices for… Continue Reading

What Does It Mean to Give Back at Trinity College

Sophia Gourley ’19 Contributing Writer When I first arrived on campus in the fall of 2015, I had no idea what the next four years were going to bring. I definitely didn’t leave my hometown in Agawam thinking I would ever travel over 4000 miles to live in Rome, have the chance to become a… Continue Reading

Women’s Squash Takes NESCAC

Mateo Vasquez ’21 Sports Editor  After what can only be described as an amazing victory, the Trinity College women’s squash team has once again won the NESCAC Championship for the 13th year in a row. The stands were packed with dedicated squash fans from around New England. The tournament went from Friday to Sunday and… Continue Reading

Men’s Hockey Takes Bowdoin, Colby Over Weekend

Cam Chottiner ’20 Staff Writer This weekend the Trinity Bantams Men’s Hockey team hit the ice for back to back home tilts against two of the NESCAC’s Maine schools. On Friday night, the Bantams took on Colby as Trinity hosted a “Hockey Fights Cancer Night.” The team sold t-shirts in an effort to raise money… Continue Reading

Indoor Track and Field Programs Compete on Big Stage

Joe Ladd ’19 Sports Editor This past weekend, both the men’s and women’s indoor track and field teams traveled north to Boston to compete in the Valentine Invitational on Friday, as well as the Gordon Kelly Invitational on Saturday. Boston University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology hosted each invitational, respectively. Both Bantam teams wanted… Continue Reading

Vernon Social: A Ghost Town That Must Be Rescued

Eleanna Davos ’20 Staff Writer For the last year we have had our own personal ghost town at Trinity, which goes by the name of Vernon Social. Last spring, we received the news that Goldberg’s would not be renewing their contract with Trinity and would permanently close come the end of the year. It’s with… Continue Reading

Northam: Nothing More Than A Racist Hypocrite

Sam Taishoff ’22 Contributing Writer  When it comes to human beings, it is important to look not only at the person they were, but also the person they are now. For Ralph Northam, Governor of Virginia, the person he was and the person he is today are rather inseparable and both are deeply racist. At… Continue Reading

Berger-Sweeney Response To Title IX Not Sufficient

Daniel Nesbitt ’22 Staff Writer On Jan. 30, President Berger-Sweeney submitted the College’s formal response to the Department of Education’s (DoED) proposed Title IX changes. While the response raises some valid concerns, its interpretation of the proposed provisions is quite myopic. In particular, the College tries to dilute the increased due process protections that Title… Continue Reading