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Monthly Archives: February 2019

Annual Vagina Monologues Performance a Success

Annual Vagina Monologues Performance a Success

Claire Donohue ’22 Contributing Writer  On Feb. 13, Eve Ensler’s play, an adaptation of an anthology of interviews, taken from a collection of women over 20 years ago, was recited in monologue format by a diverse group of students and faculty. The monologues included stories from trans women, women who had experienced genital mutilation, dominatrixs,… Continue Reading

Track and Field has a Solid End to Winter Season

Track and Field has a Solid End to Winter Season

Mateo Vazquez ’21 Sports Editor Women’s indoor track throughout their winter season has had quite an amazing experience. With records set throughout the season, the Bantams have continued to strive towards new heights. However, this past weekend over Trinity Days, the track and field team was able to have a strong finish at the New… Continue Reading

Lil Pump’s Harverd Dropout has Irresistible Quality

Liz Foster ’22 A&E Editor  When South Florida trapper Lil Pump dropped his self titled debut in 2017, I liked it more than anyone who claims good taste ever should have. There was something infectious and firey in his flows, the slew of producers and features he used worked nicely, and his lyricism, though lacking… Continue Reading

Women’s Squash Suffers Tough Loss To Harvard

Mateo Vazquez ’21 Sports Editor Those who were on campus can attest that Trinity had an exhilarating weekend for squash. Trinity College had the opportunity to host the CSA National team tournament which also is referred to as the Howe Cup. This tournament is the largest women’s tournament that is run by US Squash. The… Continue Reading

Young Democratic Socialists Fundraise for Bail Fund

Gillian Reinhard ’20 Editor-in-Chief  Throughout their inaugural year on campus, the Trinity College chapter of the Young Democratic Socialists of America (YDSA) have fundraised for the Connecticut Bail Fund. This effort raised a total of $1,000 for the organization. Students obtained these impressive results from donations, baked good sales proceeds, and profits from on-campus thrift… Continue Reading

Hockey Team Enters the NESCAC Tournament

Hockey Team Enters the NESCAC Tournament

Cat MacLennan ’20 Staff Writer The Trinity women’s and men’s hockey teams were both at home this weekend competing for the quarterfinals of the NESCAC tournament. The women’s team played the Amherst College Mammoths in a nail-biting game and the men’s team took down the Tufts University Jumbo’s; both teams played on Saturday. The women’s… Continue Reading

“Coeducation in Context: 1969-1970” Common Hour

Amanda Scopelliti ’20 Features Editor  On Feb. 14, 2019, Trinity hosted a common hour event featuring a group of alumni and current and retired staff members who experienced 1969 at the College, the first year that female students were granted admission.  The panel, moderated by Taniqua Huguley ’15, M’17, began with a short film by… Continue Reading

Club Spotlight: Trinity Homelessness Project (THP)

Leah Swope ’22 Contributing Writer  More than 4,500 people are homeless on any given night in Connecticut, and nearly one in five of those individuals are children.  With housing prices in Connecticut being near the highest in the nation, the large homeless population struggles with the most basic human needs like staying warm and nourished… Continue Reading

Trinity Study Abroad Spotlight: Edinburgh, Scotland

Ben Gambuzza ’20 Contributing Writer  Don’t go to Cambridge, Oxford, Manchester, York, St. Andrews, Glasgow, or even London. If you’re going to the United Kingdom to study abroad, do me a favor and go to Edinburgh, Scotland.  Edinburgh combines historic Georgian architecture and a rough and tumble but ever so welcoming Scottish sensibility with a… Continue Reading