Monday, February 19, 2018

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Lack of Publications at Trinity

For student writers, part of the so called “college experience” has always been to hone and perfect their work by means of student publications. The Trinity Tripod is a student publication, though it is a campus institution that dates back over one hundred years. The only other significant student publication on campus right now is… Continue Reading

Change to Tripod Nameplate

Eagle-eyed readers of this print edition of the Tripod may spot a change to the nameplate on the front page. Though the old design seemed ripped from the pages of Trinity’s history, the nameplate and image on the front page of the Tripod have historically been changed somewhat every decade or so. As such, the… Continue Reading

Despite Loss, New England Fans Can Still Be Proud

MATEO VAZQUEZ ’21 STAFF WRITER When many reflect on the Patriots recent success, they overlook what the team has done for New England. Since Robert Kraft bought the Patriots in 1994, the team has sold out every single game, an impressive feat considering their prior poor performance as a franchise. This sell out streak is… Continue Reading

Women’s Track and Field Begin Winter Campaign

CARLY CAO ’20 STAFF WRITER Trinity’s Women’s Track and Field team prepped for the upcoming season in Daytona Beach, Florida over the last few weeks of January and competed in the Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Indoor-Outdoor track and field challenge. The results proved the training trip was a success, and efforts carried through to the… Continue Reading

Men’s Hockey Takes Down Williams, Middlebury

Men’s Hockey Takes Down Williams, Middlebury

CAT MACLENNAN ’20 CONTRIBUTING WRITER On Jan. 27 and 28 the men’s hockey team played back to back games at the Williams Rink in the Koeppel Community Sports Center against the Hamilton College Continentals and the Amherst College Mammoths. The game against the Continentals ended in a 3-1 victory for the Bantams, advancing to a… Continue Reading

Campaign for Community Builds on Previous Initiatives

Campaign for Community Builds on Previous Initiatives

PARKER FISKE ’18 STAFF WRITER Almost two years after the launch of Campaign for Community, those most integrated in the process look on with optimism to the next phases of the plan, which includes a comprehensive redesign of the Cave and various leadership seminars in the spring semester. Grounded in a core message of respect,… Continue Reading

Women’s Basketball Sustains Rocky Winter Break

MATEO VAZQUEZ ’21 CONTRIBUTING WRITER While students were enjoying winter break away from campus, the Trinity women’s basketball team was hard at work. The Bantams saw success during the break, gaining five wins out of the eight games that they played and bringing their current overall record to 13-5. They started the new year off right… Continue Reading

Men’s Squash Escapes with Hard-Fought Victories

NATE CHOUKAS ’18 SENIOR EDITOR After an abbreviated winter break, Trinity men’s squash took to the courts to resume their 2018 campaign. The Bantams, defending their 15th national title, have played six matches since resuming their season, winning them all. Trinity rolled right into 2018 with an away match at then no. 4 Columbia Uni-versity… Continue Reading