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The The Churchill Institute Successfully Launches Inaugural Colloquium

The The Churchill Institute Successfully Launches Inaugural Colloquium

JUSTIN FORTIER ’18 EDITOR-in-CHIEF In spite of  a lack of college recognition or endorsement, the Churchill Institute drew a crowd of almost  100 people, including nearly 60 students to the Hilton for the opening keynote of the Inaugural Churchill Institute Colloquium, “Western Civilization, Diversity, and the Liberal Arts in the 21st Century.” The address was delivered… Continue Reading

Supreme Court Integrity in Jeopardy

CAMPBELL NORTH SENIOR EDITOR Only eight Justices presently serve on the Supreme Court after the death of Justice Antonin Scalia left an empty seat on the bench in 2016. The power to nominate a Supreme Court Justice is vested in the president and appointments are made with the consent of the Senate. Given that the… Continue Reading

Alternative Facts or Fiction?

HUNTER SAVERY ’20 CONTRIBUTING WRITER When thinking of Donald Trump and his administration, many thoughts come to mind, unfortunately honesty is not one of them. In one of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s first press briefings, Spicer vehemently disputed media reports of low attendance at Trump’s inaugural, saying it was the “largest audience to… Continue Reading

Trinity: Sanctuary or Conciliatory?

JAMES CALABRESI ’20 CONTRIBUTING WRITER Sanctuary Campus: “a college or university in the United States that adopts policies to protect students who are undocumented immigrants”. Modeled after the Sanctuary City, which pledges legal protection from federal immigration laws, Sanctuary Campuses across the country have backed up this self-proclaimed title by working legally to protect the… Continue Reading

Women’s Lax Dominates Conn and Springfield

Women’s Lax Dominates Conn and Springfield

ANTHONY ZUCARO ’16 SPORTS EDITOR The Trinity College Women’s Lacrosse team had a very successful week after two straight wins in a row against Connecticut College and Springfield. Trinity’s record improves to 9-2 and extends their winning streak to three. The women started the week strong by breaking Connecticut College’s three game winning streak with… Continue Reading

Men’s Lacrosse Beats Roger Williams on the Road

Men’s Lacrosse Beats Roger Williams on the Road

HENRY PHELPS ’18 CONTRIBUTING WRITER Trinity College Men’s Lacrosse traveled to New London and clashed with the Connecticut College Camels on Wednesday, Apr. 6. The Camels came out on top, with nine goals to the Bantams’ six, resulting in a third straight loss for Trinity. Trinity outplayed Connecticut College in the fourth quarter, scoring three… Continue Reading

Softball Cleans Up

Softball Cleans Up

JUSTIN FORTIER ’18 SPORTS EDITOR The Trinity College softball team snatched a 13-9 victory in the third game of the series claiming the sweep of the Bates Bobcats on Apr. 10 in NESCAC softball action. Rachael Smith ’18 and Cassia Armstrong both notched wins from the pitcher’s circle. With the win, Trinity moved to 12-5… Continue Reading

Track & Field Works Amherst

Track & Field Works Amherst

ANTHONY ZUCARO ’16 SPORTS EDITOR Both the Men and Women’s Track and Field teams performed at an equal level at the Amherst meet this week, with both teams placing 5th out of 9 teams. The women were able to place consistently high for their events. Junior Katie Tonyai ’17 performed well with a 3rd place… Continue Reading

Men’s Tennis Wrecks Colby Mules and Wheaton Lyons

MEGHAN O’REILLY ’19 CONTRIBUTING WRITER The Trinity College Men’s Tennis team pushed through on Apr. 3, after being tied 3-3, to win against Colby College 6-3. After being defeated 1-8 in the first round of doubles, the Bantams won the next two rounds thanks to doubles teams Carlos Feyrreros ’16 / Cam Smith ’16 and… Continue Reading