Monday, February 19, 2018

Category Archives: FEATURES

Tips for Picking Courses and Successfully Navigating Advising Week

HENRY WU ’21 CONTRIBUTING WRITER During advising week, Trinity students struggle with the selection of courses for next semester. Students have to decide which courses they want to take, worry about meeting major and general education requirements, and meet with their academic advisors to get the enrollment hold lifted. Since advising week can be stressful for… Continue Reading

American Periodicals in the Watkinson: Influence of Print Journalism

BRENDAN CLARK ’21 STAFF WRITER The Watkinson Library debuted a new exhibit in September that features the library’s impressive collection of rare American periodicals and print-related media spanning two centuries of American history. The collection, which features exhibits on slavery, religion, politics, home life, and literature, among others, offers an impressive insight into the role… Continue Reading

Trinity’s Boxing Club Mentors Hartford Students

MADISON VAUGHN  ’21 STAFF WRITER Established in 2012 by Oliver Lykken ’16, the Boxing Club started off in the Ferris Wrestling Room with just a few students getting together to box. In the past couple of years, this program has changed and grown immensely. The Boxing Club at Trinity has formed a partnership with the Charter… Continue Reading

Trinity’s Accidentals is About More than the Music

GRANVILLE KAYNOR ’21 STAFF WRITER There is some thing to be said for being involved in multiple extra curricular activities around campus. It shows that the individual is able to multitask at a high level while studying for classes, demonstrating an ability to manage time effectively. However, some clubs at Trinity College are more selective… Continue Reading

WGRAC Presents “Courageous Women of Resistance”

AMANDA HAUSMANN ’21 STAFF WRITER On Oct. 27, Trinity College’s Women and Gender Resource Action Center (WGRAC) hosted three civil rights activists as a part of their presentation, “Courageous Women of Resistance.” Pamela Selders and Bishop John Selders, leaders in the Connecticut chapter of the faithbased civil rights activist group Moral Monday, began the event… Continue Reading

Trinity Field Hockey Tour of Holland and Germany

CARA BRADLEY ’20 CONTRIBUTING WRITER This summer, the Trinity College field hockey team embarked on a once-in-a-lifetime tour of Europe. Touring four cities and five hockey clubs in seven days, the Bantams divided their time between hockey matches and tourism activities, fully immersing themselves into European culture. Senior captain Cara Daly says, “For me the… Continue Reading