Friday, March 22, 2019

Category Archives: NEWS

SGA Plans Forum to Address Churchill Club

Gillian Reinhard ’20 Editor-in-Chief The Mar. 3 agenda of the Student Government Association meeting included a proposal from the Churchill Club to be recognized as an organization. Churchill Club members Andre Curtis ’20 and Nick Engstrom ’22 defended the organization against dozens of questions and criticisms, and discussions across campus have risen in its wake.… Continue Reading

Major Changes to Trinity-in-Paris Program in Fall 2019

Major Changes to Trinity-in-Paris Program in Fall 2019

Amanda Hausmann ’21 News Editor Since 2006, Trinity students have been able to study away in Paris for either a semester or the entire year. However, for this spring semester, studying away in Paris was not available to Trinity students. According to the Director of the Office of Study Away Jennifer Summerhays, the Trinity-in-Paris program… Continue Reading

SGA Discusses Churchill Club and Upcoming Elections

Kip Lynch ’22 Staff Writer The Student Government Association met this past Sunday, Mar. 10, in order to discuss Class Council initiatives, the Student Integrity Contract, upcoming SGA elections, and hosting a forum with the Churchill Club. The SGA also heard committee updates and H20PE’s request for club approval and recognition. H20PE Trinity College aims… Continue Reading

Alum Eddie Perez ’96 Could Seek Mayoral Re-Election

Kat Namon ’22 News Editor Trinity College alumnus and former mayor of Hartford Eddie Perez ’96 is considering making a political comeback after a corruption scandal and conviction in 2009. Perez grew up in public housing in Hartford and is a former gang member. He graduated from Trinity in 1996 and served as the Associate… Continue Reading

Weekend Vandalism Sees Destruction in North Campus Bathroom

Gillian Reinhard ’20 Editor-in-Chief According to an email sent to residents of North Campus by the Office of Residential Life, the downstairs men’s bathroom of the dorm was vandalized over the weekend. The perpetrator or perpetrators broke the handles off of all sinks to cause additional flooding and extend the damage. Additionally, the drains of… Continue Reading

Information on Early Decision Class of 2023 Released

Jay Park ’22 Staff Writer  On Feb. 19, 2019, the Early Decision (ED) members of Trinity College’s Class of 2023 were announced. The students comprise 285 individuals from all across the world, and many from right here in Hartford. According to Vice President for Enrollment and Student Success Angel Pérez, the Class of 2023 is… Continue Reading

Chinese Student Association in the Works

Gillian Reinhard ’20 Editor-in-Chief Students have been working towards forming an on-campus organization specifically for Chinese international students at Trinity, possibly to be associated with the national organization, Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA). CSSA is the official organization for overseas Chinese students in universities across the world. The purpose of the club would be… Continue Reading

Churchill Club SGA Proposal Draws Ire

Kip Lynch ’22 Staff Writer The Student Government Association met on Sunday, Mar. 3, in order to discuss class initiatives, the sponsorship of Entering the Workforce During #MeToo and International Women’s Day 2019: Around the World, and the future of the Bantam Bus Pass. The Student Government also heard committee updates and The Churchill Club’s… Continue Reading

Boardwalk and Park Place Dorms to Close in Fall 2019

Boardwalk and Park Place Dorms to Close in Fall 2019

Kat Namon ’22 News Editor  Starting in the first semester of the 2019- 2020 academic year, both Boardwalk and Park Place residence halls will be closed to students and will not be a part of the upcoming housing lottery to take place in April. During the fall of 2012, both residence halls received exterior repairs,… Continue Reading

Working Group Discusses Changes to the Curriculum

Amanda Hausmann ’21 News Editor  Trinity College’s Curricular Reform Working Group is currently looking at a number of suggested changes to the College’s curriculum that in the future may be put into formal proposals for faculty to vote on. These suggestions include changing the number of credits required for graduation from 36 to 32, requiring… Continue Reading