Friday, October 19, 2018

Category Archives: NEWS

LVL to Meet with Culprits after Banner Vandalism

LVL to Meet with Culprits after Banner Vandalism

AMANDA HAUSMANN ’21 NEWS EDITOR A La Voz Latina (LVL) banner hanging over The Cave was vandalized by five Trinity students on the evening of Saturday, Sept. 29. According to an email sent to the Trinity student body by Dean DiChristina, Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Dr. Anita Davis, and Chaplain Read on… Continue Reading

CT Supreme Court Cases to be Heard at Trinity

CT Supreme Court Cases to be Heard at Trinity

SHAWN OLSTEIN ’22 CONTRIBUTING WRITER This Wednesday, Oct. 17, the Connecticut Supreme Court will hear two cases, one criminal and one civil, on the second floor of Mather Hall in the Washington Room. This program, brought to Trinity by the efforts of faculty and students, is sponsored by the Public Policy and Law Department, the… Continue Reading

Gerber: New Davis Fellow

BRENDAN CLARK ’21 NEWS EDITOR The Shelby Cullom Davis Endowment announced the appointment of David J. Gerber as its inaugural fellow. Gerber, a graduate of Columbia College, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and Virginia Law School, has been active in law and the management of scientific and manufacturing organizations. Gerber is also active in scholarly pursuits, having… Continue Reading

Trinity’s Early Homecoming A Success

Trinity’s Early Homecoming A Success

BRENDAN CLARK ’21 NEWS EDITOR Trinity College held its annual homecoming celebration from Friday, Oct. 12 to Sunday, Oct. 14. This year’s homecoming, which included games by Women’s Volleyball, Field Hockey, Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, and the annual Homecoming Football Game against Tufts. This year’s homecoming was also considerably earlier than previous years, when the… Continue Reading

SGA Talks Campus Climate Team, Disciplinary Memo

KIP LYNCH ’22 STAFF WRITER On Sunday, Oct. 14, the Student Government Association (SGA) heard updates from each of its subcommittees, in addition to hearing a request for approval by Doctors Without Borders and meeting with Dean of Students and Vice President for Student Affairs Joe DiChristina in regard to his Oct. 10 memorandum outlining… Continue Reading

Trench Update: Construction Under Gates Quad

SHAWN OLSTEIN ’22 CONTRIBUTING WRITER The Gates Quad has been blocked off to pedestrians due to construction since the start of the semester. According to Trinity’s Associate Vice President of Construction, Facilities, and Operations Tom Fusciello, the College is replacing the underground steam pipes connecting buildings. Pipes such as these run all over campus and… Continue Reading

International RAs Propose Changes to Compensation

AMANDA HAUSMANN ’21 NEWS EDITOR Over the past few weeks, a number of Trinity Residential Assistants (RAs) have called attention to both the amount and the manner by which they are compensated for their work. Specifically, many international students who work as RAs began to take issue with this matter after they were sent an… Continue Reading