Saturday, August 17, 2019

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A Rebuttal: Violent Speech Actually Does Exist

LUCEMY PEREZ ’22 CONTRIBUTING WRITER Last week, an article in the Tripod that claimed that speech cannot be violent. This is a concerning perspective that, regardless of intention, invalidates and overlooks the effect of violent speech on its recipients, and those who may be affected by it. Violence, as defined in the article, is limited… Continue Reading

Men’s Hockey Suffers Season-Ending Loss to Colby

CAT MACLENNAN ’20 STAFF WRITER The Trinity Men’s Hockey team went into the weekend with eyes full of grit, ready to take on the NESCAC championship tournament, hosted here in Hartford. The game against the Williams College Ephs Saturday afternoon started off in the opposing team’s favor with two unanswered goals for Williams in the… Continue Reading

Women’s Golf Becomes Trinity’s 30th Varsity Sport

GILLIAN REINHARD ’20 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Varsity women’s golf will become an official sport available to Trinity athletes during the 2018- 2019 school year. The recognition of the team as an official participant in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) is monumental and marks Trinity’s fifteenth sport offered to women and thirtieth varsity sport overall.… Continue Reading

Women’s Swimming and Diving Competes in NESCAC Meet

JULIA KENNARD ’20 CONTRIBUTING WRITER The Women’s Swimming and Diving team’s motivation for their entire season was focused on coming up shy by only three points last season. After their two-day meet in Williamstown, Massachusetts the team had the strongest finish since 2003, coming in ninth overall in the NESCAC Women’s Swimming and Diving Championship… Continue Reading

Men’s Hockey Outlasts Tufts in NESCAC Quarterfinals

CAT MACLENNAN ’20 STAFF WRITER Last weekend, the Trinity Men’s Hockey team had another round of double-headers, this time against the Wesleyan University Cardinals. On Friday, the Bantams suffered a devastating loss to the Cardinals. Trinity’s only goal in the defensive battle came late in the third period by Andy Chugg ’20 and assisted by… Continue Reading

Women’s Squash Falls To Harvard in National Title

BRENT SCHOELLER ’21 CONTRIBUTING WRITER The Trinity College Women’s Squash team travelled to Cambridge, Mass. last Friday seeking a College Squash Association National Title. The Bantams made it all the way to the National Championship match before falling to a tough Harvard Crimson team. The women began the tournament by playing the Columbia Lions in… Continue Reading

Men’s Squash Wins 17th National Championship

MATEO VAZQUEZ ’21 STAFF WRITER The Trinity College Men’s Squash team put up a brilliant fight this past weekend for the CSA Squash National Championship. Their training throughout the entire season built up to this moment. While they dominated the competition for much of the season, that is not to say that they haven’t been… Continue Reading

Aeolus Quartet Performs Mozart and Beethoven

Aeolus Quartet Performs Mozart and Beethoven

BEN GAMBUZZA ’20 NEWS EDITOR The Aeolus Quartet returned to Trinity after their previous performance in fall 2016 to play music of Mozart and Beethoven on Monday. The young, award-winning quartet is made up of Nicholas Tavani on first violin, Rachel Shapiro on second violin, Caitlin Lynch on viola, and Alan Richardson on cello. All… Continue Reading