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SGA Collaborates with WGRAC for Women’s Month Events

Brendan Horan ’21 Contributing Writer March is Women’s History Month, and to commemorate it, the Women and Gender Resource Action Center (WGRAC) is collaborating with the SGA to host events and activities on campus. WGRAC Director Laura Lockwood said that in past years, WGRAC has worked closely with SGA and a number of other campus… Continue Reading

Women’s Hockey Sweeps Weekend Series With Wesleyan

CAT MACLENNAN ’20 STAFF WRITER The Trinity Bantams played back to back games against the Wesleyan Cardinals this past weekend. Friday night, Trinity took the win with a 2-0 final score. Trinity women’s hockey improves to a 6-14- 1 overall record while the Wesleyan Women’s hockey team falls to a 5-12-4 overall record, continuing their… Continue Reading

Men’s Squash Wins 12th Consecutive NESCAC Title

NATE CHOUKAS ’18 SENIOR EDITOR No. 1 ranked Men’s Squash just dominated the NESCAC tournament for the 12th consecutive year, improving their record to 14-0. The Bantams are charging full steam ahead into the thick of the season, with two remaining matches before the CSA National Championships. Trinity will face the Princeton Tigers this Friday… Continue Reading

Trinity’s Accidentals is About More than the Music

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 than others and require a… Continue Reading

WGRAC Presents “Corageous Women of Resistance”

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 by introducing the presentation’s moderator,… Continue Reading

Sarah Duffy ’18 on Studying Abroad in Ireland

Sarah Duffy ’18 Contributing Writer I was lucky enough to have spent my fall semester drinking Guinness, dancing to folk music, and enjoying the craic* with some amazing lads and lassies in Galway, Ireland. I can wholeheartedly say that I left a piece of myself behind in that amazing little city. Galway was truly a… Continue Reading