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Campaign for Community Makes Significant Progress

Campaign for Community Makes Significant Progress

CAMPAIGN FOR COMMUNITY COMMUNICATIONS TEAM During the spring semester, Campaign for Community started moving to Phase II. Students and administrators working on the Campaign are reviewing recommendations from the student working groups that met in the fall, reorganizing to implement many of those ideas, and building a network for collaborations across campus. The Student Leadership… Continue Reading

Students Petition to Remove Action Bronson from Spring Weekend

Students Petition to Remove Action Bronson from Spring Weekend

ANNELISE GILBERT ’17 MANAGING EDITOR On Monday Apr. 18, EAC Barnyard Entertainment released the 2016 Spring Weekend lineup, which includes male rapper Action Bronson. Following the announcement, Trinity students created a petition on Change.org titled “Remove Action Bronson from Trinity College’s Spring Weekend Concert.” By 11:45 p.m. Tuesday Apr. 19, the petition had garnered 976… Continue Reading

Barnyard Announces Spring Weekend Lineup

Barnyard Announces Spring Weekend Lineup

KATHERINE ROHLOFF ’19 NEWS EDITOR On Monday Apr. 18, after months of planning, and negotiating with artists, Trinity College’s Barnyard Entertainment Committee released its artist line up for Spring Weekend 2016. The Kenny Mehler Band, DJ Yosa and Young Bombs are scheduled to open the event, on Friday Apr. 29 on the LSC Quad during… Continue Reading

Michael Conforti ’68 Talks About Visual Arts Industry

Michael Conforti ’68 Talks About Visual Arts Industry

MAGGIE MILLIAN ’18 CONTRIBUTING WRITER Michael Conforti ’68, former director of the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts, visited Trinity last Thursday to share his experiences and knowledge of the art world with Trinity students. He spoke about opportunities and challenges students may face when they break into the visual art industry after graduation. He… Continue Reading

Trinity Neuroscience  Department Turns 25

Trinity Neuroscience Department Turns 25

MOLLY SCHINELLER ’18 CONTRIBUTING WRITER This year, neuroscience has been at the forefront of academia and programming at Trinity in honor of the 25th anniversary of the discipline’s presence at the college. Beginning with just a few professors and the donated Loberg Labs, neuroscience has progressed dramatically. Not only does this year mark an important… Continue Reading

Track & Field Works Amherst

Track & Field Works Amherst

ANTHONY ZUCARO ’16 SPORTS EDITOR Both the Men and Women’s Track and Field teams performed at an equal level at the Amherst meet this week, with both teams placing 5th out of 9 teams. The women were able to place consistently high for their events. Junior Katie Tonyai ’17 performed well with a 3rd place… Continue Reading