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Trinity Welcomes Joanne Berger-Sweeney
WELCOME PRESIDENT JOANNE BERGER-SWEENEY. Trinity welcomes its 22nd president as she begins her tenure on July 1, 2014.
Study where generations have learned
STUDY WHERE GENERATIONS HAVE LEARNED. Trinity’s 100-acre campus is dotted with historic buildings, including the restored Long Walk buildings, the oldest example of Collegiate Gothic architecture in the country.
Bring your ideas to life
BRING YOUR IDEAS TO LIFE. Trinity's 10:1 student/faculty ratio means everyday access to your professors.
A Great Space
A GREAT SPACE. Trinity's Crescent Street Townhouses Come to Life and Offer A New Housing Option for Students.
Compete with the best
COMPETE WITH THE BEST. Trinity’s 29 varsity teams compete with other New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) schools.
ALL ABOUT CITIES
ALL ABOUT CITIES. Trinity's new urban studies major is specifically designed to provide an interdisciplinary understanding of urban dynamics and their global and local effects.
GO DOWNTOWN. Trinity’s location in Hartford offers multiple opportunities to engage with cultural, corporate, and nonprofit organizations, including Trinity's own Sambafest.
Intern where you'll make a difference
INTERN WHERE YOU'LL MAKE A DIFFERENCE. Trinity’s Legislative Intern Program gives students direct, hands-on experience with state government.
Make the city your resource
MAKE THE CITY YOUR RESOURCE. Hartford is the setting for many Trinity activities. Here, the women’s crew team practices on the Connecticut River.
Tackling Food Equity in Her Own Back Yard
TACKLING FOOD EQUITY IN HER OWN BACK YARD: Working With Local Nonprofits, Tram Luong Spends a Rewarding Internship Focused on Urban Agriculture
Learn from the best teachers
LEARN FROM THE BEST TEACHERS. Trinity’s international programs are taught by respected faculty from local colleges as well as our own professors.
Go beyond the expected
GO BEYOND THE EXPECTED. Leap across volcanos and see geological wonders first-hand during summer environmental science expeditions.
Study in Rome
STUDY IN ROME. Trinity's campus in Rome affords an outstanding educational opportunity in the heart of one of the world's greatest cities.
HELP OTHERS. Trinity students are deeply committed to sharing their time and talents with others. These students traveled to Uganda to revitalize a school in dire need of a facelift..
DREAM BIG. World-class swimmer Kristin Duquette embraces the life of a scholar and imagines new possibilities for making a difference.
Trinity Donors Finish Strong, Finish Together, Surpass Annual Goal
Office of Advancement Posts Fundraising Results for Fiscal Year 2013-2014
Slideshow: Student Researchers Conclude Ten-Week Summer Science Program
Presentations from Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, and Environmental Science Majors
Trinity, Neighbors Celebrate Trinfo Café Community Garden
Mellon Grant Supports New Model for Community Engagement
July 1 Marks First Day of New President, Five New Faculty
Two Faculty promoted to Professor; Two promoted to Associate Professor
James F. Jones, Jr. to Be Interim President at Sweet Briar College
Retiring Trinity President will begin New Two-Year Stint on August 15
Katy Dissinger Promoted to Head Coach of Women's Lacrosse
Three-year assistant takes over program
Historic Long Walk Quad and Chapel are Home to 2014 Trinity Summer Music Series
Picnics Encouraged at Free Wednesday Concerts
Trinity College Hires Vega as Head Swimming and Diving Coach
Bantams men's and women's programs embark on a new era
Alumni, Families, and Friends Celebrate at Reunion 2014
From Near and Far, Bantams Come Home to Trinity to Reconnect, Reminisce, and Have Fun
Laura Lockwood Commended for Trinity’s Sexual Assault Crisis Programs
Lockwood is director of the Women and Gender Resource Action Center
Faculty and Staff Members Receive Special Recognition
Honoring Five Excellence Award Winners, 12 Retirees, and Six Individuals for 25 Years of Service
Alumnus Made Gifts for Years to Build Support for Deserving Students from Hartford
The Late Dr. Paul Bilka '40 Was Renowned Rheumatologist and Self-described "City Boy"
Philip Cho and Lisa Yamada Awarded Barry Goldwater Scholarships
Purpose of Scholarship is to Promote Interest in STEM Research
Women's Rowing Makes History by Capturing 2014 NCAA Division III National Championship
Women's rowing team made history on Saturday morning in Indianapolis
Stephanie Clemente is the Latest Trinity Grad to Win a Fulbright
Clemente also awarded a Critical Language Scholarship to study Arabic
Hartford-Area High School Students Proudly Display Mobile Apps
Students among First Cohort to take Advanced Computer Science Class
Six Trinity Students to Rebuild a Girls Orphanage in Njoro, Kenya
Project made possible by Davis Projects for Peace Award
576 Degrees Awarded to Students at Trinity’s 188th Commencement
Journalist Katie Couric Encourages Graduates to Build Careers Driven by Purpose
Trinity’s 188th Commencement to be Held Sunday on Main Quadrangle
Broadcast Journalist Katie Couric will address Graduates, Faculty and Guests
Six Honorary Degrees to be Awarded at Commencement
Recipients include Retiring Trinity President, Board of Trustees Chair
Greek Week Celebration Filled with Fun, Service, Recognition
Activities Concluded with Awards Ceremony Honoring Chapters and Individuals
Salima Etoka '15, is Trinity’s First Truman Scholar in 28 Years
Etoka, an Idaho Resident, was chosen from a Pool of 655 Candidates
Wassong Lecture Highlights Nietzsche’s Appreciation of Socrates
Professor Drew Hyland Presents an Unconventional View of Relationship
Trinity Successfully Launches its Hartford Homeownership Incentive Program
HIP Underscores College’s Commitment to Neighborhoods’ Economic Growth
Trinity’s Inaugural Giving Day Exceeds Expectations
$1.1 million raised as more than 1,500 donors participate
More Than 225 Awards Given to Students on 64th Annual Honors Day
Prizes cover a Broad Array of Scholarly, Athletic and Civic Achievements
MIT’s Bill Aulet Debunks Seven Myths about Entrepreneurship
Aulet’s Hartford Club Lecture sponsored by Bradley, Foster & Sargent
Eighth Annual Samba Fest to be May 3 at Hartford Riverfront
Trinity Students will join with Brazilian and Connecticut Artists
2014 Trinity Film Festival Highlighted by Noteworthy Judging Panel
Festival Receives Sponsorship from Regal Cinemas and Panavision
Alex Barker ’14 and Jake Shimmel ’14 Win $10,000 in Inaugural Trinity Entrepreneurship Competition
Classmates will Design Fantasy Football Mobile Application
Trinity College Summer Chamber Music Series: Novi Cantori, Choral music
Chapel Main Chapel
Plumb Memorial Carillon Concert: Vera Wunsche Brink, Salt Lake City, Utah
Exterior Space Long Walk Quad - North
Trinity College Summer Chamber Music Series: Julia Cash,violin; John Kramer, piano
Chapel Main Chapel
Plumb Memorial Carillon Concert: Carlo van Ulft, Centralia, Illinois
Exterior Space Long Walk Quad - North
Due to weather conditions, College administrative offices will open today, Friday February 14, at 10:30 AM. Classes and scheduled activities will continue to meet unless cancelled by the individual faculty members or the administrator in charge of the event. Essential service staff should report to work.
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