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Spring 2010

Trinity Reporter Spring 2010
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80% of readers prefer the paper version, 1/3 spend 45 minutes to an hour reading the ReporterReporter readers respond

In December, 2009, the Office of Communications conducted an e-mail survey on various aspects of the Trinity Reporter. Our thanks to the more than 600 people who participated. Your feedback affected the current issue and will influence our approach to future Reporters.

And please don’t wait for the next reader survey to give us your thoughts about the Reporter. Your comments are always welcome at drew.sanborn@trincoll.edu.

A few results from the survey are included here.

“I am sure that there is great sentiment to move on-line only. I would highly discourage that. There is something very powerful about physically receiving the magazine as opposed to yet another e-mail or link...”

Is it hot in here?
Fourth annual samba fest

Sambafest

 

 

 

 

 

Both crowd and performers fused into one big, celebratory happening at the Koeppel Community Sports Center on Saturday, May 8, at the Third Annual Trinity College Samba Fest.

Left, the Trinity Samba Ensemble accompanies José Paulo, a singer from Rio de Janeiro. The ensemble, open to music and non-music majors alike, teaches students Brazilian culture through its music and rhythms. In the words of Associate Professor of Music Eric Galm, its director, the ensemble aims for a “transference of positive energy.” Thus inspired, the students are encouraged to apply the same principles to other academic work. “Communal experiences like this,” says Galm, “[can] have a dramatic effect on the quality of education.”

Other festival performers included Berimbrown, an Afro-fusion band, Tierra Mestiza, and Ginga Brasileira.

 

 

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