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Winter 2008

Along the Walk 
Campus News · Books · From the Archives
A Wonder to Behold Here
An interview with Allison Read, the new Trinity College Chaplain.
Puedo Hablar? May I Speak?
Three Class of 2006 alums take the question to the streets of Venezuela.
The Cornerstone Campaign for Trinity
The College's largest philanthropic effort...
Faculty Profile
Jack Chatfield, Associate Professor of History
"I Chose to Succeed"
Katherine Perez '93 M'03 is the first police chief of Bowie, MD.
Bantams on the Bench
Two Trinity alumni/ae and one faculty member serve on Connecticut's Supreme Court.
Campus Climate
Presidential council created to increase tolerance and diversity.

 

  2007  

Fall 2007

Along the Walk 
Campus News · Books · From the Archives
Cambodia in Context
Trinity students experience this complex and changing country first-hand.
Off to college, 21st-century style Randolph M. Lee '66, Ph.D., director of the Counseling Center and Associate Professor of Psychology 
Faculty Profile
Beth Notar, Associate Professor of Anthropology
Belief and effort
Leonard E. Greenberg '48 reflects in his extensive association with Trinity College.
Hartford via Shanghai
An interview with Dr. Xiangming Chen, dean and director of the new Center for Urban and Global Studies.
Faculty Profile: Sonia Cardenas, Director, Trinity

Speak Out 
In which we ask a member of the Trinity community to speak out on important issues of the day. You are invited to respond with your opinions.
Our Alumni in Iraq and Afghanistan First-person accounts by Trinity graduates.

 

Spring 2007

Along the walk
Campus News · Books · From the Archives
Breathing Easy:
With the Asthma Project, Trinity students help Hartford school kids manage their condition.
Faculty profile:
Drew Hyland, Charles A. Dana Professor of Philosophy, asks students to examine their lives through the clarifying lens of athletics.
Student profile:
Neuroscience major Abigail Garrity '07 presents her research in national forums.
Hartford Alliance:
The Alliance for Academic Achievement Program is a partnership between The Hartford; the public high schools in Hartford; and the University of Connecticut, Trinity College, and Howard University.
Faculty profile:
Professor Samuel Kassow reflects on his work as a consultant to the Museum of the History of Polish Jews.
Bringing light to a Nepal village:
Davis Project for Peace award enables three Trinity students to promote global peace.
Speak out:
In which we ask a member of the Trinity community to speak out on important issues of the day. You are invited to respond with your opinions.
Where are they now?
Charles S. Nutt Professor of Fine Arts Emeritus George Chaplin

 

Winter 2007

Along the walk 
Campus News · Books · From the Archives
Echoes of books still loved  Trinity President James F. Jones, Jr., just returned from a trek in Nepal, reflects on the importance of his youthful reading.
Alumnus profile: As director of the Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict, Julia Freedson '95 works for the survival and recovery of children all over the world who are caught in the crossfire of political conflict.
Faculty profile: An interview with Assistant Professor of Engineering J. Harry Blaise '94, whose research in the new field of biomedical engineering seeks to discover how the brain takes in, stores, and retrieves information.
Preparing global citizens for an urban world  A new approach to liberal arts education builds on Trinity's successes in urban and global studies.
Trinity in the news
Speakout In which we ask a member of the Trinity community to speak out on important issues of the day. You are invited to respond with your opinions, which will be published in the next issue of the Reporter.

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  2006  

Fall 2006

Connecting the College to the World
An interview with Rena Fraden, newly appointed dean of the faculty, vice president for academic affairs, and the G. Keith Funston Professor of English and American Studies
Alumnus Profile
Dr. D. Holmes Morton II, a 1979 graduate of Trinity's Individualized Degree Program, has brought new hope to Amish and Mennonite children with genetic disorders
Restoration and Renovation
Trinity's Historic Long Walk buildings undergo extensive repair
Paris Program immerses students in French culture
Interview
Shirin Ebadi, Iranian human rights activist
Along the Walk
Campus News · Books · From the Archive

Online only articles

"This Was All We Knew": A Remembrance of the Eisenhower years
Two Ambitious Goals, One Common Cause
Reflections on September 11, 2001
Archival
Books and Other Media
Letters to the Editor

Spring 2006

Of what are minds made?
On the border where brain science and philosophy converge.

Listening to Homer

Pragmatic enthusiast
The first director of the Connecticut Office of Insurance and Financial Services works to keep Hartford the insurance capital of the world.

artwork: Clare Rossini

The Francis Kimball Long Walk Drawings: A Valuable Historic Resource

Along the Walk
Campus News · Books · From the Archive
 

Winter 2006

A conversation with Early Reese, vice president for finance and treasurer

Faculty Profile
Diana Evans

Trinity's Quest Leadership Program

Student Profile
Narin  Prum '06 reflects on his rise to president of Trinity's SGA

Along the Walk (PDF 950KB)
Campus News · Books · From the Archives

  2005  
    Winter 2005

James F. Jones, Jr., Inaugurated as Trinity College President
 
Destination Trinidad!
Academic work and internships give Trinity students new insights into island culture.
  
Faculty Profile
When religion and politics mix: A Trinity researcher keeps tabs on the latest trends
  
Student Profile
Making time to serve others: Maria Taverna '05

Alumnus Profile
ice vision
Bryant McBride '88

Special Supplement:
Shoot the Messenger
Jeffry Walker, Director of Performing Arts Programming and Promotion, Austin Arts Center

 

  2004  

Fall 2004

The ’60s on film
The Panthers, poverty, and the peace movement
 
Making the Exotic Familiar
Patricia Thornton, associate professor of political science.
  
Parents and schools as partners
Karen Mapp ’77 urges families to get involved in public education
  
Out to Change the World
Isaac Goldstein ’05
SGA president studies politics close up

 
Along the Walk (PDF 456KB)
Campus News · Books · From the Archives
From the President ·

Special Supplement:
Embodiment of prayer, alignments of healing
Clay Kanzler ’79

 

Spring 2004

President-elect James F. Jones, Jr.
The College's 21st president on the role of alumni and parents, the endowment, the city of Hartford, and much more
 
Trinity in Santiago
A personal experience with international human rights
  
Behind what's visible
Philosophy professor Dan Lloyd creates a novel way to understand consciousness
  
Las Vegas in a liberal arts context
James J. Murren, '83, President and Chief Financial Officer of MGM MIRAGE
 
Along the Walk (PDF 456KB)
Campus News · Books · From the Archives
From the President ·

Special Supplement:
Music and the wind first led me to words and poems
Hugh Ogden, professor of English

Winter 2004

Bricks & Clicks
The evolution of the Raether Library and Information Technology Center

 
Dr. David Dershaw
A Doctor's prescription for hope
  
Alice Barnes '04
A global perspective on local involvement
  
Allison Draper
Director of the Interdisciplinary Science Program
 
Along the Walk (PDF 456KB)
Campus News · Books · From the Archives
From the President ·

Special Supplement:
Watching the light blaze, fade, and blaze again
Joe Byrne, associate professor of fine arts
 

 

2003

 
Fall 2003

Professor Borden Painter chosen as interim president
  
How Trinity came to dominate the national squash championships
 

Professor William Mace and the world of ecological psychology

Allison Zanno '04
Medic in the making

Special Supplement:

Dance: An Investigation of the Human Spirit
Lesley Farlow, Assistant Professor of Theater and Dance

Spring 2003

With the help of major funders, Trinity reaches out to its neighbors
 
The BEACON Consortium
  
An interview with James Trostle, Director of Urban Initiatives
  
Nhon Trinh '04
Miran Song '87—High-Desert Doctor
 
Special Supplements:
 
Shaws's Major Barbara gets first-ever musical treatment
 
Composing for here and now
The music of Douglas Johnson
Winter 2003

Richard H. Hersh Inaugurated as Trinity's 19th President
 
Curricular Review
 
Eva Bunnell,  IDP '06
 
Digging Meg Watters
 
The Class of 1963 Scholarship Fund

Special Supplement:
 
A Trinidad Portfolio
The photographs of Pablo Delano

 

  2002  
Fall 2002
 
The Curricular Review Committee  in quest for academic excellence
 
Ellen Burchenal '78
 
Margo Perkins
 
Ryan Bak '03

Special Supplement:
Undermining the machine

 

Spring 2002

An Interview with Trinity's 19th President
 
Trinity Scientists and City Kids Team Up to Study the Connecticut River
 
Robin Pippin '70
 
Zachs Hillel House
 

Hebe Guardiola-Diaz
 

Descatur Potier '03
Winter 2002

Henry Melville Fuller '38:"Setting a High Standard of Achievement"
 
Trinity's Scientific Freedom & Responsibility Co-Curricular Initiative
 
The Trinity College Field Station at Church Farm
 
Trinity's Urban Learning Initiative
 
The Right Business at the Right Time: Class of '76
 
Dutch Barhydt '81 Named Director of Alumni Relations

  2001  
Fall 2001
 
Why the Residential Liberal Arts College is Still a Good Idea
 
Preparing Students for the Next Step
 
Mastering the Master Organ
  

Two Faculty Members Listen Closely to Music From Trinity's Neighborhood
 
Dancing with a Social Conscience
 
Confronting Their Darkness with Dance - dónde éstas?"
 
Faculty Forum -- The Beatles
 
Trinity's Physics All-Stars
   
Teaching Excellence:
  • Miguel Ramirez
  • Barbara Walden

Dig We Must

 

Spring 2001

Hands-on Science -- State of the Art Lab Equipment Gives Trinity Students a Competitive Edge
 
Shrinking World, Growing Cities -- Trinity's Mega-Cities Program
 
Karen Kukil '77 -- The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath
 
Russian Studies at Trinity College
  
Writers in Exile -- The Insights of Outsiders
 
Trinity and Its Neighbors Working Together -- The W.K. Kellogg Foundation
  

Educational Studies -- Learning about learning
 
Barbara Benedict -- Bringing Out Nuances in Literature and the Best in Her Students

Pioneer of Transcontinental Mail Service: James P. Murray '15
 

Dori Katz
 

Matt Hitzhusen '01

 

Winter 2001

Residential Life Reaches New Heights with 'The Summit'

Research vs. Teaching

Ensuring That All Students Succeed: Retention Consortium Held at Trinity

WWW.alum.WOW: Trinity's Dot-Com Entrepreneurs

Collins Takes Home Bronze Medal

Becoming Comfortable with the Unfamiliar: A Conversation with Karla-Spurlock Evans, Dean of Multicultural Affairs and Director of Affirmative Action

The Learning Corridor Opens for Learning

Dirk Kuyk, Jr.: Promoting a Deep and Subtle Expression of Ideas

Lori G. Waite: Promoting Knowledge that Changes Consciousness

Frank G. Kirkpatrick '64 on Capital Punishment

Jamal Lacy '01

Dan Berman '01

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