Spring 2013 Blue & Gold Banner
Ensuring Opportunities for promising local scholars, Luce Foundation grant, alumni and students connecting around common interests, and more.
Trinity Women Network in NYC
The Women’s Leadership Council hosted a networking event and panel discussion in New York City on “Education, Science, Law, and Design.” View photos
Ice Hockey Alumni Gather on Campus
About 30 former members of the men's ice hockey team returned to campus January 19, 2013. View photos
Bank of America Visits Dream Camp
Trinity’s Dream Camp provides tuition-free summer and after-school activities to approximately 250 Hartford children each year. See photos from a recent visit by Dream Camp supporter Bank of America Foundation. View photos
Jones-Zimmermann Academic Mentoring
The Jones-Zimmermann Academic Mentoring Program, known as JZ-AMP, recruits and trains Trinity students to mentor sixth grade students at Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy. View photos.
Women's Squash Team Hosts Alumnae
On January 5, many former Women's Squash Team alumnae returned to campus and enjoyed playing matches with current team members.
Blue & Gold Banner—Our First Issue
New Gates Quad, Family Weekend, Scholar News, Improved Webcast Quality, Art—Up Close and Personal, Sold-Out Crowds for Rent, and more.
Trinity Receives $400,000 Luce Grant Award
The Henry Luce Foundation has approved a four-year implementation grant of $400,000 to Trinity through its Luce Initiative on Asian Studies and the Environment (LIASE). Read more
Mark Setterfield Delivers Maloney Lecture
Mark Setterfield, Maloney Family Distinguished Professor of Economics at Trinity College, delivered his inaugural lecture December 3 to an appreciative Trinity audience. Read more
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Trinity Dedicates Gates Quadrangle
Trinity recently celebrated the dedication of the Gates Quadrangle (previously Mather Quad), renamed in recognition of the lead gift for the project from Weezie and John Gates, Jr. '79, P'13. Read more
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Bill Knapp is New Director of Annual Giving
Bill Knapp joined the College in November from Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Conn., where he was annual fund director. He brings a combination of data expertise and experience building relationships with leadership annual donors.