Trinity's faculty and staff monthly e-newsletter

 

March 2006

 
In this Issue  
previous issues
 

Trinity Begins Accreditation Process
President Jones has appointed a steering committee to oversee preparations as the College gets set to undergo a reaccreditation evaluation ... read more


  Forum Examines Latino Secularism
A host of questions and related issues were addressed by a panel of scholars during a March 7 colloquium presented by the Trinity-affiliated Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society and Culture (ISSSC). ... read more

Bantam Teams Tour CSC Construction Site
With their seasons behind them, members of the men’s and women’s ice hockey teams recently found time for a short tour of the CSC construction site. ... read more


  Campus Honors Female Role Models
This event offered the opportunity for students to read their 300-word essays honoring female professors “who have inspired, challenged, and helped them become better scholars and people.” ... read more

Campus Coalition Seeks Divestment from Darfur
A group of Trinity students has contacted nearly every faculty and staff member on campus and asked them to take part in an effort to encourage TIAA-CREF, the nation’s largest private pension fund, to divest from several international corporations that do business in Sudan ... read more


Communications Office Launches Web Site
The site provides official College policies, guidelines, and style guides, as well as instructions and contact information.
... read more


 

Sports Highlights

Senior forward Tyler Rhoten has been named the 2006 NESCAC Men’s Basketball Player of the Year and a member of the D3Hoops.com Northeast All-Region First Team. ... read more


In the News
... click here for recent media coverage of Trinity College.


Milestones
Recognizing members of the campus community for their years of service to Trinity ... click here


Did you know?
On Saturday, March 8, 1986, the men’s basketball and hockey teams both won East Coast Athletic Conference Division III championships—making it one of the most extraordinary days in Trinity sports history. Ranked number one going into the playoffs, the basketball team defeated Southern Maine 52-50, wrapping up a 22-4 season and giving Coach Stan Ogrodnik his third straight championship in addition to his 100th career win. On the ice, the Bantams trounced Curry College, 5-1, finishing the season with a 22-5 record and giving Coach John Dunham his first championship.

In a sure sign that spring can’t be far off, groundskeeper Ramon Calderone paints a line on one of the athletic fields near Broad Street.
  

 

 
The Global State of the Death Penalty
The First Annual Fred Pfeil Memorial Lecture delivered by
Victor Streib, the Ella and Ernest Fisher
Professor of Law at Ohio Northern University

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For a full video version of this lecture, click the
link below that offers the appropriate format.

3 Questions for ...    
Wendy Davis,
Women's Basketball Coach

Stan Ogrodnik,

Men's Basketball Coach
 


 

 

 

  1. What skills do your players take from the basketball court into the classroom?

  2. Why is college basketball in general, and the NCAA tournament in particular, so popular?

  3. What is your greatest memory as a coach or player?
       
    read their answers ...


 

What they’re reading…

Sheila Fisher,
Associate Professor of English

I have just finished reading a wonderful memoir, Unveiling the Prophet: The Misadventures of a Reluctant Debutante, by our very own writer-in-residence and acting director of the Creative Writing Program, Lucy Ferriss.   ... read more

 


Campus Survey: As new housing options become available in Hartford, would you consider moving to the city?
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