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Record-breaking year for Trinity annual giving
For the first time in Trinity’s 183-year history, more than 55 percent of alumni and parents contributed gifts to The Trinity Fund, ranking Trinity’s annual giving among the top 10 in the country.

NSF awards College $308K for new spectrometer
Thanks to a generous grant from the National Science Foundation, the Chemistry Department will soon have a new addition for faculty and student research: a 400 MHz nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometer.

Professor Vijay Prashad appointed as Kellner Chair of South Asian History
Professor of International Studies Vijay Prashad has been appointed the George and Martha Kellner Chair of South Asian History, which was established in 1995 with a gift from George ’64 and Martha Kellner.

Read more about the College’s recent publicity at Trinity in the News.

 
 

Professor Susan Pennybacker gives inaugural lecture for endowed professorship
On September 28, 2006, Susan Pennybacker, Borden W. Painter, Jr. ’58, H’95 Associate Professor of European History, delivered a lecture entitled “From Scottsboro to Munich: race and political culture in 1930s London.”

Amnesty International director comes to campus
Kicking off another year of thought-provoking lectures, the 2006-2007 International Human Rights Lecture Series welcomed Larry Cox to speak on “The Global Impact of the ‘War on Terror’ on Human Rights.”

Trinity hosts International Conference on Exiles
The American Society for Exile Studies held its annual conference at Trinity in September. The conference was entitled “Exile and Travel: Exploring Displacement, Crossing Boundaries, and the Traveler/Stranger in German Exile Arts and Writings 1933–1945.”

“You're the Top”: Illustrated Sheet Music of American Popular Songs from World War I to the 1940s
T
he Watkinson Library is currently exhibiting its extensive collection of illustrated sheet music, focusing on eight composers whose songs were widely enjoyed during the period from World War I to the 1940s and whose popularity continues.

For upcoming lectures and events on campus, check out the
Calendar of Events.

 

 

D. Holmes Morton ’79 named MacArthur Fellow for important contributions to medicine
Morton, who graduated with a B.S. degree from the Individualized Degree Program (IDP) in 1979, is best known for establishing the not-for-profit Clinic for Special Children, which focuses on genetic diseases concentrated in Amish and Mennonite communities. Read more about Holmes Morton in the upcoming fall issue of the Reporter.

Jocelyn Jones Pickford ’99 selected as White House Fellow
In recognition of her outstanding professional achievements, leadership skills, and commitment to public service, Pickford was selected into the White House Fellowship Program, one of the most prestigious programs of its kind. Read more about Jocelyn Jones Pickford  in the Class Notes section of the upcoming fall Reporter.

Read more about alumni news and events.

 

 

Rowing earns ECAC Turfer Award
Both the men’s and women’s rowing programs were recently selected as 2006 recipients of the ECAC Turfer Award. The distinction is reserved for outstanding collegiate rowing programs among the 240+ ECAC schools in Division I, II, and III.

Longley wins NESCAC Championship Golf Title
First-year student Reid Longley captured medalist honors shooting rounds of 75 and 72 as he led the Bantams to a first-place tie with Middlebury College at Brunswick Golf Club on October 1.

Trinity Football Tops Middlebury For Fourth Straight Win

First-year head coach Jeff Devanney ’93 led the Bantams to their fourth consecutive win of the season on October 28 against Middlebury, improving the Bantams record to 5-1. Trinity football is currently ranked No. 4 in New England, and the team boasts a 22-game winning streak at home, as well as 35 wins out of 36 games. Until being defeated by Williams on October 1, the Bantams held the nation’s longest winning streak at 31 consecutive victories—a NESCAC record.

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In the 2006 race for Connecticut’s U.S. Senate seat, whom would you choose?
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At this year’s Convocation, the Class of 2010, the largest in the College's history, processed through the arches to the Quad, where they were warmly welcomed into the Trinity community.
 

Did you know?
As the Major League baseball season draws to a close, did you know that Moe Drabowsky ’57, an ace Trinity pitcher under Coach Dan Jessee, signed with the Chicago Cubs at the end of his junior year, and that upon returning to campus in September 1956 for the fall semester, had compiled a 2-4 record in nine games? In the 1966 World Series, Drabowsky, then with the Orioles, set his team on a winning path, striking out a record 11 men as a reliever in the first game against the Dodgers.

Moe Drabowsky passed away earlier this year. For his complete obituary, please see the upcoming fall issue of the Reporter.
 


 
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