A bi-monthly campus newsletter

October 15, 2003

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In this Issue:
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WSJ: Trinity One of Top 50 Most Successful American ‘Feeder’ Colleges.
When the Wall Street Journal looked to see which colleges send the most students to elite grad schools, they were surprised to find that it’s not just the Ivies that are successful in getting grads into the nation’s most prestigious graduate programs.
   
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detail of Trinfo Cafe   Trinfo Apprentice Program Garners SBC Grant
Trinfo Café will be awarded a $10,000 grant from SBC Communications, in recognition of the Trinfo Computer Technician Apprentice Program, on Thursday, October 16, at 3:30 p.m.
, with Interim President Borden Painter and Hartford Mayor Eddie Perez, in attendance.
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Do Media Images Trigger Eating Disorders?
Claire Wiseman Study Shows Strong Relationship Between Body Dissatisfaction and Media Images    
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A Little Productive Outrage is an Excellent Thing
Trinity College will host the 16th Annual Conference on Hunger and Homelessness, “Building a Strong Community, Building a Stronger Country,” from October 31 through November 2.
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photo of student collecting samples  

Keeping Tabs on Environmental Impact of the New Wal-Mart
Students and faculty from the Methods of Environmental Science class, one of the core courses for the new environmental science major, have begun work on the South Park river site in Hartford.

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Running for Shelter
Trinity Staffer and Students Join Hartford Marathon To Benefit Habitat for Humanity
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Sports Highlights
Paul Assaiante Quoted in Forbes Magazine

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In the News
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TRINITY PEOPLE
  photo of Daneil Heischman

Daniel Heischman:
College Chaplain,
Accomplished Scholar

    

The Reverend Daniel Heischman has always been interested in the idea of being a college chaplain. “I had a very positive experience when I was a student at a small liberal arts college, and I’m excited about being part of the Trinity community.”

An accomplished teacher of religion and ethics, Reverend Heischman was head of the upper school at St. Albans in Washington, D.C. before coming to Trinity.  He has also taught at the Trinity School in New York City and the Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School in Rockville, Maryland.  In both 2000 and 2003 he was the recipient of the Presidential Scholars Teacher Recognition Award.

“In addition to the physical grandeur and appeal of the chapel, which attracted me tremendously, I have an appreciation for all the various dimensions that are present in the life of an educational community.” 

After graduating from the College of Wooster, Reverend Heischman earned master’s degrees from both Cambridge and Yale, and holds a doctorate in ministry from the Princeton Theological Seminary.  An avid runner, he enjoys music, travel, and knows his way around a kitchen. 

“I think that it’s important for a chaplain to be involved in the fullness of campus life, and that is something that I’m very much looking forward to here at Trinity.”

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