A bi-monthly campus newsletter

November 17, 2003

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Clare Rossini Chosen as Connecticut Poetry Circuit Poet
Clare Rossini, visiting assistant professor of English, has been selected as the 2003-04 Connecticut Poetry Circuit Poet. In that role, she is “doing the circuit" by giving a series of readings at educational institutions across the state.
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Puerto Rican Poster Exhibit on Campus
Thirty silk-screen posters from Puerto Rico, selected from the personal collection of Jack and Irene Delano, are on display at the Widener Gallery.
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United Way Campaign Off to Fast Start 
Within the first three days of the annual Trinity College United Way-Community Works campaign, the group had already raised close to $3,000, representing nearly ten percent of the $30,500 goal.
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Teachers College Record Publishes Essay by Jack Dougherty and Dana Banks '03
The Teachers College Record has published a review essay co-authored by Trinity Assistant Professor of Educational Studies Jack Dougherty and Trinity graduate Dana Banks '03.
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Trinity Swimming Coach Recognized for Selflessness
Swimming and Diving Coach Kristen Noone has been named a 2003 Saint Francis Woman of Character.
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David Norris Leads in Blood Drive Donations at Trinity
Campus Safety Officer David Norris was one of 61 people who donated blood during the highly successful October 28 Trinity College Red Cross Blood Drive sponsored Psi Upsilon.
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Sports Spotlight
Trinity College men’s basketball coach Stan Ogrodnik was recently inducted into the New England Basketball Hall of Fame.
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In the News
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Photo from Veterans Day ceremony

Campus Safety Officers David Torres (left) and Jeff Labrecque place a wreath at the base of the flagpole during a Veterans Day ceremony on the main quad as President Borden Painter looks on.

 
TRINITY PEOPLE
  photo of Chuck Priore

Chuck Priore:
Head Football Coach,
Teacher

After leading the Trinity football team to a perfect 8-0 season, some people might think that Coach Priore would take some well-deserved time off to relax. After all, the Bantams hadn’t gone undefeated in a decade. Instead, he went right back to work.   

During his four years at the helm, Priore has guided the team to an impressive 23-9 record – including a 15-1 record the last two seasons. Last year Trinity shared the New England Small College Athletic Conference Championship with Williams; this year, the Bantams won it outright. They finished the season ranked third in the country among Division III schools and first in overall defense. Priore credits much of the team’s success to recruiting and preparation. “I’m really proud of our kids,” he says. “We had a lot of things go right for us this year, but that doesn’t change how hard the guys worked. Their dedication put us in a position to win.”

Before coming to Trinity, Priore served as the offensive line coach and offensive coordinator at the University of Pennsylvania. He has also coached at Union College and SUNY-Albany. In addition to football, Priore was the head lacrosse coach at both Union and Albany. A graduate of SUNY-Albany, where he was a three-year starter at fullback, he went on to earn a master’s degree in business education there in 1985. 

When he’s not busy figuring out how to keep the Bantams on the right track, Coach Priore enjoys running, working out, and spending time with his family. He and his wife, Lauren, have two children, Christopher and Cara.

“Success breeds success,” Priore says. “Trinity’s reputation as an outstanding academic institution allows us to recruit good students who are also good football players. Our student-athletes work hard in the classroom and on the field. The College gives us the resources to be successful, and we take it from there.”    

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