Together or apart, a flock is still a flock.

Today, with the rapid change occurring across America, we seem to be realizing what Martin Luther King Jr. referred to as a “fierce urgency of now.” Our collective hope should be that this period in our history signals real and lasting change. We are passionately challenging systems of oppression that have allowed systemic racism to endure despite the bold promises on which this country was founded. These same systems have endured at institutions across the country and here at Trinity. So how will we take action? We are being handed an opportunity to create the community we wish to be.

President Berger-Sweeney, July 1 Letter to the Community

Read more from President Berger-Sweeney’s “Message and Hope and a Call to Action” here.

You are raising your voices, too.



Check out Un/comforts, a 3-D digital exhibit, co-curated by Max Fertik '19 and includes artwork both by him and Alison Cofrancesco '20.

Join the Bantam Career Network (BCN)

Connect with young alumni and current students and help them explore their career paths on the BCN.

Things to Do

Trinity College students have captured their various experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic in creative ways that allow them to express their complicated feelings. Check it out here.

Randy Lee ’66 and his team at the Counseling Center have compiled a mix of resources on their website.

Take advantage of free online courses taught by Trinity faculty: EdEx

Try the Trinity College Activity Book. It’s a few pages that include Trinity-themed word games, coloring pages, and trivia, which can be fun for you or your kids. Tag us on social media @TrinAlum to share your artwork!

Missing your Bantam sports? Check out Conversations from the Coop, a podcast from Trinity College athletics.

Help the Hartford Community, even while you’re social distancing. Volunteer remotely through CHER.

Listen to Christopher Houlihan ’09 and the Chapel Singers perform ’Neath the Elms for Baccalaureate 2020.

Show Your Pride

Show off your Trinity spirit in your next conference call with these Trinity College-themed Zoom backgrounds.

Relive the Moment

Trinity is known for our exceptional athletics programs and our competitive spirit. Now is a great time to revisit some of our athletic triumphs, like this real of highlights from the 2012 women’s lacrosse national championships.  Enjoy reliving the victory, and be sure to check in periodically for different championship videos.

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Unity in Uncertain Times

The Trinity spirit knows no boundaries; it never has. Together or apart, a flock is still a flock.