As we ride the wave of the pandemic into another calendar year, please join our panelists for a discussion of Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s Love in the Time of Cholera, a novel chronicling a passion that spans decades and outlasts pandemics. Diana Aldrete (Hispanic Studies), Dario Euraque (History), and Sheila Fisher (English) speak about the novel from their own disciplinary perspectives as they link its themes to the concerns of our own historical moment.
An internship with Voice of America offered Zohra Moradi ’22, an international student from Afghanistan, a unique opportunity to dive into journalistic writing and to focus on some of the challenges faced by students in her home country as well as in as other countries. The VOA internship was hosted by Trinity alumna Amy Katz ’79, VOA’s senior executive producer.
In a perfect convergence of his Trinity College majors in neuroscience and German, Nic Zacharewski ’23 is spending his summer as a brain cancer research intern at a lab in Heidelberg, Germany, and writing about the experience in a blog.
A grant awarded to Trinity by the Council of Independent Colleges will be used to continue building and archiving the Watkinson Library’s “Hispanic Hartford” collection, or “Voces de la Migración: Hartford History Makers,” which includes oral histories and interviews with members of the Latinx community in Hartford.