Francisco Goldman, Allan K. Smith Professor of English Language and Literature, has received accolades this spring for his semi-autobiographical novel, Monkey Boy, including having been named a 2022 Pulitzer Prize finalist.
More than 520 members of the Trinity College Class of 2022 received their degrees on May 22. “May your journey be long and purposeful, and may each of you leave an indelible mark on the sands of time,” Raja Changez Sultan ’72 said in his Commencement address.
Trinity’s Legislative Internship Program has proven to be a transformative experience for Jason Farrell Jr. ’23, who spent the spring 2022 semester working as an intern for Rep. Jason Rojas M’12 in the Connecticut General Assembly.
A Connecticut Public story by Jacqueline Rabe Thomas M’17 reports on work by students in Professor of Educational Studies Jack A. Dougherty’s “Cities, Suburbs & Schools” course who created graphics to illustrate the current state of Hartford school integration.
Within six months of graduating from Trinity, 97 percent of alumni from the Class of 2021 said they had achieved their goals of employment, graduate studies, volunteer service, and other fulfilling pursuits. Here, six alumni check in about where they are now and how Trinity helped them get there.
Trinity students in the Community Learning Research Fellows program partner each year with local organizations on research work that goes beyond the classroom. Jane Dunbar ’23 and Sulemaan Khalid ’23 worked with Hartford Land Bank, a non-profit that stewards the rehabilitation of vacant, abandoned, tax-delinquent, or distressed properties in the city.