Are the "old rules" now outdated? Students returning home for the first time since going away to college want to continue to be “totally free,” and parents understandably feel some need to try to impose restrictions and expectations, says Randolph M. Lee ’66, Counseling and Wellness Center director.
Without obvious cues to indicate adolescent use of e-cigarettes, cannabis, and prescription opioids, healthcare providers’ consistent use of screening tools may be the most effective strategy, according to researchers at Trinity College, University of Rhode Island, and University of Missouri.
“I get to work with students who—like my first-year self—enjoy the freedom and diversity of creative writing,” Kate Whitman ’23 says of her role as a teaching assistant. “This opportunity allows me to pay back the guidance and help that was given to me by a TA when I was in the course.”
In the fall semester, each department or program is invited to nominate a senior who demonstrates outstanding achievement within their major, along with evidence of wide-ranging intellectual interests.
Edited by Trinity College professors, the new digital anthology Hidden Literacies explores texts by marginalized Americans—including Indigenous and enslaved people, prisoners, and young children—that have not traditionally been included in archives and educational curricula.