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Here or To Go? Trinity Introduces Reusable Takeout Containers

As part of the Sustainability Action Plan, Trinity College introduced a new system of reusable takeout containers at its central dining location. If successful, the program may expand to other campus eateries such as The Cave and The Bistro.

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The Strength of J-Term: ‘You Do Things You Could Never Do during the Semester’

Trinity students enrolled in January Term courses this winter engaged in diverse topics in computer labs, in the outdoors, and even in a galaxy far, far away. J-Term courses appealed to a broad range of interests, and allowed for an intensity of focus not often possible during a busy semester.

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Nobel Committee Honors Trinity College Student for Essay

Ashira Biswas ‘24 attended the December Nobel Peace Prize ceremony where the award was conferred to Ales Bialiatski, pro-democracy activist from Belarus, and two human rights organizations, and Biswas was celebrated for her own achievement.

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Study: Extra Help in Community College Pays Off with Degree and Wages

Students earn their degrees more quickly and earn more afterward when given assistance on college-level courses instead of being routed into remedial courses, according to a new study led by Daniel J. Douglas, Trinity’s director of social science research and lecturer in sociology.

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Trinity Student Publishes High School Lesson Plan about Zoning Policy

A lesson plan designed by urban studies major Victoria Asfalg ’23 will help Connecticut educators teach high school students about the history and impacts of zoning policy. The plan was published by Teach It, a Connecticut Humanities program that provides the state’s teachers with instructional resources focusing on local history.

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Trinity and Partners Clear Path for Refugees

Trinity College partnered with seven peer institutions to create a pathway to U.S. higher education for students displaced by war and crises. The Global Student Haven Initiative was launched in response to the war in Ukraine and the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan.