Emma Sternberg ’21 reflects on being a mentor for first-year students in the Humanities Gateway—the same program that helped her find her passion: “The skills and relationships I developed in the program have remained with me throughout my time at Trinity.”
The Trinity community showed its strong support for student-athletes during the third Trinity Athletic Giving (TAG) Week. This annual initiative focuses on connecting Trinity Athletics with its network of alumni, families, and friends through a fundraising competition. The results were nothing short of a victory for Bantam student-athletes.
The ‘Beyond the Summit’ podcast asks accomplished Trinity College alumni how they became who they are. In the latest episode of a season focusing on entrepreneurs, host and New York Times columnist Paul Sullivan ’95 interviews Danai Pointer ’07, the founder of Bergen Consulting Group and TruNude.
After conducting field research, a Trinity College professor and two students published a scientific paper that sheds light on how different threats impact river turtle populations. Based on research they conducted in Missouri in 2019, the paper can help to inform conservation strategies for river turtles.
Through two rounds of Early Decision applications, Trinity College has admitted 238 students for the Class of 2025. These students will join 31 previously admitted students who reaffirmed their commitment to Trinity after deferring their admission last year. The total number of enrolled students for the Class of 2025 stands at 269, before regular decision admissions later this spring.
Professor of Political Science Stefanie Chambers and Charles A. Dana Research Associate Professor of Political Science and Public Policy and Law Abigail Fisher Williamson recently were chosen to serve on the Welcoming Standard Content Advisory Board at Welcoming America, a national nonprofit organization.
As the chief of staff to Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont, Paul Mounds Jr. ’07 is helping to manage the state government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here, Mounds talks about his dedication to public service, his connections to Hartford, and why he’s proud to be a Bantam.