To kick off the 15th Trinity International Hip Hop Festival on Friday, April 9, Daniela Gomes, the Patricia C. and Charles H. McGill III ’63 Visiting Assistant Professor of International Studies at Trinity College, will present a lecture discussing hip hop’s role in helping her overcome racial and gender barriers in her journey to a career of scholarship and activism.
Trinity College senior Alisa Levin ’21 has been selected to receive a 2021 National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship (GRF), which will fund three years of her studies and research work in graduate school. She plans to begin a Ph.D. program in computer science in the fall.
Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Bridget Mary McCormack ’88 H’13 recently joined Trinity College President Joanne Berger-Sweeney for a Virtual Long Walk conversation about her journey from Hartford to the bench of Michigan’s highest court.
After starting her Trinity career in Costa Rica and adapting to learning during COVID-19, Kelsey Brown ’23 reflects on her unconventional journey and why a “normal” college experience may be overrated—if it exists at all: “Nothing about the college experience is normal to me, but that’s what makes it so exciting.”
Faculty members are responding to the global climate crisis by offering new courses that address climate change through various academic disciplines. “It’s a problem that affects every single person on this planet—not just environmental science majors,” said Professor of Physics and Environmental Science Christoph Geiss.
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.