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Alumni posted by Andrew J. Concatelli

Q&A with Trinity Counseling and Wellness Center Director Haben Abraham ’10

After growing up in Hartford and earning a bachelor’s degree at Trinity College, Haben Abraham ’10, LCSW, has returned to campus as the director of the Trinity Counseling and Wellness Center. “In coming back to Trinity and serving in this capacity, I’d like to help students build their own wellness practice,” Abraham said.

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Academics posted by Kristen Cole

Photo Gallery: Long Night of Procrastination

Thursday, December 14, on the eve of final exams, students gathered at the Raether Library and Information Technology Center to pursue activities other than studying.

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Announcement posted

Trinity College Forum to Foster Dialogue

Both nationally and on campus, student activism continues to focus on the events unfolding in the Middle East. Two Dartmouth College faculty will join the Trinity College community virtually next week to share strategies for maintaining dialogue among those with differing viewpoints.

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Alumni posted by Andrew J. Concatelli

Ceremonial Gift from Trinity Alumnus Will Debut at Bicentennial Lessons and Carols

A new silver-topped staff donated to the Trinity College Chapel will usher in the annual Christmas Festival of Lessons and Carols this year. Alumnus Brendan W. Clark ’21 commissioned the ornate verge, which is similar to a mace in appearance and function, to commemorate the College’s Bicentennial and out of fondness for the Chapel.

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Hartford posted by Vy Duong ’26

Trinity Students Hear from Documentary Filmmaker Ken Burns at Connecticut Forum

A group of Trinity College students recently attended a Connecticut Forum discussion with documentary filmmaker Ken Burns. “I was motivated to learn more about documentaries, knowing from Burns that they are no less creative than scripted films,” writes Vy Duong ’26, a double-major in political science and film studies.

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Student Life posted by Kristen Cole

Trinity College Opens Food Pantry

Located on lower level of Mather Hall, the resource reflects a growing recognition of food insecurity on college campuses. The number of food pantries at schools nationwide has swelled from 80 to around 800 in the last decade, according to Diverse Issues in Higher Education.