Three prominent members of the media addressed the challenges of modern journalism during the Connecticut Forum discussion, “Misinformation and Finding the Truth: Reckoning with Today’s Media Landscape,” which was attended by members of the Trinity College community.
In this Q&A with Trinity International Hip Hop Festival co-lead organizers Adyanna Odom ’23 and Tanzanikia Taylor ’23, learn all about this year's festival and about hip hop's impact on their lives. Held on the Trinity campus from March 30 to April 1, 2023, the festival is free and open to the public.
A half a world away from the urban landscape of Hartford, Joshua Jacoves ’23 spent the fall 2022 semester in the mountains, jungles, and farms of Nepal, learning the Tibetan language and studying elephant tourism.
Paul Winter and his group have performed concerts around the world, from New York’s Carnegie Hall to the Miho Museum in Japan. On March 11, the ensemble filled the Chapel with world music, accompanied by members of the Trinity College community.
Trinity College recently hosted the first Summit Innovation Challenge to promote entrepreneurship on campus through a “Shark Tank”-like competition that featured students pitching their inventions. Trisha Mohan ’26 won first place with her invention, the CandleCover, and Jade Mellitz ’26 won second place with Sandy Soles.
A full schedule of Black History Month events at Trinity College included a visit from keynote speaker Da’Shaun Harrison, a Black trans theorist and storyteller. “Protect the Culture: All Black Errthang” served as the theme for this year’s Black History Month programming, encompassing diverse aspects of Black history and culture for the Trinity community to explore.
Former President Jimmy Carter gave the commencement address to the Trinity College Class of 1998, promising the seniors he would "be brief" in offering them three things to remember. He gave them four. As Carter spends his final days in hospice care, the Trinity community remembers.