As the spring 2019 semester came to a close, Trinity College recently honored students for outstanding achievements in their academic lives, their athletic pursuits, and their contributions to campus life.
Teams representing seven countries gathered at Trinity to compete in the college’s 26th International Fire Fighting Home Robot Contest, which advances robot technology and knowledge by using robotics as an educational tool.
In the fall of 1969, Alyson Adler became the first undergraduate woman to sign the Trinity College Matriculation book. That historic occasion signaled a sweeping evolution at Trinity and at so many other colleges that became coed in that era.
Trinity engineering alumna Shakira Ramos Crespo ’02 and Alison J. Draper, director of Trinity’s Science Center, recently co-authored a letter to the editor of The Hartford Courant to speak up for the benefits of studying STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) in a liberal arts environment such as Trinity’s.
For the past five years, members of the Trinity College squash teams have been participating in Capitol Squash, an after-school program in which kids from the Hartford community come to Trinity to learn about the sport from mentors, including the Bantams.
To celebrate the rich history of athletics excellence at Trinity College spanning more than 160 years, the college has established an Athletic Hall of Fame that will induct its inaugural class in the fall of 2019.
Trinity’s Crescent Center for Arts and Neuroscience (CCAN) and the donors whose contributions made the building possible were celebrated at an official dedication event at CCAN on Friday, October 19, 2018.
Community members of all backgrounds and beliefs participated in One Small Step, a national StoryCorps project that’s bringing together Americans with differing political views. Trinity is the first college to partner with StoryCorps on this initiative aimed at listening and finding common ground.