Performing Hartford is a new Community Learning course and virtual performance series meant to highlight the diversity of artistic practice in the city of Hartford with a special focus on BIPOC artists. This Thursday at 6:15 on Facebook Live, join the Performing Hartford students, Trinity Visiting Assistant Professor of Theater and Dance Rebecca Pappas and Jasmin Agosto '10 of Sageseeker Productions to welcome Hartford based choreographer and Assistant Professor of Dance at Hampshire College, Deb Goffe: https://www.facebook.com/events/367483367620986
Join us for Virtual Homecoming Weekend 2020, October 1-5. With a variety of virtual events throughout the weekend and Homecoming On-Demand available 24/7, you can experience Homecoming Weekend from anywhere in the world. This year, let Trinity College come home to you!
Trinity alumni, family, and friends stepped up to support students, faculty, and the college as a whole during an especially difficult year. Generous gifts contributed to the Student Emergency and Equity Fund, enabled Trinity to meet financial aid needs of students, and made the college’s first Giving Week a success.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Trinity College students from around the world have taken on remote summer internships in a variety of disciplines to further their academic interests and explore their possible career goals.
From Student to Staff Member
Meet several young alumni who have returned to Trinity as staff members and learn a bit more about them and their ties to the college.
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