Together we will examine historical narratives, government documents, and cultural texts (films, literature, musicals) to understand how U.S. wars in the Asia/Pacific region have informed notions of race, indigeneity, gender, and empire both at home and abroad.
Faculty members and students conducting research in economics, mathematics, and political science and public policy and law are among those with projects involving different aspects of the COVID pandemic.
The Trinity organization H2OPE, founded by Ace McAlister ’20, completed its first well in June 2021 and looks forward to continuing to expand clean water access in rural Ethiopia and, eventually, throughout Africa.
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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