Final Day of Add/Drop and Designation of Pass/Low and Pass/Fail Grading Basis

Check-in and Add/Drop Instructions—Spring 2019

“Dostoevsky” LACS-252/RUSS-357 MW 2:40-3:55, taught by Katherine Lahti
Want a new way to see the world? Take Dostoevsky and it will never again be the same. Your life will change! More information​

Music Performance Classes for Credit

Seats available in three exciting courses in the Department of Theater and Dance:
  • ​THDN 209-42 Approaches to Partnering
T/R 9:25-10:40 AM TC-152. Taught by Prof. Peter Kyle. This is an exciting studio-based course in physical partnering. Students will investigate a variety of approaches to moving in coordination with another person or persons. Our ultimate goal will be greater capacity for safe, elegant, creative and dynamic partnering achieved by defining and extending the self with others. Open to all students, dancers, athletes and movers, regardless of experience.
  • THDN-229-01 Jazz Dance Technique II  0.50 credit
WF 10:00-11:15 AM / TC-155. Taught by Prof. Lisa Matias. Designed for intermediate-level dancers with previous training in modern, jazz, lyrical, or ballet. This course​ deepens the dancer’s understanding of the principles of jazz dance, with an emphasis on rhythmic complexity and performative style. Fulfills 0.50 credit of Arts Requirement.
  • THDN-272-01 Arts in Education  1.25 credits
MW 1:00-2:30 PM / TC-156. Taught by Prof. Rebecca Pappas. Cross-referenced with CLIC, EDUC. This community learning course will expose students across disciplines to the ways arts are taught in classroom and studio environments. Using the Greater Harford Academy for the Arts as our laboratory environment, students will be exposed to how arts both enrich traditional instruction, and can promote empowerment and equity for a wide variety of pupils.

Seats Available: PBPL 331 Immigration and Integration Policy
This course counts to for the Public Policy & Law and Political Science majors. The course examines popular and scholarly debates over immigration and immigrant adaptation and analyzes the efficacy of U.S. policies aimed at managing this process. Note: The course is open to all students despite the listed prerequisites. Please contact Professor Williamson to register. This course also counts as a Political Science sophomore/junior seminar. In PBPL, it counts toward the institutions of government and cross-cultural policy requirements, as well as to the urban and international/human rights concentrations.

New Course: LACS 289-01/RUSS 289-01, Anna Karenina
Intensive exploration of Tolstoy’s literary masterpiece, which probes the tensions between romantic love, family life, and individual pursuits.

LACS 288-01/RUSS 2898, Who Am I and Where am I Going?
Personal identity explored through fiction, philosophy, psychology, and religion.​


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TC Health and Wellness

Health and Wellness
Learn more about health and wellness workshops, programs, and benefits for staff and faculty. Register​ for new programs​

Position Openings


Apply to be a Orientation Leader and Orientation Chairperson
The Office of Student Activities, Involvement & Leadership is looking for fantastic students​ to join the New Student Orientation team in welcoming the Class of 2023 to campus next fall! The Orientation Chair and Orientation Leader positions are great opportunities for leadership on campus and are paid positions. We hope you'll consider joining us! Those interested in applying can do so at the following link:​



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Jan. 19 | Connecticut Women’s March and Rally

Transportation to the Women’s March Hartford at the Connecticut State Capitol is available from campus. Email by Thursday, January 16, at 5:00 p.m. More information​

Jan. 23 and 24 | Little Shop of Horrors Auditions

7:00–9:00 p.m., Austin Arts Center, Rm 112. Directed by Nina Pinchin, music direction by Kevin Scott. Sign up outside of Austin Arts Center, Rm 228. Please prepare one excerpt from the audition packet. Anyone is welcome to sing any part. Packets are located on the shelf across from the sign up sheet. Little Shop of Horrors is a horror comedy rocky musical with music by Alan Menken and lyrics and book by Howard Ashman. The story follows a hapless floral shop worker who raises a plant that feeds on human blood and flesh.​ 

Jan. 24 | James Nash ’19 Theater and Dance Senior Thesis
6:00 p.m., Crescent Center for Arts and Neuroscience, Media and Performance Studio​ ​

Jan. 25 | Paper Cut
7:30 p.m., Austin Arts Center, Goodwin Theater. Created and Performed by Yael Rasooly. A solo show that fuses object theater technics with live singing and acting.  Paper Cut has won several international awards and has been performed over 300 times in 25 coun​tries and 100 festivals.

Jan. 28 | Workshop: Engaging the Whole Reader: “Active Latin” as a Bridge Between Student and Text

What does it take to become a reader of a language? What does it take to become a reader of Latin in particular, and how can we create environments and tasks that help learners become comfortable, skilled, joyful Latin readers? Join Justin Slocum Bailey​ to consider these questions and to experience an array of research-informed, classroom-tested pedagogical techniques and tasks that build toward Latin literacy from day one of instruction. Email for more information.

Jan. 28 | Data Privacy Day

Data Privacy Day was created to increase awareness and focus on the protection of private information. Visit the following sites to learn more about how to protect your information: Stay Safe Online, Federal Trade Commission Consumer Information, and Electronic Frontier Foundation​.

Jan. 28 | Deadline to Apply for Technos Japan Tour

Trinity faculty with full-time appointments on a continuing basis, who have a genuine interest in Japan, but are not Japan specialists, and who have had little or no previous exposure to Japan, are eligible to apply.More information​

Jan. 29 | Doubles with Slight Pepper

Common Hour in the Dangremond Family Commons. The Center for Caribbean Studies presents a screening of the short film Doubles With Slight Pepper followed by a discussion with the filmmaker, Visiting Assistant Professor of Film Studies Ian Harnarine. All are welcome, and a light lunch will be served.​ More inf​ormation​

Jan. 29 | Global Citizenship Through Engineering and Social Enterprise

Common hour at The Center for Urban and Global Studies, 70 Vernon Street. Saroj Bhandari, President and Founder of Impact Travel and Transportation Engineer at the Connecticut Department of Transportation, will give a talk about how he used his engineering background to build a school in Ramche, Nepal in the wake of the 2015 earthquake. Pizza will be served.​ More inf​ormation​



Mather Dining Hall
Winter Break Dining Hours
  • January 2–January 20: 11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.; 5:30 p.m.–7:00 p.m.
  • Normal dining hours resume January 21
Cave and Bistro
Winter Break Dining Hours
  • Closed, will reopen January 21 at 11:00 a.m.
Winter Break Dining Hours
  • Closed, will reopen January 21 at 11:30 a.m.


Pool in Ferris Athletic Center
Open Swim Hours
January 22–March 1
  • Monday–Friday, 10:30 a.m.–2:10 p.m.
  • Closed during Trinity Days (February 21–22)
March 4–May 3
  • Monday–Friday, 10:30 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Finals Week (May 2019)
  • Limited hours; schedule TBD



Jan. 24 | Dance Company Auditions

Jan. 30 | Deadline for Proposals for the Davis Projects for Peace 2019