| Jun 3, 2011
| 12:56 PM
Pics shot by sports photographer Dick Druckman (Trinity Class of 1961) have appeared in Sports Illustrated, USA Today and a number of other well-read publications. Druckman has returned to campus many times over the years, managing to capture the...
| Oct 24, 2010
Lifeguard Sam Allison poked and pinched. He shouted at the man whose 238-pound body was wedged between a treadmill and elliptical machine in the fitness room at Cornerstone Aquatics Center.
The man's face was tinged blue, and the lone signs of life...
| May 25, 2012
| 5:58 AM
For a third straight year, DJ Chris Cowles will be on the airwaves, playing seven straight hours of some of the best music ever recorded.
Cowles’ show, which he co-hosts with fellow radio personality Tom Shaker, is called the “Soulsville...
| May 30, 2012
| 7:00 AM
25th Connecticut Gay and Lesbian Film Festival
June 1-9 at Cinestudio, Trinity College, Hartford
Opening June 1st, for LGBT Pride Month, and programmed by a group of approximately 15 volunteers, the Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival offers...
| Jun 17, 2012
| 9:56 AM
CROMWELL — The first PGA Tour stop in Connecticut was 60 years ago with the Insurance City Open at Wethersfield Country Club.
Now called the Travelers Championship, it has gone through some name and sponsor changes through the years.
| Nov 21, 2011
| 10:00 AM
With so many options for viewing movies these days, what's the point of going to the cinema? To get scared shitless with other people, for one. This week, head to Trinity College's Cinestudio for Contagion, a Matt Damon/Steven Soderbergh thriller about...
| Dec 12, 2011
| 2:20 PM
The annual showing of Ron Fricke and Mark Magidson's trippy 1992 film Baraka in glorious 70mm has become a Cinestudio tradition, complete with a pot luck supper before the film. Bring the family (recommended for kids over 10), some friends and some grub...
| Jan 23, 2012
| 1:00 PM
St. Paul, Minnesota's Rose Ensemble (pictured) brings four centuries of Arab-Andalusian dances, Sephardic laments, Spanish villancicos, Hebrew chants and Galician spiritual cantigas to the grounds of Trinity College. For those who think old music is...
| Jan 31, 2012
| 6:00 AM
Michelle Gilbert, an anthropologist and a visiting associate professor in the Fine Arts Department at Trinity, shares her collection of Ghanaian movie posters, including "Evil Thing" (pictured), which were painted on canvas by various artists beginning in...
| Jan 31, 2012
| 10:39 AM
Here in the Western world, composers tend to write stuff down. It's how you feel confident your brilliant musical ideas will stay true to your original conception after you're dead and buried. Or if somebody programs one of your pieces in Oshkosh and...
| Jan 3, 2012
| 6:33 AM
One of the finest remaining copies of the extraordinarily rare and enormously valuable "Birds of America" books of avian art by John James Audubon is now showcased for public viewing in the Watkinson Library at Trinity College.
As befits a book that in...
| Feb 16, 2012
| 5:11 PM
The former CEO of toy-giant Hasbro Inc. says he never signed the 2009 annual report for a prominent nonprofit group that runs scholar-athlete programs for teenagers throughout the world, despite the fact that his signature is on the document.