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  • This History Lesson Went Too Far

    Active participation in an unpleasant event can be an effective way to learn. Some youth church groups, for example, conduct a voluntary exercise called the 30 Hour Famine. By going hungry for a time, they learn more viscerally about hunger than they...
  • 'The Grand Parade' Comes to Trinity College Oct. 3-5

    'The Grand Parade' Comes to Trinity College Oct. 3-5
    The maverick, ever-imaginative Double Edge Theatre Company has its home base on a farm in Ashfield, Massachusetts. There, it feeds and houses an ensemble of theater folk, holds classes, and stages popular summer productions in which the drama often spills...
  • Rowing Regatta Highlights Hartford's Riverfront

    While cars inch and honk along I-84 in Hartford during the a.m. and p.m. hours, a different type of traffic hums beneath the Bulkeley Bridge. Only this kind is far more pleasant. For the past several weeks, hundreds of athletes from the Hartford area,...
  • Adamski Named Trinity Baseball Coach

    Trinity has announced the hiring of Bryan Adamski as its new baseball coach. He takes over for Mark Lambert, a nine-year member of the Bantams staff and the interim head coach in 2013. After the 2012 season, Bill Decker left to take the Harvard job. The...
  • Push On To Curb Wild Fraternities

    Incidents at two Connecticut colleges — and others — show that institutions of higher learning must do more to curb the negative behavior typically associated with fraternity membership. •A former Wesleyan University student who says...
  • Where the Rubber Meets the Road

    A reader, J.P. of East Hampton, broached an interesting subject recently. Contemplating tire wear and noting that there are about one billion tires in use on the roads of this country, he asked some simple questions. “Where does all the worn...
  • And You Thought Your School Rules Were Strict

    And You Thought Your School Rules Were Strict
    Whaddya mean, I'm not allowed to attend parties? That was one of the rules enforced by Griffin Female College in Atlanta in 1856. The rules sheet is part of a historical exhibit called “Toe the Line: School Rules in 19th-Century America”...
  • 6/14/2013-What's In A School Name?

    6/14/2013-What's In A School Name?
    I wish they'd just name Hartford's schools after former presidents, or former superintendents, school board members, mayors, senators, governors, or other notables. The way they're naming most of them now is pretentious, impossible to remember, over-...
  • Richard Tuttle To Speak At Trinity

    Richard Tuttle To Speak At Trinity
    Artist Richard Tuttle (Trinity College class of 1963) is coming back to his alma mater for his 50-year reunion. As long as he’s on campus, he will give a presentation about his sculptures and prints on Friday, June 7, from 4 to 5 p.m. at Cinestudio,...
  • Television Pioneer CPTV Turns 50

    Half a century ago, Connecticut Public Television wasn't the award-winning TV producer and presenter it is today. It wasn't even "Public Television." It was Connecticut Educational Television. Located in the basement of Trinity College's library, Channel...
  • The 26th Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival Begins This Weekend at Various Locations Around Hartford

    The 26th Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival Begins This Weekend at Various Locations Around Hartford
    For its 26th spin around the projector, the Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival spreads out among some of the area's best movie-viewing locations, including Trinity College's Cinestudio (the site of most of the screenings), Real Art Ways, Spotlight...
  • College Degree The Fruit Of Hard Work — And Much Assistance

    Success is often characterized in a way that celebrates individual achievement, perseverance and personal triumph. Although it is true that it is my name is on my new college diploma, there is simply no way I would have made it to this day without a broad...