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The 1869 Scholars Program pairs alumni with students to help them develop essential professional skills for their future careers and college studies. It is currently funded through the Network for Vocation in Undergraduate Education grant (NetVUE) from the Council for Independent Colleges. It will run through May 2019, when the grant expires.  The program was kicked off in the summer of 2016 with a trial group and was followed by a pilot program in Spring 2017. Trinity...

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In the wake of certain shifts in the business department, some students have been concerned that the administration is neglecting or cutting the budget of the school, and the ramifications that could occur as a result. Some fear that new projects in the department, like the business analytics and technology major, would be stunted in their development. The nationally ranked business school has lost a slew of professors in recent years, including the former dean...

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As interest in an architecture program increases, several Trinity students and faculty are in the early stages of planning a potential major for the discipline. The idea for this new program stemmed from the interest that was given to architecture-related courses in the art and art history department. Cole Murray, a senior urban studies and political science double major, is one of the students who has been involved heavily in this initiative. “I’ve been talking...