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Archives: News Stories

Sep
25

Undocumented Students Reflect on the Role of Faith in their Activism

At the Undocumented and Unafraid panel, students shared compelling stories and reflected on how their faith fuels their activism.

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Sep
19

Undocumented and Unafraid

Student Activism in the Era of Deportation. Join us for this timely and important panel discussion with students from Trinity, Catholic and Georgetown universities. Tuesday, Sept. 24, 10:30 am.

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Sep
16

Sign Up for New Text Alerts

Fall is here, winter is coming! Be sure you get Trinity’s emergency/weather alerts right away! Sign up for the new text alerts system: On your cell phone, text trinitydcalerts to 555888 – then read more about Trinity’s emergency/weather communications.

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Sep
13

Cap and Gown Photos

Members of the senior class of 2020 celebrated as they wore their caps and gowns for the first time at Cap and Gown Convocation. View the photos. 

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Sep
12

Trinity @ Dunbar HS Celebration Honoring Cong. Norton

September 13 event and college fair will kick-off a year long celebration, honoring Cong. Norton’s 65th anniversary of her graduation from Paul Laurence Dunbar.

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Sep
05

President McGuire, Trinity Featured on WAMU

“The Evolving Legacy Of A Women’s College: Trinity’s Pat McGuire” highlights Trinity’s commitment to making higher education accessible and President McGuire’s dynamic leadership of Trinity.

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Aug
30

First Year Convocation August 2019

Meet the Class of 2023! Watch the video highlights as Trinity’s newest students sign the Honor Code and hear from President McGuire.

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Aug
30

Great American Road Trip

Dr. Allen Pietrobon, assist. professor of global affairs, interviewed by the Atlantic’s CityLab about what this American literary tradition says (and misses) about America.

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