Our community survey indicated many different concerns with online stress, personal finances and health topping the list.
We might be apart physically but we are together in spirit and commitment to continuing to teach, learn and serve.
Trinity and Children’s National Hospital are partners in solidarity to provide a vital service for children during the coronavirus crisis.
Trinity students raised many good issues in a survey about the coronavirus emergency.
Coronavirus disruption is global. Mutual support and cooperation are essential to conquer this threat.
Wash your hands frequently. Use tissues when sneezing or coughing. Stay home if you are sick or have been exposed to coronavirus. Working together, we will protect the Trinity community! We are prepared.
Leadership in a time of public health crisis demands setting aside politics.
The president’s speech fostered fragmentation, not unity. Perhaps it’s time to end the theatrics that have come to characterize the State of the Union moment.
Sr. Margaret Claydon, SND, was the true exemplar of Trinity’s values in faith, intellectual excellence and service to our world.
Sister Margaret Claydon exemplified Trinity’s values in women’s leadership, intellectual excellence, integrity and faith.