Washington Bishop Emilio Menjivar reminds us that, “The Book of Exodus tells us very explicitly that we must show special concern and compassion to those who are the most vulnerable in our society and who are at risk of being treated unjustly.”
With major partnerships and the support of many benefactors, Trinity continues to enlarge its historic mission of access to a great college education to welcome new generations of students of color who realize much success with a Trinity education.
Constitution Day 2023 (today, September 17) dawns with that grand document on the American experiment in self-governance under increasing stress. A document crafted by a few privileged white men 234 years ago, amended just 27 times over the years (with the first 10 of those amendments, the Bill of Rights, coming immediately after ratification in...
New students in the College of Arts and Sciences are immensely talented and dedicated to learning to serve and to lead in their families and communities. Welcome!
Trinity’s new partnership with Borough of Manhattan Community College exemplifies how colleges and universities can support national goals to continue to expand equal opportunity in higher education for all students.
Keeping the Adirondacks green is the whole point of New York’s “Forever Wild” legislation that is one of our nation’s best examples of long-term environmental stewardship.
The destruction of climate change is not just an inconvenience, it is a real threat to the planet and human civilization.