Remembering Sr. Seton Cunneen ’65 SNDdeN
Best friend, generous spirit, wise counselor, incredible human being… Sr. Seton brightened so many lives of classmates, colleagues and students across the decades.
Remembering Sr. Maura Prendergast, SNDdeN
Sr. Maura was beloved by generations of Trinity students for her joy in teaching, and by colleagues and sisters for her generous spirit. And delicious cooking!
Hearts as Wide as the World
Remembering the Sisters of Notre Dame whose influence challenges all of us to take their mission forward to the world.
Voices of Trinity: Winter 2021 Graduates Share Their Stories
Congratulations to all winter graduates; Trinity celebrates your achievements with virtual graduation ceremonies this week! As always, Trinity graduates have powerful stories of persistence, fortitude and triumph.
Who We Really Are
“Who We Are” cannot be defined by ideological extremes, but we must acknowledge the fact that extremists are part of who we are as a nation.
November 3: The Day the Revolution Began!
120 years ago, on November 3, 1900, the pioneer women in the Class of 1904 arrived on Trinity’s campus.
2020 Election: What’s At Stake For Trinity Students
Lifting up racial justice, restoring DACA, improving Pell grants and enlarging healthcare support are among the top issues for Trinity students in this election.
October Community Survey: Election Edition and More!
Your opinion counts! Read the results of our Trinity Community October 2020 survey — the election, the pandemic, how it’s going in Fall 2020 and more!
Demand a Peaceful Transition of Power
The peaceful transition of presidential power is the bedrock of our system of government. We must demand respect for this most fundamental element of our democracy.
Understanding Trinity’s Budget
We’ll be discussing Trinity’s Fiscal 2021 budget in our Campus Conversations this week, so here’s some information to help inform our community!