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Patricia A. McGuire, President, Trinity Washington University
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Patricia A. McGuire, President, Trinity Washington University
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Nov
17
2022

Thank You, Speaker Pelosi!

Trinity sends fondest congratulations and gratitude to Speaker Pelosi!

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Oct
31
2022

Letter from Speaker Nancy Pelosi ’62

Even as she dealt with a horrific act of violence against her husband, Speaker Pelosi remembered her alma mater.

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Oct
25
2022

Message from the SND Congregational Leadership Team

Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur Congregational Leadership Team sends congratulations on the occasion of Trinity’s 125th Anniversary.

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Oct
24
2022

Heresy or Legacy? SNDs at the Founding of Trinity

A hot one-day round-trip by train to Atlantic City in 1897 did not daunt the SNDs in their quest to establish Trinity.

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Sep
18
2022

Iconic Women Leaders and Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth would disdain the label “feminist” but she ruled with purpose and dignity.

By mcguirep | Women . Women's Leadership
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Aug
20
2022

August 20, 1897: Spark for a Revolution!

Courageous women launched a revolution in women’s education in a time when some called it a heresy.

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Aug
14
2022

Imagine Our Founders

We celebrate Trinity’s history not for nostalgia but for the lessons our founding can teach us about the pathway to our future.

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Aug
07
2022

Free All the Brittneys

When we see Brittany Griner in Russian prison, let’s look in the mirror.

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Jun
24
2022

Protecting All Human Life

A truly good society respects and protects the dignity and worth of all human life, at all life stages.

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May
27
2022

White Supremacy, Gun Violence, and the Obligations of Education

We must do more, far more, than “thoughts and prayers” — our education demands that we ACT for racial and social justice in this nation.

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