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.
The Supreme Court decision in the Harvard/UNC affirmative action cases is a setback for 70 years of progress toward racial justice in education.
The Supreme Court opens a new term with the first African American woman on the high bench. Cheers for Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson!
What does the Trinity community think about the right to privacy and the Dobbs case? Preliminary survey results for Constitution Day.
A truly good society respects and protects the dignity and worth of all human life, at all life stages.
We must do more, far more, than “thoughts and prayers” — our education demands that we ACT for racial and social justice in this nation.
Congratulations to new Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson! History made today!
Soon she will be Justice Jackson, but the rancid politics of the Senate remain shameful and unworthy of our nation.
Catholic teachings are deeply entwined across all parties in the current political scene.
She inspired generations of women in the law to keep making progress in eradicating barriers; we must continue her work.