Ballet 5:8, a local non-profit dance education organization, has opened a satellite studio at the College that offers ballet classes on Tuesday evenings.
Jonathan Chase visited campus to discuss how children with autism, their parents, friends, and communities can benefit from his first-hand experiences and understanding of how autistic people can grow to maximum independence.
This year’s concert will feature the musical talents of Trinity’s Jazz Ensemble—a group of student instrumentalists—and the Kevin Brown Quartet—a professional jazz band from the Chicago area.
The new organization launched its first event, a discussion entitled “Does Animal Testing Further the Kingdom of God?” on Sept. 12.
Trinity commemorated Constitution Day with student readings from American founding documents and important speeches.
Every students in the cohort passed the exam the first time taking it, and will now have the LBS II: Behavior Intervention Specialist endorsement added to their teaching license.
This time of fun and creativity begins Friday evening, from 6 pm to 10 pm. It picks up again on Saturday for an all-day event from 9 am to 9 pm.
On Sept. 21-22, Trinity’s theatre-makers will work together to create brand new plays—from writing to rehearsal to performance—in the span of 24 hours.
The Trinity Honors Research Team spent two weeks in Pignon, Haiti, last May, as part of a partnership with Many Hands for Haiti (MH4H) and Ozinga, Inc.