While Trinity College's Boardman Hall of Natural History has been gone fifty years, portions of the world-class collection once housed there continue to be used in the education of students. Professor Daniel Blackburn wants to ensure that continues.
See an early illustration of witches flying through the air at the Watkinson Witching Hour on Halloween. Librarians invite the community to celebrate the holiday by glimpsing the evolution of ideas about witches and other scary characters within the collection.
Bicentennial Fall Weekend attracted hundreds of alumni and family members to campus October 13 to 15 to celebrate with former classmates and current students. The weekend kicked off with sold-out performances of a madcap music, dance, and circus show, followed by a full slate of athletics matches waged by the fall teams.
A multi-generational cast of Trinity College students and faculty, local high school students, and professional artists will perform on October 13 and 14, in celebration of Trinity’s 200th anniversary.
Since a long-ago alumnus first proclaimed Trinity's mascot, the Bantam has appeared in many forms. Awards, pins, posters, toys, T-shirts, and art have depicted the barnyard bird. But, by far the crowd favorite is the costumed mascot that attends campus events such as the upcoming Bicentennial Fall Weekend.
Jenny Wu, visiting assistant professor of fine arts at Trinity College, will display her abstract sculptural paintings at the Widener Gallery in the Austin Arts Center from September 25 through October 23.