Sports management minor celebrates 10 years, one year late

Sports management minor celebrates 10 years, one year late

A look at the sports management minor and its impact 11 years after the program was founded
Caleb Reed, Sports Reporter October 28, 2021

Sports Management is a minor that many people might not have heard of. It is certainly not the first thing students think about when they are applying to Trinity. If you ask a lot of alumni whether they...

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No teams cut despite COVID-19 budget restraints

Alejandra Gerlach August 27, 2020

Photo by Kate Nuelle Across the country, universities, including Stanford University and a number of Division III schools like Earlham College and the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, have announced...

Course takes students across the pond

Course takes students across the pond

Alejandra Gerlach January 30, 2020

Photo provided by Jacob TingleAs most Trinity students woke up Dec. 26 looking forward to the new year, 18 students were busy boarding planes to London to get a jump-start on the spring semester through...

Participants reflect on 1869 Scholars mentorship program

Participants reflect on 1869 Scholars mentorship program

Maria Zaharatos April 4, 2019

Illustration by Genevieve Humphreys"While you're at college, the most important thing you can do outside of the classroom is to start building your personal panel of advisers, and your mentor can be one...

Then-sophomore Amanda Beekes (left) hugs then-first-year and new Spur member Jacki Bruce (right) on Bid Day in 2010 Photo credit: File Photo

Old traditions will meet new Greeks at Trinity’s annual Bid Day

Noelle Barrera February 7, 2019

File photoWhat do surprises, secrecy, hundreds of color-coded young adults and Miller Fountain have in common? This Friday is the annual Bid Day, where Trinity's fraternities and sororities finally accept...

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Trinity kicks off 150th anniversary with service and celebration

Kaylie King February 6, 2019

Photo by Genevieve HumphreysStudents, faculty, staff and alumni flocked to campus on Friday, Feb. 1, for the 150th day of service and kickoff event. But that was just the beginning of what’s in store...

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A very special sesquicentennial: Celebrating Trinity’s 150th

Noelle Barrera April 14, 2018

The university has formed a committee to oversee and plan a yearlong celebration of Trinity's 150th anniversary. Angela Breidenstein, professor of education, co-chairs the 150th Anniversary Steering Committee...

David Spindel, Jacob K. Tingle, and Hailey Wilson pose and smile while sitting at Loftus Street, the home stadium of the Queens Park Rangers. photo provided by Jacob K. Tingle

Sport in London: Unbelievable

Jacob Tingle January 28, 2018

Over the winter break I spent two weeks in London, during which I attended three football matches and a play in Piccadilly Circus; I also took Blue Badge Tours of Westminster Abbey, Queen Elizabeth Olympic...

The Sport in London program travelled abroad for two weeks. photo provided by Hailey Wilson, sports reporter

Across the Pond and Back

Hailey Wilson January 17, 2018

Over Christmas break, I had the opportunity to join 15 other Tigers and two faculty members on a two-week study abroad program to London, England. Leading up to the trip, I really didn't know what to expect....

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Students prepare for Sport in London

Saul Malek November 30, 2017

For Trinity students in search of a change in culture, Jacob Tingle, professor of sports management, offers a study abroad course called Sport in London. In the spring semester, students are taken to London...

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