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Monthly Archives: March 2011

Trinity Hosts United Way National Education Town Hall

March 31, 2011 - Trinity freshman Anastasia Broadus of Hagerstown, Maryland, welcomed more than 200 educators and nonprofit and business leaders gathered on Trinity’s campus for the United Way National Education Town Hall today.  Broadus told the audience that “I love being a Trinity student because my professors are committed to my education, because I am respected as an individual, and because everyone here is invested in my academic success.”  She then introduced CNN’s Soledad O’Brien, who moderated the event.  In addition to Broadus, 15 Trinity students and four faculty members participated in the program, which was streamed live on the web. Watch the welcome … Continue reading
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Anastasia Broadus Welcomes Participants to United Way Education Town Hall

March 31, 2011 - Trinity freshman Anastasia Broadus of Hagerstown, Maryland, welcomed more than 200 educators and nonprofit and business leaders gathered on Trinity’s campus for the United Way National Education Town Hall today.  Here are her remarks; watch her welcome and the entire Town Hall program. “I am pleased to welcome you to Trinity Washington University for the United Way Education Town Hall. My name is Anastasia Broadus and I am a freshman at Trinity from Hagerstown, Maryland.  I came here for my college education because for more than 110 years, Trinity has been educating women leaders.  I am proud to follow in the … Continue reading
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Trinity Hosts Capital Area Association for Peace Studies Student Conference on March 26

March 3, 2011 - Trinity Washington University will host the 24th annual Capital Area Association for Peace Studies Student Conference on Saturday, March 26.  The theme this year is “Peace and Justice for Our Planet.”  College students from the Washington area will present academic papers, make more informal presentations at roundtables and lead experiential or practical workshops. Students are encouraged to present their best intellectual, academic, artistic or activist work on peace, justice, social change and the survival of the planet.  All college students in the Washington region interested in peace studies are welcome to attend the free conference, which runs from 9:30 am to … Continue reading
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