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Women

Voices of Trinity: Emily P. Miller

- Trinity SPS Student Emily P. Miller is a great example of triumph over life circumstances. Her story will inspire others to persist!
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Welcome, Alumnae!

- Reunion Weekend is a great time to renew friendships, remember wonderful times, and catch up with alma mater. Congrats to the Class of 1963!
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Phenomenal Girl Scout Scholars!

- Girl Scouts are phenomenal women!
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Amazing Founders Week!

- Great celebrations, honors and awards, and solemn tributes to Trinity's Founders!
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Steubenville and Women’s History

- The Steubenville rape verdict is a stark reminder of the dark side of Women's History. The revolution is far from over...
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Malala Goes Home

- Malala Yousafzai is a symbol of the ongoing struggle for gender equity in education.
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Remembering Trinity’s Philosopher Queen: Sr. Helen James John, SND

- Sr. Helen James John, SND, Class of 1951, introduced generations of Trinity students to the "habit of philosophizing." Her intellectual prowess and strong commitment to social justice and feminist principles galvanized students here and colleagues around the country.
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Giving Thanks

- Giving thanks is the best, happiest, most productive thing we can do each day. Thank you to everyone who sustains our great work at Trinity!
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Dorothy Shields ’57: Trinity Woman Extraordinaire

- Dorothy Shields was a champion of social justice and equal rights. As a Trinity Trustee she provided clear and tireless guidance to the changing institution in the 1990s.
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Women’s Education: Don’t Take It for Granted!

- Women are banned from the study of 77 disciplines in Iran on the theory that "Some fields are not very suitable for women's nature." Shades of 1897! Women cannot take education or freedom for granted.
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Patricia A. McGuire, President, Trinity, 125 Michigan Ave. NE, Washington, DC 20017
Phone: 202.884.9050   Email: president@trinitydc.edu


Patricia A. McGuire, President, Trinity, 125 Michigan Ave. NE, Washington, DC 20017
Phone: 202.884.9050   Email: president@trinitydc.edu