Room of One’s Own” lecture postponedThis evening's "Room of One's Own" lecture has been postponed. Please join us again on Wednesday, March 25th at 4:30 p.m. in Rose Parlor. Feel free to send Dr. Nelly Lambert a note or call (ext. 9279) with questions about the series.
CAS Public Speaking ContestThe Communication Program will sponsor a public speaking contest on April 8 at 5:00 p.m. in the Rose Parlor. The contest is open to all CAS students. The theme of this year's contest is "Articulating Alternative Futures." More...
At a time of dramatic local, national and international changes the Communication Faculty want to encourage students to see old problems in new ways and articulate new visions for the future. The Communication Faculty encourages CAS students to present speeches that inform listeners about the world around them as well as persuade them to build a better future. Public Speaking Contest: Dates & Guidelines:
Pre-Law Program Interest Meeting: CancelledToday's Pre-Law Program interest meeting has been cancelled due to the inclement weather. In the coming week, interested students should watch for an e-mail detailing the rescheduled day and time of the first meeting.
Save the Date: Peace Corps on CampusInterested in living abroad? Passionate about international development? Looking for a challenge after graduation? On Tuesday, March 17, Keely Hayes, a recruiter for the Peace Corps, will be on campus to talk about this exciting organization at 3:30-4:30 pm: Presentation and Q&A in Social Hall. Whether you're a freshman, a senior, or a graduate student, stop by to learn about this opportunity! More...
What is the Peace Corps?
The Peace Corps is a US government agency that send volunteers to more than 70 countries in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Central America and Mexico, South America, Europe, the Pacific Islands, and the Middle East. Volunteers work in a variety of areas, including Education, Health, Business and Information & Communication, Technology, and Youth and Community Development. Volunteers usually commit to spending two years abroad, and receive a living allowance, language and cultural training, and a stipend upon their return. There are also many other advantages and benefits that come with being aPeace Corps volunteer. For more information, check out the Peace Corps Catalog, or come to the information sessions mentioned above!Less...
Parents Support GroupNew This Semester: Guest Speakers!! Trying to balance parenting, School, daycare, work, relationships, etc.? Want to meet other parents like you? Come to the Parents Support Group on Mondays 12-12:45 PM in the Health & Wellness Center 4th Floor Main. If any questions please Call Anne at 202-884-9612.
New date for Rabbi Starr’s Talk
Dear students, faculty, administrators and staff, Rabbi Sonya Starr's talk on "A Jewish Perspective on Social Justice," sponsored by the Billiart Center, is re-scheduled for Thursday, March 12th, from 10:30 to 11:45 in Social Hall. All are welcome to attend.
Lecture series and discussion about writing and imaginationTrinity students, You are warmly invited and encouraged to attend a wonderful, free lecture series about finding the space, freedom, peace of mind, and time to write. In this series, speakers and audience members will ask questions about why it is important to find that special place for reading and writing––even if that space is no further away than our own imaginations. All events will begin at 4:30 pm and end at 5:45 pm in the Rose Parlor. Room of One’s Own: A Lecture Series at Trinity Washington University Spring 2015... More...
How will I find a quiet place to study? How will I juggle work and family obligations, and still find the time to write? The spring 2015 “Room of One’s Own” lecture series takes its cue from Virginia Woolf’s essay by the same title, which was first given at Cambridge University in 1929. Like Woolf, invited faculty speakers will tell their own stories, share insights about the writing process, and reflect on questions about intellectual freedom for women. Thursday, February 26th, 4:30-5:45 p.m., Rose Parlor
Free Office 365 for you!FREE Microsoft Office 365 special offer for Trinity students, faculty and staff. The industry standard in productivity software is now yours free through Trinity Washington University. Have you signed up yet? It's easy to do! Just visit http://www.trinitydc.edu/get365 and sign up right now to download Office 365 at no charge! Through our campus agreement with Microsoft, we are pleased to extend this benefit (a $79.99 value) to all current students, faculty and staff. As a member of Trinity, you have access to full versions of the latest Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Publisher and Access on up to 5 PCs or Macs, and Office apps on other mobile devices including tablets such as iPads. But wait, there’s more! 1TB of online storage!
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