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  • Trinity Should Bring Back Urban Studies Major

    Christine C. Quinn, New York City's city council speaker and a leading contender to replace Mayor Michael Bloomberg in 2013, was well prepared for her life's work. She graduated from Trinity College in Hartford in 1988 with a degree in urban studies and...
  • Ice Age: Werner Herzog's new documentary about a year in the lives of Siberian fur trappers

    Happy People: A Year in the Taiga Opens Sunday, March 17 , through March 23, at the Cinestudio in Hartford, at Trinity College, cinestudio.org Members of PETA might not want to watch Happy People: A Year in the Taiga, the new documentary by Dmitry...
  • A Small Press, Specializing in New Fiction, Blooms in West Hartford

    A Small Press, Specializing in New Fiction, Blooms in West Hartford
    Dan Pope had every intention of becoming a lawyer. The West Hartford native graduated law school, passed the bar and began practicing the trade. There was only one problem: he always knew, deep inside, he was a writer. Not just a weekend hobbyist but a...
  • Kee Borges Named Hartford COO

    Saundra Kee Borges, the city's corporation counsel, has been named chief operating officer. Kee Borges, 53, replaces David Panagore, who announced he would resign the post in August and left in mid-September. She had been serving as interim chief...
  • Trinity Women's Soccer Team Sets Team Record, Advances To NESCAC Semifinals

    The Trinity women’s soccer team (12-3) set a program record for victories in a season, and won a NESCAC tournament game for the first time, with a 2-1 quarterfinal victory Saturday over Amherst. The fourth-seeded Bantams will play No. 2 Williams, at...
  • Trinity College Hosts Its Faculty Dance Concert

    Trinity College Hosts Its Faculty Dance Concert
    The annual Trinity College Faculty Dance Concert features works by Trinity College professor Judy Dworin, performed by faculty and students and curated by Lesley Farlow. Visiting lecturers include Lorelei Chang, Rachna Agrawal (pictured), and Adrian...
  • Under the Stars: Glorious Music Everywhere

    If you haven't been to an outdoor music event in Connecticut so far this summer, you have no one to blame but yourself. They are everywhere; they are varied to suit nearly every taste, and there's hardly anything more pleasant than music alfresco on a...
  • Courant's Tom Condon Honored With National Award

    Courant journalist Tom Condon has been named the winner of a national award for his writing about cities. Condon, a columnist and deputy editorial page editor, is the 2013 winner of the AEJMC Gene Burd Urban Journalism Award, given annually to recognize...
  • Tighten Rules, End Sweetheart State Hiring

    Courant readers have been paying close attention to my colleague Jon Lender's stories on state government officials hiring relatives for summer jobs in their departments. It's a dispiriting enough tale to have caught the attention of Gov. Dannel P....
  • Courant's Sunday Pages Honored With National Award

    The Hartford Courant will be honored in October with a national award for its six-page Sunday Opinion section. The Association of Opinion Journalists, a nonprofit group of media professionals founded in 1947 as The National Conference of Editorial...
  • We're Just One Step Ahead Of The Robots

    We're Just One Step Ahead Of The Robots
    This Labor Day piece was not written by a robot. But it won't be long before it is. In the early 1880s, unions led by machinist Matthew Maguire held a labor day event to honor the "workingman." The idea caught on as many cities and states began...