Trinity Olympians, past and present

Upon the arrival of the Olympic year, Trinity News takes a look at two of Trinity’s own Olympians, past and present.


In the dusty vaults of Trinity’s history, alumni are noted for their Nobel awards, their wealth of literature and politics, less so, for their sport. Although the paths of academia and sport rarely cross, Trinity has produced some fine athletes


The Special Olympics: progressive or regressive?

While persons with an intellectual disability may require support from members of the public, extending this obligation too forcefully can be debilitating.

FEATURES“The world will never be the same again.” This remark was made by the Chicago politician, Richard Daley, at the opening of the first Special Olympics World Summer Games in 1968. Few could claim that Daley’s prediction has not at